Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey is a horror movie that will make its way to FrightFest 2023 as part of this year’s Glasgow Film Festival.
From March 9-11, the UK’s favorite fantasy horror event returns to the famous festival for 18 years.
This year’s bold lineup features the latest genre finds from around the world, spanning nine countries with an eclectic mix of world, international and UK premieres.
Tickets will go on sale on Wednesday, January 18, at noon.
Festival Co-Director Alan Jones said: “FrightFest is one of the strongest forces in the world of horror, sci-fi and extreme thriller, a reputation that has placed it firmly in our list of the top 10 essential fantasy festivals.
“We aim to stay ahead of the cooling curve, returning to the incomparable Glasgow Film Festival with a chill-out show of epic proportions.”
Dubbed Guillermo Del Toro’s “Woodstock of Gore,” FrightFest was founded in 2000 and has grown in size and stature since its religious roots in Prince Charles cinema.
Today it is world-famous for discovering exciting and original fantasy horror films and supporting the talent behind them, helping to launch the careers of directors such as Simon Rumley, Neil Marshall, Christopher Smith, Eli Roth, Gareth Edwards and Simon Hunter.
Over the years, festival directors Greg Day, Alan Jones, Paul McEvoy and Ian Rattray have developed FrightFest into a brand flagship for horror films, expanding its footprint in the UK by hosting special events throughout the year and joining forces with the Glasgow Film Festival, where They run a three day static event.
FrightFest kicks off with two specials on Thursday, March 9, opening in grand Gallic style with the UK premiere of Smoking Causes Coughing, a bizarre and absurdist sci-fi comedy from visionary director Quentin Dupieux, whose rubber film caused GFF FrightFest to premiere. 2010 Ehsas. This is followed by the UK premiere of SISUAnd A charming and nerve-wracking World War II epic from Finnish director Jalmari Hilander of Rare Exports fame.
Step into the haunted ‘Devil’s Manor’ as the traditional two-day FrightFest event kicks off on Friday, March 10th with the international premiere of #chadgetstheaxe, where Travis Bible finds comedy horror footage. Then we travel to an ancient mythical realm for the UK premiere of Irati, an epic Spanish dark adventure directed by Errementari Paul Urkijo Alijo, based on the graphic novel by JL Landa and J Munoz.
Rhys Frake-Waterfield’s makes his directorial debut with a parody of Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey. Pooh and Piglet are not happy and at its UK premiere, get ready for a trip to the Hundred Acre Wood like you’ve never seen it before. Friday night reaches its climax with the UK premiere of PensiveAnd Director Jonas Trokanas’ innovative horror journey into Prom Night from Hell.
The full Glasgow Film Festival kicks off on Wednesday 25 January.
It has been cemented as a major event in the UK’s cultural calendar. Launched in 2005, GFF has grown exponentially in importance and is now a major launch pad for films and one of the top film festivals in the UK.
GFF was named Big Screen Event of the Year at Screen International’s Big Screen Awards in November 2022 achieving a record 73% audience capacity in its first post-Covid in-person release.
Previous guests at the Gulf Film Festival have included Richard Gere, Alan Rickman, John C Reilly, Saoirse Ronan, George MacKay, Richard Dreyfuss, Karen Gillan, Jesse Buckley and Sir Michael Palin.
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