COLOR OUT OF SPACE wins big at 24th Annual H. P. Lovecraft Film Festival, plus all 2019 Award Winners!

Congratulations to all the 2019 H. P. Lovecraft Film Festival Award Winners! With over 45 short and feature films, we had more films than ever eligible for awards. Choosing the winning films was extremely difficult, and all the filmmakers whose films were accepted this year should be extremely proud.


Categories and winning films are:


Best Feature: Color Out of Space by Richard Stanley

Best Short Film: "Red Moon" by Thomas Chrétien

Best Adaptation: "The Last Incantation" by Woodruff Laputka

Best Screenplay: "Flypaper" by Brian Hauser

Audience Choice: Color Out of Space by Richard Stanley

*Lovecraft Under the Gun: "Secluse" by team Monsieur Soeur

**Pickman's Apprentice: "Romantic Shoggoth" sculpture by Monstark

Spiritus Nostrae: presented to Vincent Price


*Lovecraft Under the Gun is a 72 hour film competition. Teams have 3 days to make a short film from scratch, using a line of dialogue and a prop that are revealed when they register. The audience chooses the winner based on technical merit, creativity, and how well they used the prop and line of dialogue.

**Pickman's Apprentice is a live art competition. This year's challenge was to create an original sculpture in 2 hours based on a Lovecraftian monster and mood. The finished works are sold by silent auction. The proceeds are being donated to relief efforts after the devastation of Hurricane Dorian.