Zach C. from Northern California uploaded this footage from his home security cameras shortly before he went missing. We (the UFF staff) have edited in some info for our film fest because we think this perfectly illustrates what we found footage horror voyeurs are after. Get home safe Zach!
Find a corpse gripping a camera? Fake a documentary for a personal agenda? Wear a GoPro to invade someones privacy? Send us the footage, people are dying to see it! ;)
The Unnamed Footage Festival will be returning to the San Francisco Bay Area, February 2019 for 3-days of Found Footage Horror/Faux-Documentary/POV Cinema
“UFF Re-calibration Party” - Thursday 2/21 @ the Artists Television Access
Unnamed Footage Festival - Friday 2/22 & Saturday 2/23 @ The Historic Balboa Theatre.
UFF2 is presented by:
The Overlook Theatre is a bay area based site whose focus is promoting local events and cultivating a sense of community among genre film fans. In addition to bi-weekly screenings, weekly film release highlights, group film reviews, and think piece editorials, they have branched out into the podcast world, and are quickly coming up on the milestone hundredth episode of The Overlook Hour podcast.
The Overlook Hour Podcast has interviewed several found footage film makers, from Eduardo Sanchez (The Blair Witch Project) to David Stieve (Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon), in a continuing struggle to share the insight and inspiration behind creating a first person film despite general horror fan stigma. New episodes are released on all major podcast platforms every Thursday.
Found Footage Horror has been a stigmatized horror sub-genre since 1999. It wasn’t until Found Footage Critic appeared that fans had a voice and a critic who not only understood the genres strict parameters but also helped define them. We’re honored to have Found Footage Critic as a sponsor for UFF2.
POV Horror is the Netflix for Found Footage Horror fans, at half the price. If you consider yourself a hardcore footage hunter or a voyeur supreme you better have POV Horror.
All photo creatures exposed by Trevor Henderson
Trevor Henderson is a master of exposing unseen creatures and illustrator.
Since their founding in 2006, Severin Films has become the foremost studio dedicated to rescuing, restoring and releasing the most controversial and provocative features from around the world.
Intervision Picture Corp. is a clearing house for the strangest and most powerful visions ever unleashed on home video. From shot-on-video oddities to outsider art and beyond.
Based in San Francisco, CA Dreams for Dead Cats Productions LLC is a creative, independent, DIY collaborative production team run by Craig Jacobson and Cassandra Sechler, specializing in photography, design, film and video, editing, music & sound effects, prop design, & make-up.
The Glory Hole is a San Francisco public access show that leads the charge of indie artists against censorship & stupidity. We’re honored to be supported by Dave O’Shea and his crew and proud to support them right back.