"You can't kill me, but you'll save me..."
March 3: 2020: The Zisi Emporium for B Movies put up a nice review of Body Farm here.
February 28, 2020: The UK Film Review and Darren Tilby review Body Farm here.
February 22: 2020: Today, Body Farm screens at The Lamp Theatre in Irwin, PA to celebrate a March 1 Worldwide Digital Release on March 1, 2020. Tickets are available here.
February 20, 2020: The Tribune Review featured co-directors Brandon Keenan and Nicholas LaMantia and Body Farm to promote the celebratory screening of the film at The Lamp Theatre in Irwin, PA at this link.
February 10, 2020: Kym Gable of KDKA interviewed Co-Directors Brandon Keenan and Nicholas LaMantia for a feature that ran on the 11 o'clock news in the Pittsburgh market. Here is the link.
February 9, 2020 : A Theatrical Celebration will take place on February 22 at The Lamp Theater in Irwin, PA. Tickets are available on the Watch Body Farm tab.
February 2, 2020: As of March 1, 2020, Body Farm will be on all of the five streaming services. Check back for a Theatrical Celebration.
January 31, 2020: Body Farm will screen internationally in 60 markets on five services-- DirecTV, Amazon Prime, Microsoft TV & Movies, iTunes, and Google Play.
September, 22, 2019: Body Farm is slated screened at the Pittsburgh LongCUT Film Festival where Brandon Keenan took home the Best Editing, and Michael Williams won the Best Visual Effects award.
July, 13, 2019: The Indie Horror Film Festival was held in DeKalb, IL, and Body Farm won Best Feature Film and Dave Machjer, our sound guy, took home best sound. Check out the fest here.
June 13, 2019: The New York Lift-Off Film Festival announced its online official selections with Body Farm among those selected to screen online with the potential for a large theatrical screening if it does well and is voted in.
June 3, 2019: Body Farm takes home another! The feature film has won Best Feature at the Bloody Horror International Film Festival in Ontario, CN. Check out their site here.
May 31, 2019: The 2019 Guerrilla Movie Maker Awards announced their film awards here. Body Farm won, was the runner up for, or was the honorable mention for nine awards at the show. The winning awards were Brandon Keenan for editing in a Low Budget Feature, Steven Croner and Tim Roberts for Best Cinematography on a Low Budget Feature, Best Ensemble Cast of the entire festival, and Michael Williams for Best Production Design and Best Makeup & Practical Effects. The film also was a runner up for Best Film in the Low Budget Feature category and for Best Action Scenes in the entire fest. It also saw Brandon Keenan and Brett Hollabaugh take home honorable mention for the entire festival in the categories of Best Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor, respectively.
May 15, 2019: Body Farm will screen at the Indie Horror Film Festival in DeKalb, IL on July 13 at 3:45pm. Directors Nicholas LaMantia and Brandon Keenan and yet-to-be-determined team members will be attendance and will be meeting with fans and selling merch. Check out the festival lineup here.
March 16, 2019: The Body Farm team is pleased to announce another Pittsburgh-area screening as we will be screening at 8pm on April 12 at the Parkway Theater in McKees Rocks, PA.
February 10, 2019: The Crown Wood International Film Festival has announced its winners for the January-February 2019 portion of their film festival, and Body Farm has won Best Horror Film for the month. We are now qualified to compete in the Annual Awards show at the end of the year. See all winners here.
January 9, 2019: The Independent Horror Movie Awards announced the individual winners, and Michael Williams, our special effects coordinator and Art Director, took home Best Gore for December 2018 and was nominated for Best Kill. View all winners here.
December 6, 2018: Body Farm screened at the Northeast Film Festival Horror Fest over the weekend, and writer Brandon Keenan took home Best Screenplay at the fest. Check out the festival's link here.
November 15, 2018: The Northeast Film Festival Horror Fest announced that Body Farm is an Official Selection in the their 2018 film festival in Teaneck, NJ on December 5 and 6. The announcement is here. Directors Nicholas LaMantia and Brandon Keenan will be in attendance for a Q and A following the screening.
November 4, 2018: The Depth of Field International Film Festival announced its list of Official Selections, and Body Farm made the cut as an official selection and one of the top three horror films. Check out the whole list of Official Selections for the festival here.
June 23, 2018: Body Farm takes home the award for Best Made in Pennsylvania at the Pittsburgh Independent Film Festival. Thank you to festival organizers and everybody who came out to view the movie to a sold-out crowd at the Fr. Ryan Arts Center.
June 18, 2018: The Tribune-Review ran an article on Body Farm and how it will open the Pittsburgh Independent Film Festival. Read it here.
May 15, 2018: Body Farm will open the Pittsburgh Independent Film Festival this June. Please stay tuned for more details as we're excited to bring it to our home city where it was shot in majority.
May 2018: A big thank you Carnegie Screenwriters and their "Fade In" show that hosted directors Brandon Keenan and Nick LaMantia on this month's episode of the PCTV series. Different episodes of the show can viewed at their YouTube page.
April 14, 2018: Body Farm screened at the Calcutta International Cult Film Festival. Thank you to all those involved with the festival for our inclusion in this month's screenings.
March 19, 2018: Body Farm is an Official Selection of its first film festival! The 16th season of Calcutta International Cult Film Festival has selected our film for its festival. To view all of the month selections for February '18, visit the CICFF's Website.
January 24, 2018: The Pitt News, the University of Pittsburgh's student newspaper ran an article on Body Farm and its directors Nicholas LaMantia and Brandon Keenan, two Pitt alumni. Pitt Alumni Produce "Body Farm" Film.