2017 Short Films

  • SETACEOUS
    An incessant car alarm attracts the curiosity of a cul-de-sac's residents with chilling consequences. A measured slice of suburban horror that implies and terrifies.
  • TWO SENTENCE HORROR STORIES: SINGULARITY
    After a transgender biohacker implants revolutionary technology into her own body, she is terrified to discover she can tap more than just the internet.
  • TWO SENTENCE HORROR STORIES: SNAP
    A notoriously cruel celebrity blogger dismisses a mysterious foe as harmless...until he wakes up to a video of himself sleeping on his own phone.
  • STAY

    STAY

    Dir. David Mikalson
  • STAY
    Satan sucks, but this pitch-black comedy about catching the eye of the prince of darkness is the best.
  • THE TESLA WORLD LIGHT
    Visionary inventor Nikola Tesla makes one last appeal to his benefactor in Matthew Rankin's mesmerizing live-action/animated hybrid that paints with light itself to conjure its indelible abstract visuals.
  • THURSDAY NIGHT
    Hypnotic cinematography buoyed by a ghostly soundscape envelops remarkable canine performances in this moody, experimental nightmare.
  • TOOTH FAIRY
    A greedy young boy discovers that the Tooth Fairy is a stickler for the rules in this frightening permutation of the folk figure.
  • UFO DAYS
    A fascinating fusion of documentary and fiction against the backdrop of UFO DAYS that juxtaposes a Ufology lecture with the rural wanderings of an enigmatic "visitor."
  • THE VETTING
    A twitchy and hysterically garish political satire in which a US senator is vetted for a Presidential nomination by a 6,000 year old telepath that secretly rules the Earth.
  • THE VIEW FROM HERE
    A delirious puppet-theatre libretto that depicts two lovers nostalgically yearning for the good-old-primordial-soup days of yore.
  • VIULU
    When a precious violin is snatched by gangsters, an ex-hitman wreaks some serious martial-vengeance in an effort to reclaim it.
  • VOYEUR

    VOYEUR

    Dir. Claire Stradwick, Charlotte Lam
  • VOYEUR
    The private spaces of women are unnervingly encroached upon by a masculine other in this confrontational work that shifts cinema's scopophilic gaze back on to the audience.
  • YOUR DATE IS HERE
    An old Mystery Date-style board game holds more evil than amusement in this expertly wound fright flick.
  • ZARR-DOS
    Two grotesque floating heads engage in an aerial waltz of wanton destruction in this spectacularly animated epic. You won't have a clue, but you'll appreciate the cosmic justice.