Horror Anthology: Call For Scripts
UPDATE: Thanks to everyone who submitted outlines. The deadline has now passed and we are reviewing submitted material. Stay tuned for more information.
An opportunity to produce a feature length film has recently presented itself to our group and we would love to share this opportunity to those that are interested.
The idea is to create a feature film of around 85 minutes in length that is comprised of 4 to 5 short films. Ideally, each segment would have a different writer and director. Packaged as an anthology, several themes would unite the stories and fit them together as a single film.
The project has been proposed by Mark Tuit (Barnone, Shelflife, and Blood: A Butcher’s Tale). His vision is a collection of short horror films that each feature a pacific coast setting.
At this point we welcome the submission of any horror script that may fit the guidelines for this project (9-19 minutes in length). The project will be managed by Mark Tuit, Greg Tegler, Nicholas Lucas, and Aaron Colyn. If writing for this project appeals to you please submit a one page story outline.