Are you a filmmaker or screenwriter with a passion for the macabre? Do you have a spine-tingling story to tell through the lens of Horror, Paranormal, Sci-fi, or Supernatural genres? If so, we've got exciting news for you! Join the Evansville Horror Con 2024 for the Annual Horror Film Festival, where your cinematic creations can take the spotlight. Whether you're a novice or a seasoned pro, this is your opportunity to shine!

Special Film Screening

Evansville Horror Con 2024 will host a special film screening room that will run throughout the weekend. Your movies will have the chance to be screened and evaluated by a panel of judges and enthusiastic attendees. The best part? There's no entry fee! Plus, to make it even more thrilling, Evansville Horror Con be handing out awards on Sunday to honor the most outstanding submissions.

Submission Categories:

There are three categories for submission:

  1. Super Short - Films under 10 minutes
  2. Short Film - Movies ranging from 10 to 39 minutes
  3. Feature - Films 40 minutes and above
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How to Submit Your Entry

To submit your spine-chilling masterpiece, follow this Submission Link and select the category that best fits your work. If you have any questions or need further information, feel free to contact You can also learn more about the event by visiting the official website at

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When and Where

Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to showcase your talent and connect with fellow enthusiasts of the horror, paranormal, sci-fi, and supernatural genres. Submit your films, and who knows, you might just leave with an award and a room full of new fans. Evansville Horror Con 2024 is happening on March 2 - 3, 2024, at Evansville's Old National Events Plaza.

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