[News] 2020 Telluride Horror Show Will Be Moving Online
Courtesy of Telluride Horror Show
This year’s Telluride Horror Show is moving online. The “Shelter-in-Place Edition” will take place virtually October 15-18, 2020, with an announcement of the first wave of films, guests, and pass sales coming in mid-September. Festival dates may expand depending on the final line-up.

While a virtual festival is incomparable to a live event in world-famous Telluride, the festival promises to keep the spirit alive and stay connected with its diehard and dedicated horror fans by showcasing the latest and best genre films from around the world. In keeping with the tradition of past festivals, programmers are also planning special events for the online edition.

Each year, fans look forward to the annual festival artwork, and they won’t be disappointed in 2020. Merchandise (including new t-shirts and posters) will be available for purchase, so collections can continue.

Currently, Telluride Horror Show is accepting short and feature film submissions from the following categories: Horror, Thriller, Suspense, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Genre Comedy, and Genre Documentary. Filmmakers are encouraged to submit their films through FilmFreeway by September 20, 2020, the final deadline.

Telluride Horror Show is Colorado’s first and longest-running horror film festival. Every year, (outside of a pandemic), the festival attracts the latest & best genre films from around the world and attendees from all over the country for an incredible gathering of film fans in the world-famous mountain resort town of Telluride, Colorado.

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