The Apples are selected to screen as part of the 2017 edition VOID – International Animation Film Festival! Check it out on January 31, in Copenhagen, Denmark. Lækre, hvad en fest! Just saying…

VOID Film Festival

eerie horror fest

Apple tree has picked up the award for Best Director and the award for Best Short at Eerie Horror Film Festival 2016 in the USofA! Needless to say we are bloody grateful, cutthroat happy, hard gore overwhelmed and stick-it-in-and-break-it-off humbled by this recognition. Wish we could have been there. Thank you very much! …

Double win at Eerie HFF

Dragon Con 2016

77,000 people, one of the largest pop culture conventions in the world, and yet ANOTHER WIN for farmers, priests and worms! Under the Apple Tree had been awarded the FIRST PRIZE ANIMATED FANTASY at the 2016 Dragon Con Independent Short Film Festival Atlanta (USA). Thank you very much, dear Dragon Conmen, and a big …

Winner Dragon Con Animated Fantasy

Friday, October 2, 2015 Under The Apple Tree was honored with the prestigious Golden Calf award for Best Short Film at the Netherlands Film Festival (NFF). Director Erik van Schaaik was welcomed to the stage by two of his most esteemed colleagues, Oscar nominees Marieke Blaauw and Joris Oprins, to …

Golden Calf award Best Short Film

We’re selected for the U-Horror Fest, Los Angeles, USA. It’s “giving indie genre filmmakers the opportunity to show their movies to film lovers and film professionals such as producers, distributors and others”. Los Angeles! Wouldn’t it be nice if the likes of Guillermo del Toro or Tim Burton happened to …

U-Horror Fest Los Angeles

A brilliant stop-animated short giving a new spin on the zombie theme.

South African HorrorFest

There was a young woman of Ryde who ate too many apples and died. The apples fermented inside the lamented and made cider inside her inside.

Here’s a fantastic Apple Tree review by The Ink And Code: The New York City Horror Festival has come to an end and I’m pleased to say it was a great deal of fun to attend for the first time. One of my favorite parts was the showing of shorts …

Review

18 minutes of macabre delight, this short should be every child’s first horror experience

The Ink and Code