Winners Announced for 2011 Flickers RI International Horror Film Festival

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Winners Announced for 2011 Flickers RI International Horror Film FestivalCheck out Rhode Island getting its horror groove on! Not only did this past weekend see the wide release of the new Robert Englund film Inkubus, which was created by an all Rhode Island crew, but now we’ve got the results of the area’s 12th annual horror film festival. Nice job, Ocean Staters!

Featuring 42 films from around the world (selected from 383 entrants), the 2011 Flickers RI International Horror Film Festival braved the recent Northeastern snow assault and put on a great four-day festival. Here’s some info on the event and the proud list of winners. Congrats!

From the Press Release
The eerie, macabre and bizarre in the world of cinema were given their due with the wrap of the Twelfth Annual Flickers RI International Horror Film Festival through adjudicated awards. From an entry base of 383 submissions including work from the United Kingdom, Australia, Ireland, Canada, Germany, Italy and the United States, 42 films were screened during the cinematic symphony of horror, October 27th-30th. Attending this year were the cast and crew from eight of the international films screened during the Festival including Imposter, Vampyre Compendium, Beg, Inkubus, and Last Seen on Delores Street for their premieres along with directors and producers Marc Masciandaro, Matteo Bernardini from Italy, Devi Snively, Augustin Fuentes, and Kevin and Shanna MacDonald.

“This was an exceptionally strong year for entries with films, not just coming from the United States but from across the globe,” said George T. Marshall, the Executive Director of the Rhode Island International Film Festival, which produces the Horror Festival sidebar. “It’s startling to see an Italian or German take on our Halloween traditions then realize how film and global communication has made the world a much smaller place.”

Despite rain, snow and even power outages, the Festival drew crowds across the state from the opening night Spooktacular at the Bell Street Chapel in Providence to the Mary Tefft White Cultural Center at Roger Williams University in Bristol for the program “Behind the Camera Lens,” which featured actor William Forsythe and members of the cast and crew of the locally produced Inkubus.

Winners of top prizes for the 2011 Festival

The Corridor, Directed by Evan Kelly, Canada
Tied with
Beg, Directed by Kevin MacDonald, United States

First Place
Absentia, Directed by Mike Flanagan, United States
Tied with
State of Emergency, Directed by Turner Clay, United States

Imposter, Director Marc Masciandaro, United States
Tied with
Incubator, Directed by Jimmy Weber, United States

First Place
Cabine of the Dead, Directed by Vincent Templement, France
Tied with
Hay Un Diablo (There is a Devil), Directed by Brant Hansen, United States

Dracula: The Vampire And The Voivode, Directed by Michael Bayley Hughes, United Kingdom

Last Seen on Delores Street, Directed by Devi Snively, United States

Inkubus, Directed by Glenn Ciano, United States

An Evening with My Comatose Mother, Directed by Jonathan Martin, United States

Payload, Directed by Stuart Willis, Australia
Tied with
Maquinas Infernales, Directed by Simon Pernollet, France

Paths of Hate, Directed by Damian Nenow, Poland

Tony Moran, Beg, Directed by Kevin MacDonald, United States

Oona Chaplin, Vampyre Compendium, Directed by Matteo Bernardini, Italy

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