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NOLA HORROR FILM FEST is a horror film festival created by horror filmmakers for horror fans. As film auteurs ourselves, we appreciate the blood, sweat & tears that go into making movies. We also understand that the fans are ready for something different!

It’s no small wonder & no great surprise that so many of today’s top directors got their start in “low budget horror”. With determination & imagination, these artists have created some truly memorable work that has encouraged & inspired a new generation of filmmakers.

The NOHFF is committed to celebrating the craft & the art of genre filmmaking at its best. And who knows, maybe discovering “Horror’s Next Big Thing”.

 
Feel free to contact the NOLA HORROR FILM FEST at
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THE 2014 NOLA HORROR FILM FEST SCHEDULE
 
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH
 
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH
 
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH
 
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH
 
 
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Feature Films
ALL AMERICAN HORROR – directed by John Swider
BLOOD PUNCH – directed by Madellaine Paxson
CHRYSALIS – directed by John Klein
SAVAGELAND – directed by Phil Guidry, Simon Herbert & David Whelan
TALES OF POE – directed by Bart Mastronardi & Alan Rowe Kelly
THE PERFECT HUSBAND – directed by Lucas Pavetto
THE SHOWER – directed by Alex Drummond
THROWBACK – directed by Travis Bain

Short Films
ALEXIA – directed by Andrés Borghi
BLOOD RED SHOES - SPEECH COMA – directed by Brian & Karl
BLOOM – directed by Sam LeGassick
CAROLINA PARAKEET – directed by A.J. Briones
COUNTER PARTS – directed by Patrick Rea
DARK ORIGINS – directed by Evan Randall Green
DETENTION – directed by Will Pascoe
DOGCATCHERS – directed by Francis Stokes
FLESH COMPUTER – directed by Ethan Shaftel
GOOD SAMARITAN – directed by Jeffrey Reddick
GRAVE SHIVERS – directed by Brent Sims
HE'S NOT LOOKING SO GREAT – directed by Gregory Kurczynski
HOW2KILL – directed by Kevin Lee Loader
I AM MONSTER – directed by Lori Bowen & Shannon Lark
INNARDS – directed by Bart Elfrink
INSANE – directed by Adam O'Brien
NOT A SINGLE WORD – directed by Cody Holland
ON/OFF – directed by Thierry Lorenzi
ONE PLEASE – directed by Jesse Burks
PITY – directed by John Pata
PRIMROSE LANE – directed by Nick Phillips
ROADSIDE – directed by Tim Wildgoose
SUNDAY'S CHILD – directed by Virgile Dean
THE BANNISHING – directed by Erlingur Thoroddsen
THE BARISTA – directed by Rebekah McKendry
THE BEST HALLOWEEN EVER – directed by Cullen Thomas
THE BEST THERE EVER WAS – directed by Derek Cole
THE CYCLIST – directed by Christopher Bryan
THE JIGSAW – directed by Al Safar Brothers
THE NIGHT IS OURS – directed by Aubree Bernier-Clarke
THE STOMACH – directed by Ben Steiner
THE WYATT – directed by Mark Bessenger
TIMOTHY – directed by Marc Martinez Jordan
VOMICA – directed by Andy Green
WATERBORNE – directed by Marisa Brown

Screenplays
AT YOUR DISPOSAL – written by Diana Woody
DEATH AND THE WIDOW – written by Gregory Fishwick
HIBERNATION – written by Mike Briock
INCINTA – written by William Schlichter
NIC CAGE VS ZOMBIES – written by Ian Fortey
PLAY VOODOO FOR ME – written by Stuart Wright

 
 
 
 
 

The NOLA HORROR FILM FEST is held at the famous INDYWOOD MOVIE THEATER, during the last weekend of September 2014.

628 Elysian Fields Ave, New Orleans, LA

Click on the image to visit the Indywood Theater website.

You can't have independent film without a film community. Thought-provoking indie & local films shown daily.

 
 
 

JT SEATON - Founder/Festival Director

JT started life in the armpit of California known as Bakersfield. He began making horror films in grade school with the aid of his father's super 8mm camera. JT escaped from Bakersfield to attend CalArts, receiving a MFA in film direction.

JT's films include the award winning short "Divination", as well as the award winning feature zombie comedy "George's Intervention". He currently resides in Los Angeles. JT is a karaoke junkie.

 

CHARLES LUCIA - Festival Director

After growing up in and around the swamps of South Louisiana, Charles spent way too much time earning a Masters of Architecture and sloshing through the seedy over and underbelly of the New Orleans Service Industry.

Realizing he needed a change and rediscovering his youthful love of blood, guts, fire and explosions, he made an unexpected move and jumped head first into the film industry with his sight set on Practical SPFX. Charles has a trucker's mouth with a laureate vocabulary and a penchant for stressful situations.