Propeller TV: HorrorFest: Horror Short Search Competition

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Propeller TV Seach For The Scariest Horror Short

This is your chance to win a holiday for 2, Avid software or an XBOX 360 as part of PropellerTV’s search for the scariest horror short. Following the huge success of PropellerTV’s first ever short film festival, ShortFest, we are now launching a brand new competition to find the most horrifying short.

To get involved all you’ve got to do is send in your horror short (no longer than 10 mins) to:

Propeller TV,
C/O Screen Yorkshire,
LS2 7EY,

before Friday 12th September, 2008, along with a PropellerTV submission form which you can download from:

All entries to HorrorFest will be broadcast on PropellerTV over Halloween (subject to terms and conditions).

Judging the films will be James Mullighan, Creative Director of Shooting People and makers of cult film The Zombie Diaries, Kevin Gates and Michael Bartlett.

Amongst the prizes on offer are a weeks holiday for 2 courtesy of, Avid Media Composer software (worth £2000), an XBOX 360, XBOX 360 games, Raindance Film courses and many more.

Carole Dove, Managing Director enthused, “It’s with great excitement that we are launching our very first short horror competition. There’s some fantastic prizes on offer and to have such highly-regarded judges on board is an added bonus. ” She went on to say, “It will be great to see the entries broadcast on propeller.”

Michael Bartlett (producer of Award winning horror film, Zombie Diaries), said, “I think this is a great competition to find the scariest horror film in the UK. I’m looking forward to watching and judging the films”

For more information please contact and/or check

Propeller TV is broadcast from Immingham. It supports new and original programming, reaching more than 8 million homes in the UK on the Sky platform and 70 million homes across Europe.

Showcased Scifi shorts include the webseries Night Is Day

Also, since its launch in February 2006, Propeller’s programming has become widely regarded as among the most creative on the Sky platform showcasing raw, edgy and challenging television. This is also broadcasting with a purpose and the channel is committed to providing a comprehensive resource for education and professional development, creating jobs and opportunities for anyone with the desire to work in the film and television industry.

Horrorfest 2008 – Be Afraid Be Very Afraid!!

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  1. Malc Says:

    Watch their horror promo at

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