The Halloween International Film Festival will return to Kill Devil Hills Oct. 3-5, 2019, presented by Halloween Daily News and OBX Entertainment.

      The submission period opened on Dec. 10, accepting films for consideration to be selected for screening at the 2019 festival, exclusively through The early deadline for submissions is Jan. 31, and the final deadline is June 30.

      Held on the historic Outer Banks, the event features three days of independent genre films from around the world, as well as networking opportunities and extensive media exposure.

      Festival film screenings will once again be shown at R/C Theatres Movies 10 in Kill Devil Hills, including Q&A sessions, nightly meet and greets, photo ops on the Orange Carpet and more. The state-of-the-art host venue features a massive 36-foot tall movie screen, stadium seating, full digital projection capabilities and a complete lineup of refreshments and snacks available.

      All official selections will receive publicity on and all festival Q&As and panels will be broadcast to more than 65,000 subscribers on the Halloween Daily News YouTube channel and exposed to a reach of more than a million genre fans through the expanded Halloween Daily News network and social media.

      Founded in 2016 by Matt and Sue Artz, the festival is a Gold-ranked festival on the world's leading film festival submission platform, FilmFreeway.

      Previous official selections include the award-winning locally filmed shorts Lost in Buffalo City, Boy! and Night of the Fluffet.



  • Starting Thursday, October 3rd, 2019, repeats every day until Saturday, October 05, 2019 — all day


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