Seattle 48 Hour Film Horror Project

Filmmaking Weekend: October 10 - 12

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

Best Horror Film of Seattle 2014

Winner
"The Graveyard Shift" by Never a Dull boy, That Jack.

Runner Up
"Esper" by Team Mighty Tripod

2nd Runner Up
"Animalia" by Rumored Productions

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Seattle 2014 Audience Favorite

Group A
"The Spooky Whatever" by Team Alcachofa

Group B
"The Graveyard Shift" by Never a Dull boy, That Jack.

Top Horror Films of Seattle 2014
Congratulations to All of Our Participants!!

Best Editing
"The Graveyard Shift" by Never a Dull boy, That Jack.

Best Cinematography
"The Graveyard Shift" by Never a Dull boy, That Jack.

Best Directing
"Animalia" by Rumored Productions

Best Sound Design
"The Beasts of the Earth" by Neato Kino Films

Best Musical Score
"Esper" by Team Mighty Tripod

Best Actor
Malcolm West for "The Graveyard Shift" by Never a Dull boy, That Jack.

Best Ensemble Acting
"Esper" by Team Mighty Tripod

Best Use of Character
"The True Artist" by Seattle Filmmakers' Collective

Best Use of Prop
"The Spooky Whatever" by Team Alcachofa

Best Use of Line
"The Spooky Whatever" by Team Alcachofa

Best Use of Genre
"Silent but Deatly" by GrittyFlix

Best Scream
"Animalia" by Rumored Productions

Highest Body Count
"A Very Special Night" by Cinema Insomnia

Best Murder or Disembowelment
"A Very Special Night" by Cinema Insomnia

Best Practical Effects
"A Very Special Night" by Cinema Insomnia

Best Visual Effects
"Esper" by Team Mighty Tripod

Creepiest Cast
"The Kravens" by Hope Flies