Sixth Annual Happenstance Horror Fest Announces New Venue

The Happenstance Horror Fest—a spirited New England area festival saluting independent horror, photography and more—will be celebrating their sixth run this August 20, 2020. Festival founder, filmmaker and photographer George James Fraser wisely chose to change venues this year in a much needed effort to keep independent film festivals alive during the current state of affairs. 

Happenstance Horror Fest continues to highlight genre artists and creators in Barrington, New Hampshire at BarnZ’s Barrington Cinema, which will be offering a drive-in experience for the event. In addition to the nostalgic movie-going excursion of a drive-in, attendees can also take advantage of only paying twenty bucks per car load. Bring your partners and pals only, because these films are definitely not suitable for the youngsters. You’re free to sit within or in front of your vehicle, and the lobby will be open to serve your staple necessities of popcorn, sodas and such. 

HHF 2020 film selections

 

Full details and tickets can be found at HERE, with a schedule of films to be screened during Happenstance Horror Fest to be announced very soon! Submissions for next year’s festival are also available HERE

If you’re in the area of Happenstance Horror Fest on August 20th, we highly recommend you attend! 

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