Welcome to the 2014 Buried Alive Film Fest

 Congratulations to the 2014 BAFF Winners

awardsBest Feature:
The Sunderland Experiment
Directed by: Sean Blau and Adam Petke
Best Feature

Best Short:
The Bear Family Secret
Directed by: Cintia Domit Bittar
Best Short

Best Animation:
Fists of Fire
Directed by: Tomi Malkki
Best Animation

¬†“What The Fuck?!” Award:
Directed by: Andy Stewart
Best WTF

Best Local “Golden Shovel” award:
Directed by: Patrick Longstreth and Robert McLean
Best Local

Local Runner-Up “Silver Spade” award:
Goat Witch
Directed by: James Sizemore
Best Local Runnerup
The jury had a rough time this year. There were so many great films! We thank everyone who participated in this year’s BAFF, it was our best year yet. We are already planning for our 10 year anniversary in 2015. Send us more films!


 2014 Buried Alive FIlm Fest will be held on Nov. 22-23 at Fabrefaction Theatre Conservatory

Come out and see some of the best independent films in the world! This November the Buried Alive Film Fest has a new home at Fabrefaction Theatre Conservatory with some of the most disturbing, visually appealing, and scary independent horror films in the world. Out of all of the submissions our judges have narrowed it down to this fine selection of horror gems. So grab a drink and see them all on a big screen with nice comfy seats!

The modern age of digital film-making has flooded the market with tons of films, one seemingly indistinguishable from the next. The depth and breadth of horror fandom, combined with the rapid growth of independent film-making, have led to an explosion in indie films dealing with the terrifying, macabre, gory, and bizarre.


Opening Night Party will take place FRIDAY Nov 21 at Joystick Game Bar

427 Edgewood Avenue
Atlanta, GA 30312


The Buried Alive Film Fest of Atlanta is your chance to prove your film’s worth. No matter if it’s feature-length or short-form, a slasher or a ghost story, a zombie flick or a horror comedy, a suspenseful thriller or a horror documentary, all films in this exciting and growing genre are welcome. Our staff and judges come from across the local horror community, and with their discerning eyes can truly decide what should remain buried and what should be unearthed.