Horror/Thriller Festival – Today’s Testimonial

Romén Rivero
Romén Rivero

Even though I couldn’t attend the event it was such an honour to have been awarded Best Cinematography for my short Noctámbulos (Night Owls)! Great organization and communication. I really love the audience feedback video!

5 Star Review

THRILLER Festival Testimonial – March 29 2019

Zenfinity Pictures

We set out to make a short that got people talking and your platform helped us achieve that goal. You analyzed and then screened our film for an active and diverse audience who gave detailed and insightful feedback. We’re delighted and humbled Incall was well received by the majority of viewers. Thank you FEEDBACK Film Festival for providing us a unique and meaningful experience and for offering your support and guidance beyond the festival. Rachael & Bevin (Directors – Incall)

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THRILLER Festival Testimonial – March 28 2019

It was absolutely great and exciting (seeing the FEEDBACK Video on my film). Thank you and the audience a lot. I also watched feedbacks of other works that screened. I need to admit that the audience in Toronto is much more film literate, and has a greater sense than most audiences that I have ever seen. The comments and reactions to the film was really nice. Although it was screened in many festivals and events in various countries, that video is the only real feedback that I got from an audience except in my country and except from people working for festivals. It was great too see that the film is still meaningful, fun to watch and has a real reflection in different countries. 
– Kagan Kerimoglu (The Wheel of Time, Short Film)

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THRILLER Festival Testimonial – March 22 2019

Matthew Steggles

It’s rare to get a group of strangers talk openly about your film, what a valuable experience! This really is worth the entry fee!

The team’s communication is fantastic and they are very supportive of the filmmakers. They have also created some great marketing material for my film which is always a bonus, this has boosted my film on social media.

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THRILLER Festival Testimonial – March 19 2019

My short film Lucy was accepted at Wildsound Festival back in 2016 with quite good feedback and live audience commentary so I’ve known the organisation in general. Looking forward to visiting Canada and attending live at some point…

Watch the Screenplay Reading: 

Genre: Horror, Mystery, Drama

Logline: Jeff, his fiancee Helena and his brother Mark get lost on their way back from a friends wedding As they try to look for help they meet Jack at an eerie roadside motel. But things are not what they seem and Jack explains someone has already been left behind. They must decide who will be the one after Jack forces them to reveal a terrible secret.


Elena – 30 – Brittany Clough
Jack – 36 – Ron Boyd
NARRATION – Anne McMaster
Mark – 25 – Rhys Harrison
Jeff – 41 – Hugh Ritchie

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THRILLER Festival Testimonial – March 5 2019

I was intrigued that they drilled down into the thematic content of the project because that was what was most important to me. There were some intelligent, well-considered observations that made me feel like, ah, perhaps we did our job as film makers that our work prompted such a response. Myself and my lead actress did chuckle about the guy who didn’t feel it was plausible for a small girl to beat up an adult male. That was rather the point of the film, when a woman wants something, you need to be a powerhouse to stop her!

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AMBER, 14min, USA, Thriller/Drama
Directed by Andi OshoA teen fan fiction writer takes her boyband obsession too far in a twisted, late night confrontation with the object of her desires.

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THRILLER Festival Testimonial – February 27 2019

It’s a very nice festival

Watch the Screenplay Reading: 

First you use machines; then you wear machines; then you… A message splattered on the subway walls fifty years ago and now, today, the battle cry of the anti-techno revolution.


Michael – Malcolm Allcorn
Male #2 – Brogan Caulfield
Narration – Bree Ali
Bromm – Ted Power
Female – Katelyn Varadi
Announcer – Danielle Nicole


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