I'm having a debate with a colleague of mine about the following word order:
Should it be: A short horror film competition
Or: A horror short film competition
He says that the first word order means it's a short competition not a short horror film. I disagree and think that his second option is wrong and has the adjectives in the wrong order.
Please can someone advise what is grammatically correct?
Thanks very much
Re: word order
I'd say 'short horror film'- it's a short version of a horror film.
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