NOV 16–18, 2018 ATLANTA, GEORGIA

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Screenings

Pulp fiction & more

No, not that movie, but what we do have is a marathon weekend of “pulp” genres including action, mystery, fantasy, sci-fi, horror, and thriller fan favorites. Between our features, shorts, and fan films, everyone can catch a flick they’ll enjoy.

Check the screenings schedule!

A full schedule of the selected films for Atlanta.

Anna and the Apocalypse
Directed by John McPhail
UK/US, 2017, 1h 37min
Friday, November 16, 2018
12:00 AM — Main Stage

A zombie apocalypse threatens the sleepy town of Little Haven – at Christmas – forcing Anna and her friends to fight, slash, and sing their way to survival, facing the undead in a desperate race to reach their loved ones. But they soon discover that no one is safe in this new world, and with civilization falling apart around them, the only people they can truly rely on are each other.

Slice
Directed by Austin Vesely
US, 2018, 1h 23min
Saturday, November 17, 2018
12:00 AM — Main Stage

When a pizza delivery driver is murdered on the job, the city searches for someone to blame: ghosts? drug dealers? a disgraced werewolf?

FRI, NOV 16

12:00AM—2:00AM

Main Stage

Anna and the Apocalypse

SAT, NOV 17

12:00AM—2:00AM

Main Stage

Slice

SUN, NOV 18

10:00AM—11:00AM

Room 1

Paladins: Behind the Scenes / Lore Series / Armory Series

11:00AM—12:00PM

Room 1

SMITE: Jeff & BaRRaCCuDDa

12:00PM—1:00PM

Room 1

SMITE: Best of Drunk Mythology / Making of the Gods

1:00PM—2:00PM

Room 1

SMITE: Best of Lore Series

2:00PM—3:30PM

Room 1

Dark Roads 79

3:30PM—5:00PM

Room 1

Break on Through

5:00PM—6:00PM

Room 1

Strowlers

6:00PM—7:00PM

Room 1

The Gamers: Shadow Menace

7:00PM—8:00PM

Room 1

DreamHack Shorts and Fan Films

FEATURES: The stars of the show, they’re the films that’ll get you wrapped up in their incredible worlds. Grab your pillows, popcorn, and flashlights (kidding… kind of) and enjoy our late night shows on the big screen.

SHORTS: If you’re interested in watching something cool but don’t have a lot of time, the shorts offer up an easy way to enjoy bite-sized films. They’re especially good to catch when you have less than an hour.

FAN FILMS: Do you love watching cutscenes or fan-made trailers? If you’ve ever wished you could see a short live-action film based on a game, then you’ll be happy to know we’ve got some.

Entries closed

Thanks to all the folks who entered! Be sure to check back here next year to enter your film. Just so you know, we have shows year round in other cities. So don’t forget to look out for our next festival to enter your film into.

Quick facts about entering

The full rules are available on the entry form, but this is some basic info to get you started.

Eligibility: You may enter a film, TV show, internet video, short, or cartoon (including anime). Screenings must be delivered in a final format before the event, but can be in rough cut form at the time of entry. If you’re submitting a rough cut, we reserve the right to reject the film based on lack of information. If an individual, you must be at least 18 years old.

To keep consistent with the DreamHack demographic, please keep the genre to the following: Horror, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Anime, Animation, and anything typically accepted within the gaming community (please remember this does not limit content, but genre only). Your film must have been released either in 2018 or planned to release sometime in the future.

Selection Process: The DreamHack Staff reviews all of the films submitted and considers them based on the materials entered. There are no entry fees.

Perks:  Your film will be promoted on our site and social channels. Each company representing the film will receive 2 complimentary DreamHack 3-Day tickets to the event.

For any questions regarding the Screenings, contact activities@dreamhack.com