Central City Media announced it will release documentary FrightFest: Beneath the Dark Heart of Cinema on March 4 via iTunes, Amazon, Virgin Media, Google Play and YouTube.
The horror genre has been buoyant since FrightFest first took place at the Prince Charles cinema, off London’s Leicester Square, in 2000 but it is only now that the studios have really begun to sit up and pay attention, says the event’s Co-Director Alan Jones. Christopher Barrett reports.
Signature Entertainment and FrightFest announced an exclusive partnership that will see Signature release FrightFest curated films under the festival’s thriving label “FrightFest Presents”.
Arrow Video and FrightFest announced a one-year partnership deal, which sees the independent film distributor become headline sponsor for the UK’s biggest and most popular genre film festival.
In the week that sees FrightFest launch VOD platform FrightFest Presents, the UK genre film festival announced the creation of a merchandising and retail arm, FrightFest Enterprises.