Best Supporting Actress Win For Chomp’s Little Zombie Girl At Sunscreen Film Festival

Ellah Durliat and Lynne Hansen by Veronica Le Van Photography
Photo courtesy of Veronica Le Van Photography –

We are so tickled to share that Chomp’s Little Zombie Girl Ellah Durliat was honored with the Best Supporting Actress award at the Sunscreen Film Festival on Saturday, May 2. What an exciting way to cap off a fantastic festival for us! (That’s proud dad Andrew Durliat in the top picture with our five-year-old little star.) For more about Ellah on our Cast and Crew page.

Team Chomp at the Sunscreen Film Festival awards ceremony.
Ellah with her award the next day. Yup, she knows she’s awesome!
Ellah in Chomp! (Creepy eyes and SFX courtesy of Daryn Murphy.)










Dead in Decatur – Decatur, IL – June 12 – 13

Chomp is super-stoked to be playing at the Dead in Decatur Film Festival June 12-13, 2015. Full details here:

Necon – Portsmouth, RI – July 17

Chomp screening at Necon on Friday, July 17th at 10pm (estimated) in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. We’re so tickled we’re finally going to get to share Chomp with Camp Necon! More details about the convention here:

Tampa Bay Comic Con – Tampa, FL – July 31 – August 2

Chomp’s director Lynne Hansen will be appearing at Tampa Bay Comic Con, July 31 – August 2, including taking part in the “Geek Filmmaking on a Budget” panel with Monique Guggino and Shelly Stokes from Wicked Window Productions.

Full programming details on the Tampa Bay Comic Con website here:

Innovative Film Festival – Tampa, FL – June 14

Chomp is pleased to announce that it is an official selection of the Innovative Film Festival June 12-14 in Tampa, Florida.

We play Sunday, June 14 at 1:15 pm

Full details here:

GeekFest at AC Boardwalk Con – May 15 @ 3:00 pm

Chomp has been selected for a special “Best of GeekFest Year 1” screening at the AC Boardwalk Con, the launch con for Year 2 of Geekfest Los Angeles‘s GeekFest Film Fest.

We’ll be playing on Friday, May at 3:00, along with Time Keeper, the award-winning web series written, produced, and directed by Daryn Murphy, Chomp‘s director of photography.

At 1:00 pm that same day, He’s Not Looking So Great, the short film directed by Gregory G. Kurczynski, written by Chomp’s Lynne Hansen, will also be screening.

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World Horror Convention – Atlanta, GA – May 7-10


Chomp is pleased to announce that we will be screening at the World Horror Convention in Atlanta, Georgia May 7th – 10th with Gregory Lamberson’s Gave Up The Ghost (written by Jeff Strand) and the feature Jizzly Bear. The entire screening will be hosted by the indomitable John Skipp.

Come see it all on Thursday, May 7th at 9 pm!

For Chomp, director Lynne Hansen will be in attendance, and Jeff Strand, the screenwriter of Gave Up The Ghost, will be representing it.

You can also see Chomp‘s director at the Filmmaker’s Lounge panel Friday, May 8th at 5:00 pm, and the Horror as a Literacy Tool panel on Saturday, May 9th at 11:00 am.

Atlanta Marriott Marquis
265 Peachtree Center Avenue
Atlanta, GA 30303, US

For more details about this convention, visit

A Short Horror Comedy Directed by Lynne Hansen

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