FRIGHT METER AWARDS SEEKING SHORT HORROR FILM SUBMISSIONS

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SEEKING SHORT HORROR FILM SUBMISSIONS
(June 29th, 2015)—The Fright Meter Awards Organization is seeking submissions to be considered for the “Best Short Film” award. To be eligible, the short film must be submitted to a film festival or available on social media outlets such as YouTube, Vimeo etc. between December 1st, 2014 and November 30th, 2015 and be available for the Fright Meter Awards Committee to view.
Now in its eighth year, The Fright Meter Awards are presented annually by the Fright Meter Awards Organization, dedicated solely to honoring and recognizing excellence within the horror genre. The nominations and winners are determined by members of the Fright Meter Awards Committee. Past winners of the Fright Meter Award include John Cusack, Chloe Grace Moretz, Rutger Hauer, and Marcia Gay Harden.
The Fright Meter Award Committee consists of horror fans, bloggers, actors, producers, directors, and others involved in the industry. The aim is to select and nominate worthy films regardless of budget, means of release, or popularity. The Fright Meter Awards Organization intends to make the Fright Meter Award one of the most prestigious horror awards given.
If you are interested in having your short film considered, please contact us.
Individuals can visit http://www.frightmeterawards.com for more information about the organization.

Michael “Mad Mike” Nagy – Senior Committee Member
naggerz69@hotmail.co.uk
Troy Escamilla – President
troy@frightmeterawards.com
563-528-2048
Fright Meter Awards Organization

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