Nevermore

About the Nevermore Film Festival

Created in 1999, The NEVERMORE Film Festival is a juried competition festival which programs brand-new genre feature and short films from around the world. The festival seeks submissions for narrative feature and shorts with an emphasis on horror, science fiction, dark fantasy, animation, mystery/suspense, and action-thrillers.   

See the 2020 Nevermore Film Festival Program Book

Individual tickets and ten-passes and  go on-sale Friday, January 24.

Individual tickets are $10. Ten-passes are $80 and are only available at the box office. 

 

The 21st Nevermore Film Festival has announced the winners of the 2020 Jury Awards.

Best Feature 
PUPPET KILLER (Directed by Lisa Ovies)
 
 
Best North American Comedy Short 
SLAYBOR DAY 7 (Directed by Justin Menoche)
 
 
Best North American Drama Short 
HERE THERE BE TYGERS (Directed by Polly Schattel)
 
 
Best Long-Form Narrative Short 
A BITTER WAS THE DESSERTSpain (Directed by Diego H. Kataryniuk Di Costanzo)
 
 
Best International Comedy Short 
POLTERSpain (Directed by Álvaro Vicario)
 
 
Best International Drama Short 
UNMADEUnited Kingdom (Directed by Steven Sheil)
 

 

The 21st Nevermore Film Festival has announced the winners of the 2020 Audience Awards.

The Audience Awards are a balloted award selected by the audiences who attended eligible screenings. Upon entry to feature films, audiences are handed a paper ballot upon which they are requested to “score” the film on a 1-10 sliding scale, where 1 is the lowest and 10 is the highest rating. Upon entry to shorts programs, audiences are handed a paper ballot upon which they are requested to select the one film from the program block which was their favorite. Films in respective categories which receive the highest score are announced as the winners.

BEST FEATURE 
MAKING MONSTERS (Canada, Co-Directed by Justin Harding & Rob Brunner)
 
BEST INTERNATIONAL DRAMA SHORT
BAGHEERA (India, Directed by Christopher R. Watson)
 
BEST INTERNATIONAL COMEDY SHORT
SMILES (Spain, Directed by Javier Chavanel)
 
BEST NORTH AMERICAN DRAMA SHORT
PLAINSONG (Mélopée)   (Canada, Directed by Alexis Fortier Gauthier)
 
BEST NORTH AMERICAN COMEDY SHORT
URBAN SCOUT  (United States, Directed by Matthew Vaughan)
 
BEST LONG-FORM NARRATIVE SHORT (19+ min)
A BITTER WAS THE DESSERT (Spain, Directed by Diego H. Kataryniuk Di Costanzo)
 

For your artistic excellence, and on behalf of all the members of the Nevermore Committees and audiences, we wish you continued success in all of your endeavors

No showtimes.

Individual tickets and ten-passes and  go on-sale Friday, January 24.

Individual tickets are $10. Ten-passes are $80 and are only available at the box office. 

 

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