You know you are doing something right when the Devil shows up for a screening.
Parking in the near by, "G Deck" is 7-10$ on Friday and free on Saturday and Sunday. Please bring cash if you plan to buy food or drinks at the concession stand as Cinefest does not accept credit cards.
Started in 2010, HorrorQuest begin as an idea for a movie night which was to be hosted by an Atlanta area comic book store. Originally the idea was to screen independently produced films made in the Atlanta area, HorrorQuest soon turned into a full Independent Film Festival.
HorrorQuest prides itself on being different. One: HorrorQuest has no set submission fees, each filmmaker is asked to give what they can. Two: HorrorQuest doesn't sell tickets. All festival screenings operate on a first-come, first-served basis. We do not offer advanced tickets, VIP pass, for save seats, even for filmmakers.
After five years, HorrorQuest is still going strong. We welcome filmmakers from all over the world and receive hundreds of submissions each year. HorrorQuest has been praised by filmmakers such as Kevin Smith (Clerks, Tusk) and Lloyd Kaufman (The Toxic Avenger, Class of Nuke'em High) for our business practices and was named one of, "The Ten Best Free Film Festivals Every Filmmaker Should Know About" by Movie Maker Magazine.
In the years to come HorrorQuest hopes to continue providing independently produced horror & genre films.
HorrorQuest welcomes films and filmmakers from all over the world. We are honored that so many filmmakers submit their films and attend the festival each year. If you plan to attend, HorrorQuest advises you to arrive early as HorrorQuest dose not hold seats.
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The 7th Annual HorrorQuest Film Festival will be held, October, 13th-15th at Cinefest Film Theatre, located on the Georgia State University campus on the second floor of the Student Center West building just across from the Sports Arena.
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