Yeh! Nah! Horror Film Festival

Yeh! Nah! Horror Film Festival

Yeh! Nah! Say it in an Aussie accent and it will all make sense! The Yeh! Nah! Horror Film Festival is an Australian based festival of International and Local Horror, Thriller and…

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Aug 31, 2024

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Australian Capital Territory

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Film

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Yeh! Nah!
Say it in an Aussie accent and it will all make sense!

The Yeh! Nah! Horror Film Festival is an Australian based festival of International and Local Horror, Thriller and Genre films, made by exclusively, up and coming, emerging and independent filmmakers. The festival screenings will take place in Canberra, Australia in the lead up to Halloween 2024 and will include feature films, short films, filmmaking Q&A discusion panels, and social events including an awards event.

The Festival Director is award winning filmmaker Dan Sanguineti, producer of Australian zombie features, ‘Me and My Mates vs the Zombie Apocalypse’ and ‘Theatre of the Dead’ and is currently a filmmaking trainer for the AIE Film School. His focus for the festival is about nurturing and supporting filmmakers inclusively who are passionate about filmmaking and love the horror genre!

Official Selections will recieve laurel and digital certificate.

Nominations for the awards will be announced on release of the festival program.
Laurels will be awarded for all nominations.

Local Canberra Awards will be announced on Day 2 of the Festival, with winners to join National and International entrants for Silver and Gold Awards. These will be announced on the 5th and final day of the festival.

GOLD AWARDS
– Best Short Film – Yeh! Nah! Overall Winner
– Best Feature Film

SILVER AWARDS
– Best Short Film – Made for Us
– Best Short Film – Canberra
– Best Student Production
– Best Feature Screenplay
– Best Short Screenplay
– Best Horror Kill
– Best Scare
– Best Practical Effects
– Best Animation film or use of VFX
– Best Performance by a Leading Performer
– Best Performance by a Supporting Performer

CANBERRA AWARDS

– Best Short Screenplay
– Best Horror Kill
– Best Scare
– Best Practical Effects
– Best Animation film or use of VFX
– Best Performance by a Leading Performer
– Best Performance by a Supporting Performer

For more information, visit Yeh! Nah! Horror Film Festival