“The Open Door” has just been made an official selection for the 2010 Festivus Film Festival. The highly regarded indie festival runs January 14th thru 17th in beautiful Denver Colorado. Bring your parka and get ready to see some great indie films. http://www.festivusfilmfestival.com
“The Open Door” continues its award winning film festival run. The Dark River Film Festival has chosen “DOOR” as its Best of the Fest…BEST FEATURE FILM! This is “DOOR’S” latest BEST FEATURE award and sixth award overall out of eight film festivals appearances.
(Oct 31, 2009 Fareham England) “The Open Door” Wins Best Feature Film and Daniel Booko wins Best Supporting Actor honors at Horror UK’s 28 Hours Later Film Festival. It’s wonderful to receive such an honor from our first international film festival! Congratulations to the entire OPEN DOOR TEAM!
TOD won “Best Special FX Make-up” at the recent Big Bear Horror Film Festival. High praise for young make-up artists Genevieve “Genna” Garner and Erika Godfrey who showed great skill and imagination. Well done!
The Open Door has been selected into competition at this year’s Dark River Film Festival. The Louisville Kentucky based festival will screen selected feature films, shorts and also include a screenplay competition. Awards will be announced in November.
Critics continue to heap praise on “The Open Door”. Themoviesmademedoit.com says, “The Open Door completely defies its indie roots, and nothing about it says “indie” or “Low-budget” in any way. Everything about the film seems so polished and so perfectly crafted that I’m half tempted to believe that this was a big budget Hollywood flick trying to pass for an indie release.” Read full review on our press page or go to http://www.themoviesmademedoit.com
(Las Vegas Nevada) “The Open Door” has been selected to receive a Silver Screen Award at this year’s Nevada Film Festival. The festival will present the award at the closing night ceremonies on November 21 at the Rampart Casino. Festival judges selected films they felt “…demonstrated standout filmmaking and is deserving of special recognition.”