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Friday, July 24, 2020

The Salem Horror Fest is Going Virtual This Halloween Season and They Want Your Movies and Panels

Like most film festivals that were supposed to take place this year, the annual Salem Horror Fest in Salem, Massachusetts is being forced to come up with a whole new strategy in a relatively short period of time, and the decision has been made to take the fest online this year. In October 2020, the experience will be virtual but the fear will be as real as ever.

The festival’s organizers are currently accepting pitches for program ideas – panels, lectures, podcasts, you name it – and submissions for their digital film festival this year.

“Our goal is to make this the first streaming experience that directly involves the horror community,” festival director K. Lynch told me this week.

The official website, meanwhile, explains in more detail: “While Salem is unsafe and Hollywood is on hold, we are determined to keep the spirit alive by creating a unique festival experience that is 100% focused on the community by elevating as many voices as we possibly can. This your chance to pitch an article, podcast, panel, film, lecture, evil mastermind plan – whatever! This year’s program will be crowdsourced to deliver the ultimate horror fan experience. Did we mention all participants will be paid? Show us what ya got.”

Head over to SalemHorror.com to pitch away!

This year’s art (seen above & below) was created by David Dembowski.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/news/3624793/salem-horror-fest-going-virtual-halloween-season-want-movies-panels/

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