Bloody Flicks is delighted to announce our first production; For the Love of the Boogeyman: 40 Years of Halloween has been selected to screen at the Bottle Smoke Film Festival which takes place on Saturday 8th & Sunday 9th September at Stoke Film Theatre.
The documentary celebrates four decades of John Carpenter’s eternal horror classic, speaking to some of the brightest voices in independent horror cinema about why the film edures.
The Bottle Smoke Film Festival brings together the cream of the crop in filmmakers across Staffordshire and beyond for two days of celebrating cinema of all sizes and budgets.
The Saturday programme includes a screening of the award winning horror anthology The House of Screaming Death which is co-directed by David Hastings, who features in and also edited and produced our Halloween documentary.
The Sunday programme will feature a selection of short films including the documentary, with three awards on offer – Best Cinematography, Best Director and Best Overall Film.
Paul Downey, Writer/Director of For the Love of the Boogeyman: 40 Years of Halloween commented,
“I’m absolutely over the moon about the news that our documentary will been screened at the Bottle Smoke Film Festival.
“We have submitted to a number of film festivals all over the world but it’s very special to have a screening in my hometown. I would just like to thank everyone who has worked on the documentary and hope the audience enjoys it on the day.”
Buy your tickets for the Bottle Smoke Film Festival HERE