After the huge success of our first two events, the Black Sunday Film Festival returns to the Hen and Chickens Theatre this Sunday 22nd April for Vol 3, with one hell of a line up.
This includes the return our extremely popular short film block, showcasing amazing talent from all over the world, with two amazing feature films once again closing out Block 1 and 3 of the event.
What’s more, there’s even a discount for all members and followers of the London Horror Society. Just enter the discount code BSFF2 at the checkout for a full 20% off.
Block 1 kicks off with Sulphur for Leviathan by James Quinn — a surreal short telling a satanic tale of unfulfilled desires, lust and blasphemy. This will be Followed by feature film Trinity from Skip Shea, telling the story of a man who bumps into the priest who abused him as a child, sending him into a twisted journey through his past.
The ever-popular Short Film Block returns in Block 2, with more genre goodness from across the globe, kicking off with A Beautiful Place from Director Matthew Vinaja and Writer/Star Genevieve Graves. The film also stars horror heavyweights Tony Moran and Robert Mukes.
We then have Claire and Me, from Director/Writer/Producer triple threat Daniella Dahoui, followed by the brilliant UK short Beer Pressure from Director Matthew McMullan, US Drama/Thriller Without Him, US festival hit Remnants, and the amazing UK Sci-Fi Comedy Galaxy Ball Team Earth from Director Kevin Shepherd.
The festival concludes with Block 3, opening with US Horror/Action short, The Dark Hunger and closing out the festival is the UK produced mega-festival hit, Cannibals and Carpet Fitters by James Bushe.
For all other information, follow the festival on Twitter, @WeAreHorror, as well as the official sponsor @ArrowFilmsVideo. And you can grab your tickets now by clicking this link.
Here’s the line up in full:
Block 1 – 1.00pm
Sulphur For Leviathan
Block 2 – 03.30pm
A Beautiful Place
Claire And Me
Galaxy Ball Team Earth
Block 3 – 05.30pm
The Dark Hunger
Cannibals And Carpet Fitters