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Tuesday 28 February 2017
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Lynn Lowry attending 1st annual WIHFF

Every day the Women In Horror Film Festival (WIHFF) recieves more and more attention and not just from the media or those who have submitted films, but from celebrities like Lynn Lowry. Having spent over three decades acting, Lynn’s name is synonymous with horror flicks like Beyond The Dunwich Horror, Shivers, The Crazies,and more recently the hit, Model Hunger which we covered in our printed edition.
Recently Lynn was added as a VIP guest to the WIHFF which will take place Sept.21st-24th at the Crown Plaza & convention center Peachtree City. Tickets are on sale now.
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From the press release:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 11, 2017
CONTACT: Samantha Kolesnik & Vanessa Ionta Wright Women in Horror Film Festival wihfilmfest@gmail.com @WIHFF

Meet Horror Icon Lynn Lowry at the Women in Horror Film Festival!

Lynn Lowry, the iconic horror actress from films such as George A. Romero’s “The Crazies” (1973), David Cronenberg’s “Shivers” (1975), and Paul Schrader’s “Cat People” (1982), will be in attendance at this year’s Women in Horror Film Festival! Lynn also recently starred in the indie horror hit, “Model Hunger” (2016), directed by Debbie Rochon.

The Women in Horror Film Festival, which will take place from September 21 – 24 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel & Conference Center in Peachtree City, GA, will be a great opportunity for horror fans to come and meet this special guest. Lynn Lowry will be selling autographed posters, photos, DVDs and Blu-Rays at the event.

Tickets can be purchased in advance via the Women in Horror Film Festival website.

The Women in Horror Film Festival is also currently accepting film and screenplay submissions. Films and screenplays may be submitted via the Women in Horror Film Festival FilmFreeway page.

All finalists in all categories will receive a complimentary VIP pass to the festival. Winners in all categories will receive a custom designed trophy from genre sculpture artist Karl Libecap of Monster Dork Studio. Feature film finalists will be considered by international distributor, Terror Films, for distribution and the winning feature film will be featured in a 2-page spread in Dead, Buried and Back.

Screenplay winners will receive prizes from Inktip, Screenwriters University, The Writers Store, and Jungle Software. The best student film will receive a filmmaking grant, as well as a session with Mark Simon, who has worked in the industry for over three decades on major motion pictures such as One Missed Call, Nightmare On Elm Street 3, The Breakfast Club, Risky Business, and more. There will be even more prizes for winners and finalists TBA!

The Women in Horror Film Festival also currently has table reservations available for genre




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