The Night Attacks
is a new horror movie for the post-truth era.
Vince and Cora, two film makers set out to make a horror movie overseas. But what they find out is that some wars never end and they are caught in the middle of it.
Auditions are done and screenplay development is just about completed.
Stay tuned for movie progress & images
EARLY TEAM SIGN-UP NOW!
The 10TH ANNUAL
2018 GuignolFest 72-Hr
Horror Movie Contest kicks-off on:
FRIDAY, OCT. 19, 9PM
@ BEULAHLAND BAR, PORTLAND
Screening & Awards event:
Sunday, Oct. 28 @ 8PM
@ Clinton Street Theater, Portland
Watch past contest movies
EPISODE #4 WITH DACRE STOKER
Breakfast with Dacre Stoker! For the GuignolFest Podcast and media interview, Dylan Hillerman speaks with Dacre, the great grand-nephew of Bram Stoker and the history behind Bram's famous work, Dracula. They talk about theatre, Bram's early stories and aspirations, and Dacre's current publishing and film work. Stay tuned for the podcast and article in local publications. Thank you, Dacre!
(online or app)
GuignolFest Productions collaborates with other creatives to provide video documentation or original works.
Past works include: Archived work from Dylan and Julia individually. Also includes GuignolFest 72-Hr. Horror Movie Contest posters.
In this photo gallery, we visit locations that are haunted, historical, used for movie locations, or horror genre related.
Dylan Hillerman founded GF Productions in 2008 and is currently produced in partnership with Julia Reodica.
Dylan has foundations in graphics, theater and film, having directed, written and performed in over 100 productions, live and recorded, for over 25 years.
Julia has been an interdisciplinary artist since the early 1990's. She has performed, produced, and managed works in graphics, live performance, and multi-media, along with talent and studio management.
Portland's Original 72-Hr Horror Movie Contest
Horror Movie Production
GF Productions strives to bring together a community of people and creatives with interests in the horror movie genre, local movie making, fringe theater, and novel art-making.