2017 Films

  • THE DUNDEE PROJECT
    Cult filmmaker Mark Borchardt (as seen in AMERICAN MOVIE) takes a trip to the UFO DAYS festival in Dundee, Wisconsin. Eccentric personalities abound as Mark poetically ruminates on why the compulsion to seek out little green men seems to converge in his home state.
  • DUNIA
    Little Dunia is asked to wait in the car in an effort to shield her from her mother's desperate decision, but when a curious cop comes a-knocking, Dunia's innocence is suspensefully put to the test.
  • EARWORM
    When a few measures of music get stuck in a man's head, the consequences are almost as disturbing as the source of the tune.
  • THE END OF DECAY
    A paraplegic scientist attempts a dangerous experiment to reclaim his mobility in this visceral bit of gruesome, wince-inducing body-horror.
  • THE ENDLESS
    When brothers Justin and Aaron return to the cult that they escaped from ten years ago, they encounter a web of secrets and mysteries that threatens to tear them apart.
  • FEAR: AUDIBLY
    Anxious that Judgment Day is on the horizon, Amal keenly awaits to hear the Trumpet of Doom; could the incessant mewing of cats in her office be the first harbinger? An eccentric and experimental rumination on the end of days.
  • FIRSTBORN
    Provocative Latvian director Aik Karapetian returns to Fantastic Fest with a new thriller that explores how far a meek architect will go to protect his dignity in the eyes of his wife in the aftermath of an attack.
  • FIVE FINGERS FOR MARSEILLES
    A troubled young man returns to the town he fled as a youth and is forced to confront his past (and the town's difficult future) in this gorgeous Sesotho language western.
  • FUCKING BUNNIES
    The comfortable routine of Raimo's middle-class life is interrupted when a Satan worshiping sex cult moves next door. A wickedly funny comedy of manners.
  • 100 Best Kids: THE GATE
    From the archival 35mm print!
  • GEMINI
    Our understandings of friendship, truth and celebrity are challenged when a heinous crime tests the complex relationship between a tenacious personal assistant (Lola Kirke) and her Hollywood starlet boss (Zoe Kravitz) in Aaron Katz's latest.
  • GENERATION B
    The generation gap has never been wider than it is in Pieter Van Hees' deliriously absurd satire, pitting old generation money against Millennial apathy — and the occasional naked anarchist — following Belgium's economic collapse.
  • GERALD’S GAME
    Flanagan unites with master of the macabre Stephen King for his cinematic interpretation of King's beloved GERALD'S GAME. Starring Carla Gugino and Bruce Greenwood, GERALD'S GAME delivers pitch-perfect performances in a faithful adaptation where the horrors of the mind are much worse than what's in front of you.
  • GILBERT
    GILBERT is the story of Gilbert Gottfried as never seen before, both a behind-the-scenes documentary and a poignant look at the life of a comedian who has more layers than most people can imagine.
  • GIRL AT THE DOOR
    A young girl gleans a few choice maneuvers from gym class that enable her to turn the tables on her abusive father.
  • GOOD MANNERS
    When lonely nurse Clara is hired as a nanny by wealthy Ana, she hardly expects anything like the friendship she finds with the lonely, pregnant woman. However, both women have dark secrets which will engulf all that they hold dear.
  • GREAT CHOICE
    A woman is trapped in a Red Lobster commercial. Sublime absurdity that crescendos to nightmarish heights and with remarkable emotional resonance.
  • HAGAZUSSA - A HEATHEN’S CURSE
    Set in the 15th Century in the Austrian Alps, Lukas Feigelfeld's HAGAZUSSA takes us back to a dark period in which even the remotest parts of Europe suffered from the paranoia and superstition of the time.