Film Sprites PR is pleased to announce that The Halloween Girl, a short film by Richard T. Wilson and the Mad Shelley Films team has recently been accepted into two up-coming film festivals.
Californian film fans can see The Halloween Girl as part of the 21st International Family Film Festival, happening October 20-23. The IFFF focuses on family-centric stories and celebrates gender equality, inclusiveness and diversity.
The Halloween Girl has also been selected for this year’s Halloween International Film Festival, being held at the deliciously aptly-named Kill Devil Hills in North Carolina from October 27-29. This is the Festival’s inaugural year.
The Halloween Girl has previously won a Gold Remi at the 49th annual Worldfest-Houston International Film Festival, and an Award of Merit in the Best Shorts Competition 2015 . The film was also a semi-finalist at Shiver 2016 and an official selection at the LA Independent Film Festival Awards in January 2016.
For those who can’t make it to these film festivals- fear not! Mad Shelley Films has a treat for you in October as well.
Synopsis: Ten years after her tragic death on Halloween night, Charlotte begins to reappear to her mother, Marie, in a series of nightmares – or are they? Only adding to her distress is the news that her young son, Luke, now has a mysterious teenage friend he calls ‘The Halloween Girl’ – and her name is Charlotte. Has Charlotte really returned – and is Marie’s dark secret now in danger of being revealed…?
To find out more about The Halloween Girl, visit the website. You can also like Mad Shelley Films on Facebook and follow them on Twitter. Want to spread the word? Use the hashtag #WhoIsTheHalloweenGirl