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2002 Screamfest Horror Film Festival

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SCREAMFEST EVENT (2002)

SCREAMFEST ANNOUNCES ITS 2002 SCHEDULE
WES CRAVEN SIGNS ON FOR CLOSING NIGHT PANEL

LOS ANGELES, September 6, 2002 – ScreamFest, now in its second year, has announced its 2002 schedule this morning. The four day festival running October 17 – October 20, 2002 will include twelve independent feature films, three documentaries, seven shorts, five comedy shorts, three animated s...read more

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2002 FESTIVAL AWARDS ANNOUNCED

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2002 SCREAMFEST HORROR FILM FESTIVAL AWARDS ANNOUNCED

LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Oct. 20, 2002 – Screamfest 2nd annual festival awarded this year’s top movies, filmmakers, actors and screenplay Sunday during the fest’s closing night. Screamfest, which ran from Oct. 17 – 20, 2002 at the Laemmle Theatre – Fairfax 3, in Los Angeles, has launched careers – providing a platform for filmmakers and actors to showcase their latest work to horror film enthusiasts and general audiences.

Screamfest 2002 winners:

Best Short: Repossessed

Best Student Short: Off

Best Animated Short: Puphedz

Best Horror Comedy Short: Bad Father

Best Screenplay: Bloodlines

Best Horror Comedy Screenplay: Ravenna

Best Short Screenplay: Reset

Best Special Effects: Curse of the Forty-Niner

Best Cinematography: R.S.V.P.

Best Makeup: Kolobos

Best Actor: Rick Otto (R.S.V.P.)

Best Actress: Marianne Hayden (Ghostwatcher)

Best Documentary: ISPR Investigates: The Ghosts Of Belgrave Hall

Best Director: Todd Ocvirk and Daniel Liabtowitsch (Kolobos)

Best Foreign Film: Ju-On: The Grudge

Best Picture: Kolobos

Career Achievement Award: William Friedkin

CONGRATULATIONS 2002 AWARD WINNERS!