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‘In the Night, in the Dark’ World Premiere

‘In the Night, in the Dark’ premiered at the 22nd Galway Film Fleadh on Friday, 9th July in the Town Hall Main Theatre to a near full and suitably spooked screening room as part of the new Irish Shorts Drama Programme.

Crowds gather for the New Irish Shorts Drama Programme at Galway's Town Hall Main Theatre

‘Wheels of Death’ rolls on to Atlanta

‘Wheels of Death’ is set to screen at the 7th Atlanta Underground Film Festival (August 27 – 29, 2010), Atlanta, Georgia, USA. ‘Wheels’ will also screen at the Atlanta Shortsfest, held August 6 – 8 at the Plaza Theatre and the Highland Inn Ballroom Lounge . Click here for details!

Killing Boxx reviews ‘Wheels of Death’.

Killing Boxx reviews ‘Wheels of Death’ ahead of its San Francisco premiere at the A Nightmare  To Remember Film Festival this weekend:

‘In the Night, in the Dark’ to premiere at Galway Film Fleadh

Things are about to go bump...

First Quarter Films are proud to announce that their latest super short shocker, ‘In the Night, in the Dark’, is an official selection of the 22nd Galway Film Fleadh (July 6th – 11th, 2010). This will be the world premiere of the short, which stars Emma Keane as a young woman who wakes in the night to find she’s not alone in her bedroom…

Full 2010 Programme here

Shooting wraps on ‘Taxi at Midnight’.

We completed principal photography on our latest short film ‘Taxi at Midnight’ on Tuesday the 25th of May. A romantic piece about a man who leaves a woman and takes a taxi home at midnight, the film stars Ryan O’Connor (‘The Tudors’, ‘Trick or Treat’), Zena Al-Nazer (‘Wheels of Death’, ‘Hot Country’), and Victor Feldman (‘The Cow’). Director Edward Kennedy will begin post production with editor Billy Keane in June. First Quarter Films regular Ian Horner will compose the score.

‘Wheels of Death’ to roll over San Francisco

A Nightmare To Remember 2010 PosterWheels of Death will be screening as part of the 3rd Annual A Nightmare To Remember International Horror Film Festival at the Opera Plaza Cinema in San Francisco on the 26th of June.

This short film festival is boasting a strong lineup this year, including the excellent Death In Charge from directorix Devi Snively so if you’re in the area come June 26th it would be a crime to miss it.

Advanced tickets and directions are available here.

‘Wheels of Death’ screening tonight!

Poster for Allthingshorror February screening

First Quarter Films are proud to have another short, ‘Wheels of Death’, screening as part of allthingshorroronline’s second batch of independent horror movie screenings taking place tonight in Somerville, MA, USA. Go to for details.

Shooting wraps on ‘In the Night, In the Dark’

Rob Kennedy directs Emma Keane in 'In the Night, In the Dark'

First Quarter Films have wrapped shooting on a super short shocker, ‘In the Night, In the Dark’ Thursday night (Jan 21st) and director Rob Kennedy will begin post production on the project with Producer/collaborator Andrew Mahon next week. This marks the teams’ first time working with the wonderful Emma Keane and the daunting Red One! Keep an eye out for the finished film soon!

‘Trick or Treat’ to kick off All Things Horror inaugural screening

The guys at have selected ‘Trick or Treat’ to kick off their inaugural screening of “truly independent horror film features and shorts”.

‘Trick or Treat’ – about a young woman terrorised by a most unusual trick or treater –  will screen Wednesday January 6 at the Somerville Theater, 55 Davis Square, Somerville MA 02144 from 7 – 9 pm
Price: $5

Catch a clip here:

Wheels of Death Screens

Our short film Wheels of Death was exhibited at the New York City Horror Film Festival on Friday the 20th of November at Tribeca Cinemas in Manhattan. The show sold out and we had a full house. The other shorts in our program included X-Mess Detritus, Death in Charge, Hunger, Sinkhole, Attackazoids, Deploy!! and afterwards the feature film Sweatshop screened.  Our film got plenty of laughs and we met some great people at the festival. We particularly enjoyed X-Mess Detritus, Death in Charge, and Sinkhole, which won the award for best short film. We also enjoyed Gigi Romero’s short film Together. We would like to thank festival director Michael Hein for being supportive of our film and giving us a great reception in the big apple! To read Mike Snoonian’s review of Wheels of Death on his blog All Things Horror.

Check out photos from the event after the jump…

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