The Record Exchange will host a horror soundtrack showcase in partnership with the Idaho Horror Film Festival and Payette Brewing Co. from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 15. As always, this Record Exchange event is free and all ages.
Enjoy free Payette Brewing Co. beer (21 and older with valid I.D.) and celebrate the start of the second annual Idaho Horror Film Festival as The Record Exchange’s own Rachel Prin spins cuts from classic and underground horror films, all on vinyl!
The Record Exchange is a proud sponsor of the second annual Idaho Horror Film Festival, taking place Oct. 15-18 throughout Downtown Boise.
The state’s premier genre film festival, the Idaho Horror Film Festival is a non-profit international film exhibition whose mission is to shine a spotlight on Idaho’s emerging filmmakers. The genre of horror is the common thread that has stitched itself into the fabric of the filmmaking community. Through the mediums of independent film, food, music, literature and art, IHFF strives to expand the cultural experience within Boise’s vibrant community. The festival aims to develop a supportive framework for Idaho’s emerging filmmakers with the mission of providing more access to resources and education for individuals wanting to explore the medium of film. By strengthening the film making community in Idaho, we will fan the flames of creativity and set Idaho’s film industry ablaze.
The festival is currently accepting films in five categories: Feature Length, Animated, Shorts, Foreign and the “locals only” classification of Spud and Guts. Spud and Guts is a no-fee contest designed to promote our native filmmakers. The Idaho Horror Film Festival is the launch pad for Idaho filmmakers.