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“Found” Wins Best Horror Feature at Phoenix Film Festival

The Copper Wing award for Best Horror Feature went to Found at the 13th annual Phoenix Film Festival‘s award ceremony at the Harkins Scottsdale 101 on Sunday night, April 7th. Director Scott Schirmer, co-producer and director of photography Leya Taylor, and associate producer/special effects artist Shane Beasley were present to accept the award. Found screened […]

“Found” Honored at Nevermore Film Fest

Found won the Best Feature Jury Award and Best Feature Audience Award at the 14th Annual Nevermore Film Festival in Durham, North Carolina. The three-day event took place February 22-24 at the historic Carolina Theatre and sold over 3,200 tickets — a record-breaking year for the festival. Found screened with eight other features and twenty-six […]

Interview with Scott Schirmer, Director of ‘Found’ – Mike Haberfelner, SearchMyTrash.com, Sept 2012

View the original article here. Your new film Found – in a few words, what is it about? Found is about a fifth-grade boy who discovers his older brother is a serial killer. How did the project get off the ground in the first place? And how did you get in touch with Todd Rigney’s […]

Monsters Inc.: Local special effects studio specializes in the gory and grotesque – Keith Roach, Bloomington Herald Times, 7/8/12

Click here to read the original article. UNIONVILLE — The monsters are born in a pole barn at the end of a long gravel driveway, surrounded by trees that keep their deadly secret. They take many forms. Werewolves. Serial killers. Alien deities. Goat-headed demons. They are the shadow outside the window, the bump in the […]

Locally Filmed Horror Movie a Creative Stretch – by Mike Leonard, Bloomington Herald Times, 10/23/11

Most actors will tell you they like to stretch themselves, but what Ethan Philbeck did over the summer was a bit extreme.One role he rehearsed was the duck character in the recently completed Cardinal Stage production of the charming children’s musical, “Click Clack Moo.” The other was a serial killer in local independent filmmaker Scott […]

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