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The Unnamed Footage Festival 2022 Announces Full Program For 5th Edition

The celebrated found footage and POV horror cinema extravaganza, The Unnamed Footage Festival, returns to San Francisco March 17-20, 2022. This year features the world premieres of Jacob Aaron Estes’ You Belong To Me and David Torres’ Putrefixion A Video Of Nina Temich. They have also teamed up with Alamo …

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The Unnamed Footage Film Festival Announces Final Wave of Films Ahead of Massive 24hr Livestream Webathon

Unnamed Footage Film Festival

UNNAMED FOOTAGE FESTIVAL 24hr ANNOUNCES FINAL WAVE OF TITLES AND BADGE SALES FOR UPCOMING WEBATHON ON MARCH 26th (Don’t miss over 24-hours of rare, outrageous, and crowd-pleasing found-footage cinema Friday, March 26th from 7 PM CDT) Ahead of the Unnamed Footage Film Festival’s 24-hour webathon this Friday, March 26th the …

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The Unnamed Footage Festival Announces 24-hour Webathon 4th Edition

Unnamed Footage Festival

Since 2018, the Unnamed Footage Festival has brought a unique and often obscure selection of found footage horror, first-person POV cinema, and faux documentary to San Francisco, with previous festivals being hosted at the historic Balboa Theatre, the Roxie Theater, and ATA. Strange times call for strange measures, and like …

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The Unnamed Footage Festival Returns to San Francisco in 2019

The Unnamed Footage Festival

Press Release: The Unnamed Footage Festival emerges from a dormant state to announce that it will be returning to the Bay Area in 2019 to celebrate the most divisive subgenre of horror offer once more. My friend, Danni, just recently introduced me to this festival and I think it looks …

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Unnamed Footage Festival Invades San Francisco In 2018!

The Unnamed Footage Festival, a weekend of found footage horror, first person cinema, and faux documentary, is coming to the historic Balboa Theater in San Francisco March 24 – 25, 2018. A collaboration between Philadelphia’s Unnamed Film Festival and the Bay Area-based organization, The Overlook Theatre, The Unnamed Footage Festival will …

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