Chills and Thrills: Late Night Shorts

 Saturday, February 17th

ticket9:45 – 11:40PM
NAVAL HERITAGE CENTER
$11 IN ADVANCE HERE OR AT THE DOOR


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APE

Directed by Noah J Dunbar
(UK / 2017 / 10mins / DC Premiere)

In an England adjacent to our own reality, Travis Bates, an obsessive, impotent, angry young man, is seduced from isolation by an online movement of chauvinism and primal patriarchy.


Death by Script

Directed by Jason Kessler
(USA / 2017 / 9mins / World Premiere)

A Hollywood script reader comes across a script that may or may not cause the horrific death of anyone who passes on it.


Photokill

Directed by Lance J. Reha
(UK / 2017 / 19mins / DC Premiere)

A thief steals a camera that he later discovers contains photos of a hideous crime. Now he and his girlfriend fear they are the next target as the photographer seeks revenge.


PUNCHLINE

Directed by Joseph Robert Redl
(USA / 2017 / 15mins / DC Premiere)

What nudges Dante closer and closer to the edge of his own self delusions is a punch line.


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Three

Directed by Jordan Miller
(USA / 2017 / 12mins / DC Premiere)

Peter Graham finds himself in a conversation with a demon who promises to fulfill his deepest desires. Now he must battle with his own conscience to decide how far is too far, and what price is too great.


Toll Booth

Directed by Martin Stocks
(UK / 2017 / 11mins / US Premiere)

Working in an isolated toll booth, one man suspects something lurks outside in the fog and slowly descends into the darkness.


Writer’s Block

Directed by Alex Mendez Giner
(USA, Mexico / 2017 / 9mins / World Premiere)

A writer in the middle of her creative process, receives a series of anonymous packages with morbidly disturbing content.


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