Event: The Misty Moon International Film Festival – Halloween 2018

The Misty Moon International Film Festival is back again this Halloween, for another year of fantastic indie films and will be held on Saturday the 27th October at London’s ‘The Cinema Museum’, a venue of significant cultural importance within England’s capital city.

We are looking for short films of all genres to be submitted but as it is near Halloween and our judges are made up of actors and actresses from well know horror films we would appreciate a smattering of short horrors as well.

The evening will be hosted by legendary comedy duo Trevor and Simon, best known for BBC1’s Saturday morning alternative comedy shows Going Live! and Live and Kicking.

To submit a filmhttps://filmfreeway.com/MistyMoonInternationalFilmFestival

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Video: Lost Soul – A Film By Robo Films

From the people that brought you “The Landlady” Robo Films presents “Lost Soul” a micro horror starring Bond Girl Nina Muschallik and introducing Alicia Doe. Filmed entirely on location at Brockley cemetery in November 2015.  A fabulous film written and directed by Jason Read. Premiered on Saturday the 13th February at The Cinema Museum as part of a retrospective of work by Robo Films and Rory O’Donnell, Lost Soul has a slight nod to Friday the 13th………..

Event: Autumn Line Up 2015

3As the evenings draw in and the season of mists and mellow fruit fullness drape across the land The Misty Moon Film Society hosts a wonderful line up of guests to warm even the coldest of nights.  From Corrie, to Doctor Who, to Please Sir!, to classic American Horror there is something for everyone this season @ FlatPlanet & The Cinema Museum……

Press: Malevolent Magazine

11748574_1608735579402357_951404936_nAs part of Malevolent Magazine’s Halloween issue there will be a special article on The Misty Moon Film Society and The Curator Stuart Morriss.  Also there will be interviews with Horror Legends, Tony Moran, Eileen Dietz, Tony Todd, Tom Holland, Bill Moseley, Ari Lehman and the original Misty Mooner and Final Girl Adrienne King.  Art work by Amy Humphries of Malevolent Magazine from an original photograph by John Chase.