Call For Entries to the
RHODE ISLAND INTERNATIONAL
FILM FESTIVAL - 16th Edition
October 19-24, 2015
• Next Edition: October 2015 • Deadline: August 15, 2015 • Extended Deadline: September
(Note that this year marks the transition and renaming of the Horror Festival into the VORTEX Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Horror Film Festival)
Easy Advancement Payment Option: Simply pay in advance through PayPal, print out your receipt and attach to your hard copy application.
The New England region's premiere and largest Horror Film Fest takes
place throughout historic Rhode Island at the spooktacular
Bell Street Chapel Theatre, The Vets and other haunted venues, screening thrillers and titles that
fit the horror genre. A side-bar of the acclaimed FLICKERS: Rhode
Island International Film Festival, the Fest accepts
shorts, features & videos produced after January 2013.
Categories include horror, thrillers, documentary, etc.
Filmmakers may enter their films either in/out of competition.
All films will be eligible for Fest Favorites awards.
Awards: Feature, Animation, & Short Awards.
• Blu-Ray & DVD.
• Preview on DVD or secure Vimeo Screener
$45: shorts/features. (Add $10 for late entries after August 15th, 2015.)
RIIFF 2015 Application Form
If you have problems downloading or accessing any of this information and would like a hard copy of our Guidelines
for Submission and an entry form please call, write,
FLICKERS: Rhode Island International
HORROR FILM FESTIVAL
P.O. Box 162
Newport, Rhode Island 02840 (United States)
Street Mailing Address:3 6 Rhode Island Avenue, Newport, RI 02840
Office: The Vets, 83 Park Street Suite 1, Providence, RI 02903
Tel/Fax: (401) 861-4445 / 490-6735
Early submissions encouraged.
RIIFF forms require Acrobat Reader.
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if you do not have Acrobat installed
This event is sponsored by
Flickers, the Rhode Island International Film Festival, Amtrak, Hobgoblin Ale, RISCA, Cox on Demand, The Rhode Island Film & Television Office, The Harrington School of Communication and Media at the University
of Rhode Island, The URI College of Arts & Sciences,
The Film Media Program, and the URI Feinstein College
of Continuing Education, Roger Williams University and the RWU Film Production Club.