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Mayhem launches new website, call for short films and Early Bird passes

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Preparations are underway for Mayhem Film Festival, and whilst submissions have just opened for the popular Scary Shorts programme, Early Bird passes are now available to purchase for the festival’s 12th edition.

Early Bird passes allow access to the full festival, which will take place at Broadway, Nottingham on 13-16 October 2016. The passes are available for a limited period of time and cost just £60 for four days of exciting previews, special guests and events, showcasing the best horror, sci-fi and cult features and shorts from around the world. To purchase an Early Bird pass, please visit http://bit.ly/EarlyBirds16 or contact the Broadway box office on 0115 952 6611.

Mayhem originally started as a single compilation of short films, and the Scary Shorts remains the most loved and one of the most popular screenings in the festival’s schedule. There is no fee for submissions, and programmers for the festival are accepting local, national and international entries.

Filmmakers can submit their entry for free until midnight on Friday 19 August. To submit your short film, please email Melissa Gueneau at mayhemfilmfest@gmail.com

Mayhem Film Festival has also just launched a brand new website – a platform offering easy access to essential information about the festival’s upcoming edition, as well as its history and legacy. The new site is part of the festival’s ongoing efforts to improve the customer experience, by creating an easy-to-navigate space to find out key information about the festival and its programme, as well as book tickets and passes for upcoming events. You can visit the new Mayhem Film Festival website at http://www.mayhemfilmfestival.com

Mayhem Film Festival will take place at Broadway, Nottingham on 13-16 October 2016.

Find out more about Nottingham’s festival month in October at: http://www.experiencenottinghamshire.com/october 

Posted on 08 July 2016

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