Breaking News: The 6th Annual Ax Wound Film Festival is now accepting submissions, and Morbidly Beautiful readers get an exclusive entry discount.
Editor’s Note: We here at Morbidly Beautiful are so thrilled to help support and sponsor the Women in Horror Month/Ax Wound Film Festival every year. It’s such an important feminist horror film festival featuring work exclusively written and directed by women. This special event has been described as having a “family vibe” and features 2 days of diverse horror films, filmmaker Q&A panels, presentations, and networking opportunities with other women creating top-notch horror films at different stages of their career.
We are honored to exclusively announce the opening of the 2020 festival call for entries and to provide our amazing readers with a special 15% entry discount.
Passionate festival founder and the inspiring woman behind Women in Horror Month, Hannah Neurotica, is here to tell you all about it. Read on to learn more!
Calling all women-identifying filmmakers: The Ax Wound Film Festival wants to feature your work!
It is our day to bask in ironic luck, share Jason Voorhees meme mashups, and relish in not needing to check our phone to know the date. In case that wasn’t enough to fill your pleasure hole with warm fuzzies, how about this? The 6th annual Ax Wound Film Festival (AWFF) is officially open for your submissions today!
AWFF is seeking short horror films, features, and trailers — written and directed by women-identifying filmmakers.
We are grateful to join forces again with Morbidly Beautiful’s Stephanie Malone; a tireless producer of horror entertainment and passionate supporter of Women in Horror. She is such a big part of the Ax Wound family. So, to kick things off, we are offering a 15% discount off submission fees — exclusively available here, right this very moment, on Morbidly Beautiful between now and March 20th.
Get the specifics on our FilmFreeway page and use the code MBAWFF2020 at check out.
Don’t forget to mark your calendar for the event itself and join us on Friday, November 13th (!!) and Saturday the 14th, 2020, at the Hooker-Dunham Theater and Gallery in Brattleboro, VT.
And whatever you do, keep washing your hands, don’t touch your face, make feminist art, and be kind to your fellow humans.