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2016 October dates are:
27th, 28th, 29th, 30th / Halloween weekend !!!

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FB Image 1CALL FOR PAPERS For the World Vampire Congress 2016, part of the BSIFF. We invite all persons who are interested in speaking at the festival to submit an abstract of 200 words - max. Plus a genre related title indicating the planned content of your presentation. The final result will also depend on the number and the content of the submitted works for the seminars. All submitted proposals will be reviewed by the BSIFF management team. We will look for well constructed and researched stories. At the conference, your presentation can be supported by overhead projection of PDF files and illustrations or Power Point presentation. We strongly encourage such illustrated presentations, for ease and clarity for the audience. Speakers will be able to present costumes, poetry, fragments of short stories or novels, photography or graphic art, movie clips.Interested parties should send submissions of interest to info@bramstokerfilmfestival.com . Closing date 1st August 2016.
Bram Stoker International Film Festival
06th Feb 2016 14:27Show Comments
already love it!
Julia Filchenkova
I hope Dr Paul comes back, he was really interesting and good fun!
Betty Sambrook
But didn't Max Schreck die quite a long time ago? Like, 1936-long-time-ago? Don't think I'd like to just talk to a coffin. Lack of feedback and all that...Or is this not Nosferatu as in Count Orlok?
Jean Proctor
Vampires never die.
Charles Latimer

Michael Daviot
FB Image 2We are very sorry to hear about the unexpected death of Alan Rickman!
Bram Stoker International Film Festival
14th Jan 2016 21:30Show Comments
This has NOT been a good week. Not at all :'(
Miranda Black
It's been a horrid week so much tragedy xxxx
Wendy Smith
FB Image 3To celebrate the New Year’s honours list providing gongs for Cronies, Donors and Failures. We would like to offer a short film to highlight the plight of the devastated steelworkers on Teesside. A community and workforce this government could have saved without question. These are the men who should have been awarded Mr Cameron! This is one man’s story. His Winter of Discontent.Please feel free share.
Bram Stoker International Film Festival
31st Dec 2015 11:51Show Comments
Powerful stuff with a great performance from Mark Rathbone ...
Dave Jeffery
What a great story. Touching in every sense.
Charles Latimer
FB Image 4Merry Christmas from everyone at the Bram Stoker International Film Festival!
Bram Stoker International Film Festival
17th Dec 2015 17:40
FB Image 5A short documentary about the 2015 festival, featuring highlights and interviews. Feel free to tag yourselves and share!
Bram Stoker International Film Festival
27th Nov 2015 15:01Show Comments
Gavin Sisson, Lisa Starry,Nicole L Olson , Erin Gesine Kalli Sparish xxxx
Lisa Fallding
I miss this :(
Kirsty Taylor-Snell
Love this! Just shared with all the performers :)
Lisa Starry
Some great angles x
Lisa Fallding
A fitting tribute to an amazing event. Bought back a load of happy memories. Roll on 2016.
Ste Farr
Brilliant atmosphere, great friendly people. Documentary captures it all.
Charles Latimer
Who was that Aussie tart in the doco?? Oh yeah, that was me ;) I had such an amazing time at the festival and met so many very cool people! We were only there for the FOTN gig this year but we're hoping to be there in 2016 for the whole festival. I'll put my husband on the game to get airfare money if needs be! hahaha
Miranda Black
Can anyone tell me- who and what is the music for the first part of the documentary? I can't stop humming it! xx
Eloise de Vanian
FB Image 6Dear valued Bramily members,Further to many requests, we have taken the decision to offer our exclusive early bird 4 DAY passe(s) from today. We appreciate the program is not yet complete. But in the best traditions of the BSIFF you can expect a vast array of World class entertainment over the 4 days..Your exclusive pass will guarantee entry to all Movies, Vampires Ball, Music events, Drama productions, Lectures, Literary talks, a few surprises and a very Dark Sunday Night, of not to be missed entertainment to take us all into Halloween. You will not want to miss this night! Our resident host, "gin in hand", Mr Joe Black will be waiting for you!This exclusive offer ends on the 1st of January 2016. We expect high demand due to our new and future Halloween dates. 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th Oct- Halloween. So BOOK NOW. £85.Please refer to our web site for terms and conditions.http://www.bramstokerfilmfestival.com/tickets
Bram Stoker International Film Festival
08th Nov 2015 14:20Show Comments
It's a bit much IMO - WGT is about £75.
Sadie Bennett
BSIFF 4 days! Need I say more
Charles Latimer
This ticket includes 4 days of festival ( events+ movies) :)
Bram Stoker International Film Festival
Personally I think it is great value, but each to their own. I have never been disappointed by anything at the festival and that is coming from someone who was there the first year and has enjoyed watching it grow year on year. :-)
Teresa M. Ford
woohooo....take my money!!!
Victor Deville