Still Time To Submit Your Film To The 4th Annual Stage 32 Short Film Program!

I’m constantly blown away by the horror shorts I’ve seen that were created by previously unknown filmmakers. There’s just something about the genre that sparks passion and creativity, inspiring people who have never even held a camera to round up some friends to create something amazing. But then the question arises… now that you’ve made a short, what do you do with it?

We just heard that the people behind the Stage 32 Short Film Contest are still accepting films to be screened at Hollyshorts in LA  and Raindance in London, so this is the perfect opportunity to submit your short!

This contest launches careers!

From the press release:

The Stage 32 Short Film Contest gives you the opportunity to show your chops and shine by providing access to some of the top executives in the business and exposure to film festival and worldwide online crowds.

So far, the 2018 winners are represented by UTA, Paradigm, Echo Lake, Kaplan/Perrone and meetings are still happening!

This year our winners (5-10 filmmakers) will screen in a special program at 2 film festivals – Hollyshorts in LA and Raindance in London and our Grand Prize Winner will be flown to one of the screenings for a Q&A! Plus, all finalists’ films will be sent to over 500 industry executives!

We’re excited to have our all-star lineup of judges: Miranda Bailey, CEO Cold Iron Pictures (Swiss Army Man, Diary of a Teenage Girl), Christina Campagnola, Agent, APA, Kevin Parker, Talent Manager, Artists First Entertainment and Terez Koncz, 2018 winner of Stage 32 Short Film Program.

What are you waiting for? Dust off that short you made and send it in! Here’s the contest info and submittal page for your short. Good luck!

About Tracy Allen

As the co-owner and Editor-in-Chief of, Tracy has learned a lot about independent horror films and the people who love them. Now an approved critic for Rotten Tomatoes, she hopes the masses will follow her reviews back to PopHorror and learn more about the creativity and uniqueness of indie horror movies.

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