A couple of weeks ago I submitted “Frankenfriend” to a whole slew of film festivals across the U.S., Canada, and Europe via the Film Freeway and Withoutabox online platforms. Both sites definitely have their attributes, but one thing I especially love about the latter is that your film (short and feature length) can qualify to have its own IMDB page depending on which festivals you submit to and whether or not their status is reflected as “in consideration” – in this case, an IMDB page for “Frankenfriend” was automatically generated once the piece was “in consideration” for the 2nd annual Famous Monsters Presents Silver Scream Film and Comic Fest. Here is the link:
So far I’ve added a poster image, a behind the scenes cast and crew photo, credits, a tagline, a quick storyline blurb, a link to the official site here, and external links to the teaser and trailer on Youtube which can be found here:
Additionally, “Frankenfriend” needs a minimum of five ratings on a 1 – 10 scale until an overall rating is reflected on the page . . . so I could definitely use outside help (hey, it’s not fair for me to rate my own short) and will provide a link below featuring my original submission posted on the Boomtown Film and Music Festival’s “Small and Creepy” contest entries page on October 31st, 2016:
Thank you for stopping in and have a great day!
Charles M. Kline
Writer / Producer / Director, “Frankenfriend”