The London Horror Society has launched a new membership service dedicated to helping up-and-coming horror writers, filmmakers and other creatives in the UK.
The society helps to spread the word about exciting new horror projects, and is dedicated to supporting low budget, independent filmmaking. Their new membership service, LHS Pro, will provide a network of creative professionals to help aspiring filmmakers and authors realise their visions for new entries in the horror genre.
It will also provide members with insight from established filmmakers, and a private Discord server where members can exchange ideas and offer support. More broadly, it is hoped that the service will answer many of the questions that the most promising new horror filmmakers have about production and reaching out to wider audiences.
The London Horror Society Founder, Chris Nials said “we’ve loved every minute we’ve spent trying to help new indie horror projects come to life over the past few years, and I’ve been personally humbled by the sheer array of talent we’ve had the pleasure of working with. We’ve designed LHS Pro specifically to try and help even more people bring their work to life, and share it with new audiences.”
LHS Pro will also offer a news digest and a Q&A covering different aspects of making and promoting horror movies. Topics covered in these Q&As will include marketing, crowdfunding and PR to name but a few.
London Horror Society members already have access to a number of ticketed screenings that showcase some of the best new horror movies being made from across the country. The society is currently preparing for their latest short film showcase, which will take place tomorrow exclusively on LHS TV. It starts tomorrow (10th April) at 19:00.
Basic membership of the society is free for all. More information is available on their website.