Seattle 48 Hour Film Horror Project

Filmmaking Weekend: October 10 - 12Sign Up by September 15 for Early Bird RateNow Accepting Registrations

The 48 Hour Film Horror Project visits Seattle the weekend of October 10 - 12. Filmmakers from all over the city will compete to see who can make the best short horror film in only 48 hours.

Let's scare the daylights out of Seattle! Learn how it works. View the registration fees.

Enter today! Space is limited.

Screenings & Awards

All entries (even late films) are guaranteed a screening . Those in attendance will help choose the Audience Award. Videos submitted on time are eligible to win "Best 48 Hour Horror Film of Seattle".

How It Works

Required Elements

Teams will be assigned a character, prop and line of dialogue that must be included in their film. All other regular 48 Hour Film Project rules apply.

Horror Genres

Each team will also draw a genre - the catch? They're all horror genres!! Your film must be true to the genre you have selected—and no trading with other teams! You may combine genres (e.g., a science fiction zombie comedy).

Wild Card Genres

After genres have been selected, filmmakers will be given the option to trade in their genre for a Wild Card Genre. Once you switch, you can't switch back!

View the Rules

Film Teams

All-Nighter Films -- Bruce Bracken
Cinema Insomnia -- James Venturini
Laser Cat Films -- Thomas Hemmen
Loyaly Entertainment -- Will Gilmore
Mega Pixel Media -- Charles Koonce
Neato Kino Films -- Kino McFarland
Never a Dull boy, That Jack. -- Sandra Lince
One Kingdom Productions -- Brandon King
Rain Films -- Ram Ganesh
Rumored Productions -- Conrad Wrobel
SICKSOB Media -- David York
Seed of Light Studios -- Hugh Berry
Stinky Turtle -- Joshua Georgiades
Team 414 -- Corey Feist
Team Alcachofa -- Quinn Armstrong
Team OverAchiever -- Jim Bracher
Team diggUM -- Brenda Jallits
Ticket Productions -- Thomas Tierney