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Oregon Scream Week Horror Film Festival

Oregon Scream Week Horror Film Festival

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OREGON SCREEM WEEK FILM FESTIVAL

Oregon Scream Week Horror Film Festival Fall 2021 is a three and a half hour program featuring 44 short and micro short international films in the Horror, Horror Comedy, Dark Science Fiction, Dark Animation, Experimental Film genres and more. These films were hand selected by the judges out of 185 submissions. 39 screenplays have also been recognized by the judges. Award nominations will be released 2 weeks prior to the event.

Thursday October 14, 2021 Event Schedule

6:00p Filmmaker Outside Check-in Opens. Outdoor photos.

6:30p Theater Doors Open for seating/networking

7:00p Awards Presentation And Filmmaker Introductions

7:30p Film Screenings Session A

11:00p End of program

Our previous event, the Oregon Short Film Festival was so much fun. Please join us for Oregon Scream Week Horror Film Festival and check out the great line-up of films.

OR Scream Week Horror Film Festival Fall 2021 Official Selections
  • Andrew Ginger/Likes Dogs, Directed by Amber Rose McNeill (United States)
  • Balloon, Directed by Richard Martin (Idaho)
  • Big Fat Spider Lady, Directed by Tom Pressano (New York)
  • Blocked, Directed by Sara Caldwell, Walter Gorey (United States)
  • Boo Hag or Shadow Man, Directed by (United States)
  • Bye Dummy, Directed by Aniruddh K (Singapore)
  • Carjack, Directed by Matt H. Miller, Michael Panico (United States)
  • Criss Cross, Directed by Matthew K Robinson (Idaho)
  • Death of Three Salesmen, Directed by Ira Hirsh, Byron Kelly (United States)
  • Doll Klaw - You Said, Directed by Eric Foss (California)
  • Don't Forget Me, Directed by Nikhail Asnani (United States)
  • Exaltation, Directed by Kevin P Kearney (California)
  • Golem, Directed by Ryan Cauchi (Australia)
  • Hair Eater, Directed by Rachael Trigg (United States)
  • Horror Anonymous, Directed by Jim Harkins (New York)
  • Inside, Directed by John Couper-Smartt (Australia)
  • It's My Halloween Party (You Can Die If You Want), Directed by Justin Snikkar (Canada)
  • Litmus, Directed by Travis Darkow (United States)
  • Mater Mortis, Directed by Rishi Gandhi (Ohio)
  • Momma, Don't Go, Directed by Rafael De Leon Jr. (United States)
  • My Friends The Plants, Directed by Christine Celozzi (United States)
  • Nyctophobic, Directed by Theo Francocci (California)
  • OCCUPANTS, Directed by Ronnie Lee (Wisconsin)
  • Occupier, Directed by Vinnie Pagano (United States)
  • Play Date, Directed by Herb Cremer, Joe Cremer (New Jersey)
  • Shutter, Directed by Jeremy Gardels (Oregon)
  • Slop Trough - "Disgusting Pig Maniac", Directed by Burke De Boer (Texas)
  • Streets of The Dead, Directed by Robbie Dias (United States)
  • Strength Test, Directed by Liu Yixuan, Jin Lilai, Shen Leyi (China)
  • Tabi Tabi Po, Directed by Jenn Santos (California)
  • TAPEHEAD, Directed by Jason Zink (United States)
  • The Body of Levi, Directed by Freddy Cheung (United States)
  • The First Jellyfish, Directed by Sébastien Pesle (France)
  • The Lake Parasite, Directed by Joe Reilly (Idaho)
  • The Prop Master, Directed by Noah Temple (Pennsylvannia)
  • The Prospector, Directed by Wade Chitwood (Washington)
  • The Return, Directed by Roman Koidl (California)
  • The Witch's Bargain, Directed by Corey J. Trahan (Texas)
  • They Came From Without, Directed by Aaron Lindquist (California)
  • Viviana Triumphant, Directed by Jack Hillebrecht (United States)
  • Vodi, Directed by Nath Milburn (United States)
  • What It Feels Like for a Girl, Directed by Megan Duffy (California)
  • You're It, Directed by Herb Cremer, Joe Cremer (United States)
  • Zombies Like To Watch, Directed by Rollyn Stafford (United States)
Special Admission

$25; AVAILABLE IN ADVANCE.