SEG Seeks Short Horror Films for Screening

Scenario Entertainment Group is accepting submissions of original short horror films, sketches and trailers to play at the Halloween in July Show, a concert, carnival and costume party to be hosted by Telecommunicators at The Rutledge on July 22.

All horror genres are invited.

“We want to see everything: camp, serious, amateur, pro, everything,” says Telecommunicators drummer Noah Hungate. Material can range from five-second bumpers to full short films up to five minutes in length, and content must not exceed what the event coordinators judge to be a “hard R” level. SEG will select the pieces to be shown at the event and will be accepting submissions until July 15. All interested parties should contact NoahHungate@yahoo.com.

The event is open to the public ages 18 and up, though film submissions will be accepted from all ages. The event will feature a costume contest, a “Murder Makeovers” booth staffed by professional FX makeup artists, a “shoot-the-zombie” booth, giant-screen four-player video gaming and more. All filmmakers whose works are shown will be entered into a raffle for prizes.

Scenario Entertainment Group, a Nashville-based promotion and management company, works to elevate local artists to national and international levels. SEG also presented the Rock Circus this past April at the Mercy Lounge.

Telecommunicators is a Nashville-based rock band, influenced by electronic/live blends such as David Bowie, Talking Heads and Nine Inch Nails.


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