Women in Horror Film Festival Review Slate & Winner’s Circle

Women in Horror Film Festival had a magnificent debut event on September 21st, 2017 at Peachtree City, GA. The three-day experience hosted a congregation of filmmakers and notable industry professionals, all from the field of Horror cinema. Part of the presentation were national based vendors, workshops, panels and a private after party for attendees.

Special guests included;

Arrangements are underway to reignite the innovative presentations, networking, and festivities for 2018 Women in Horror Film Festival.

DecayMag.com Women in Horror Film Festival
Mylo Carbiaand Soska Sisters

Interested candidates are to visit the WIHFF account via Filmfreeway.

DecayMag extends sincere felicitations to each production presented at 2017 Women in Horror Film Festival. DecayMag will be on hand for live coverage and on-site reporting for the 2018 WIHFF event.

The Festival Directors are Samantha Kolesnik and Vanessa Ionta Wright. Kolesnick also serves as Content Contributor for DecayMag. Our platform served a slate of film reviews and interviews based on 2017 WIHFF winning selections.

Featured below are compilations of film analysis published by DecayMag accompanied by a register of the films not covered by our news outlet.

DecayMag extends sincere felicitations to each production presented at 2017 Women in Horror Film Festival. DecayMag will be on hand for live coverage and on-site reporting for the 2018 WIHFF event.

2. FEATURE FILM WINNER

David Hendleman, Trysta Bissett Ruin Me

Runner-up – Buzzard Hollow Beef

Winner – Ruin Me


Buzzard Hollow Beef Film Review

Buzzard Hollow Beef; Uncanny, Entertaining Horror -WIHFF Selections

Buzzard Hollow Beef Roundtable Interview Timestamp (82:12)

Interviewees: Joshua Johnson

Director/Writer, Tara C. Hall – Writer

3. BEST WRITING WINNER

Soska Sisters Renaye Loryman, Melissa Penton Lyons Edward Lyons Alfred J. Hemlock

Melissa Penton Lyons

Edward Lyons

INTERNATIONAL SHORT

Runner-up – Alfred J Hemlock

Winner – Nasty

Film Review Alfred J Hemlock Film Review

Alfred J. Hemlock; Original Story, Iconic Villian Excel -Film Short Review

Alfred J Hemlock Interviews Timestamp (Time 73:51)

Interviewee: Director Edward Lyons

Alfred J Hemlock Interviews II Timestamp (68:53)

Interviewees:

Actress Renaye Loryman

Actor Tristan McKinnon

4. THRILLER SHORT WINNER

Bel Delia Scratch

Runner-up – Suffer The Little Children

Winner-  Scratch 

Scratch Film Review

Scratch Behind Walls While Short Haunts -WIHFF Selection

5.  HORROR SHORT WINNER

Runner-up – Liz Drives

Winner – Creatures of Whitechapel

Liz Drives Film Review

Liz Drives Flawless Short, Shocking Twist -WIHFF Selections

6. AUDIENCE CHOICE WINNER

Jennifer Trudrung

WINNER – Unbearing

Unbearing Film Review

Unbearing, Horror Short A Suspenseful Vision -WIHFF Selection

Exclusive Interview  Timestamp (58:35)

Interviewee: Jennifer Trudrung

7. BEST FX WINNER

Kaye MacDonald for Undress Me

Undress Me Film Review

Undress Me Tackles STD Issue with Body Horror

8. BEST ACTRESS WINNER

Astrida Auza for Suffer (The Little Children)

Suffer Film Review

Suffer; Imaginative Psychological Horror -WIHFF Selection

Exclusive Interview Timestamp (29:40)

Interviewee: Filip Terlecki

9. BEST ORIGINAL MUSIC / SCORE WINNER

Michael Damon for Lou Simon’s 3

3 Film Review

3, Revenge Concept Familiar Yet Raw

 

10. 2017 WIHFF Winners Circle

COMEDY SHORT

Runner-up – Humbug

Winner – From Hell She Rises

BEST SOUTHEASTERN SHORT

Runner-up – Huff & I’ll Puff

Winner – 106 White Lake

STUDENT FILM

Runner-up – Satanica

Winner – Chasing Jenny

BEST DIRECTOR

Winner – Lucy Campbell for Squeal

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

Winner – Michael Swaigen for Satanica

MICRO SHORT

Runner-up – Marco Polo

Winner – The Chute

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

Winner – Michael Swaigen for Satanica

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN

Sushi Soda & Sally Thompson for Little Lamb Movie

BEST SHORT SCREENPLAY

Runner-up – The Pardoner by Colin Harker

Winner – Hospitality by                     Hannah Robinson

BEST FEATURE SCREENPLAY

Runner-up – God’s Work is Never Done by Tara Carre Hall

Winner – Devil to Pay by Julie Moran & Kemmy Moran

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