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Directors notes:

We Are The Weirdos: The Final Girls Present A Selection of the Best Horror Shorts in Recent Years

jumpcut online:

(Review) Blood Runs Down at Final Girls Film Festival in Berlin, Germany

Morbidly beautiful:

(Review) Blood Runs Down at Final Girls Film Festival in Berlin, Germany

cinema crazed:

(Review) Blood Runs Down at Final Girls Film Festival in Berlin, Germany

dead celluloid:

Women in Horror Month: An Interview with Zandashé Brown, director of Blood Runs Down for Dead Celluloid. Click below to read the full interview.

dead celluloid:

(Review)Southern gothic horror is a genre that is not seen often enough, but Zandashé Brown brings it to the front and center.

women in horror film fest:

Blood Runs Down takes home the award for BEST PSYCHOLOGICAL SHORT FILM at the Women in Horror Film Festival!

New orleans film Festival:

Blood Runs Down takes home the juried award for BEST LOUISIANA SHORT at the New Orleans Film Festival!

Graveyard shift sisters:

(Review) This short intertwines faith, doubt, and beauty with haunting visuals and sharp, unnerving sound design.

BLACKSTAR FILM FESTIVAL:

Blood Runs Down will have its east coast premiere in Philadelphia at BlackStar.

ARTS COUNCIL RADIO SHOW:

Filmmakers Zandashé Brown and Abe Felix, tells us how films influenced their lives and what's next.

Overlook film festival:

See the world premiere of Blood Runs Down at the festival's 1st year in America's most haunted city!

GRAVEYARD SHIFT SISTERS:

Southern Gothic For Real: Visual Artist & Storyteller Zandashé Brown on Black women, horror, & Louisiana.

Kickstarter:


Five New Orleans Filmmakers Launch Kickstarter Projects to Mark the City’s Tricentennial

shadow & act:

Kickstarter teams up with New Orleans filmmakers to produce 5 films to mark city’s tricentennial