Every year, we receive excellent submissions from filmmakers all over the world, including some right here in Portland. What we’d like to do this year is showcase our local talent. This is your chance to make a movie instead of just talking about making one! Entries will be screened on Sunday afternoon of the Film Festival.
If you're a writer, artist, scholar, or filmmaker who wants to take part in this year's 2012 Portland H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival and CthulhuCon, May 11-13, there's still time to let us know. Just hop on over to our Festival Guest Application Form and fill out your details (please try to be complete, even if you've been a guest in previous years). We'll be closing submissions by Friday, with a plan to let guests know the scoop quickly, so submit your application today! Don't worry if your info is a little incomplete... we'll give you a chance to polish it later.
Portland 2012, Festival Guest Application Form
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The teaser poster for the 2012 Portland H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival, May 11-13. This promotional poster is only one half of the "adventure." The final festival poster will feature the right half of the image, as well as more information about programming and guests. Artwork and layout by Brian Callahan.
Coming to the H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival in Portland, but don't have a place to stay? That's no problem, we've arranged for discounted rates at two area hotels. The Banfield Value Inn is a budget motel that is only blocks from the theatre and across the street from Tony Starlight's (where our after parties will be held). The Doubletree Hotel at Lloyd Center is a deluxe hotel and (while not walking distance) is only ten minutes away from the theatre by the city's MAX light rail line. Read more