SHORT FILM SHOWCASE ONE

101 FILMS DISCOVERY SCREEN THREE
 26 AUGUST 3.45 PM

 

The most terrifying situations can lead to horrifying consequences, in The Last Dance, Smile, The Days That (Never) Were, and The Living, starring Brad Dourif. You should be careful who has control over your mind and body, in alum Meat Friend, Cicada, and Skin & Bone, with Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadoski. Horror can be found in the strange and complex, in Halves Through Night, and From.Beyond. And the showcase bookends stories of men caught in quite desperate situations as they try to get ahead, in Cruise, and Guts, from showcase favourite Chris McInroy.

 

Guts (London Premiere)

Director: Chris McInroy. Cast: Kirk Johnson, Jeremy King. USA 2021. 8 min.

Horace has the guts to get the job and get the girl, but that might be what’s standing in his way.

 

From.Beyond (European Premiere)

Director: Fredrik S. Hana. Norway 2022. 14 min.

What we will experience on our first encounter with alien life is beyond our imagination.

 

Smile (UK Premiere)

Director: Joanna Tsanis. Cast: Konstantina Mantelos, Ashley Laurence. Canada 2021. 7 min.

When a young woman struggles to smile, her depression becomes something truly monstrous.

 

The Living (UK Premiere)

Director: Cleo Handler. Cast: Brad Dourif, Cleo Handler. USA 2021. 13 min.

A vampire with an addictive personality finds a therapist to help him kick his blood habit.

 

The Last Dance (UK Premiere)

Director: Dana Bizri. Cast: Eli Chkreba, Maria Sarrouh. Lebanon 2021. 7 min.

A young boy struggles to take care of his mother after she decides to keep the corpse of her dead husband.

 

Skin & Bone (European Premiere)

Director: Eli Powers. Cast: Amanda Seyfried, Thomas Sadoski. USA 2021. 17 min.

A drifter begins having haunting visions after taking a job on a secluded farm.

 

Halves Through Night (UK Premiere)

Director: Lina Laraki. Cast: Ibrahim Karansal. France 2021. 11 min.

On an eerie evening, a mechanic finds himself caught in the transitional space between the living and the dead.

 

Cruise (London Premiere)

Director: Sam Rudykoff. Cast: Simon Pond, Ray James, Chad Andrews. Canada 2021. 7 min.

We’ve all received scam phone calls, but what about the person making the calls?

 

Cicada (London Premiere)

Director: Daewon Yoon. Cast: Nina Kim. Republic of Korea 2021. 17 min.

A prostitute encounters a visitor who seems both familiar and alienated to her.

 

The Days That (Never) Were (UK Premiere)

Director: Pedro Rivero, Kevin Iglesias Rodríguez. Spain 2022. 11 min.

Three characters are about to have the best time of their lives ... until a strange phenomenon appears to interrupt everything.

 

Meat Friend (European Premiere)

Director: Izzy Lee. Cast: Marnie McKendry, Steve Johanson. USA 2022. 8 min.

An ex-con, sentient pile of hamburger meat teaches after-school lessons to a child.

 

 

 

 

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The most terrifying situations can lead to horrifying consequences, in The Last Dance, Smile, The Days That (Never) Were, and The Living, starring Brad Dourif. You should be careful who has control over your mind and body, in alum Meat Friend, Cicada, and Skin & Bone, with Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadoski. Horror can be found in the strange and complex, in Halves Through Night, and From.Beyond. And the showcase bookends stories of men caught in quite desperate situations as they try to get ahead, in Cruise, and Guts, from showcase favourite Chris McInroy.

 

Guts (London Premiere)

Director: Chris McInroy. Cast: Kirk Johnson, Jeremy King. USA 2021. 8 min.

Horace has the guts to get the job and get the girl, but that might be what’s standing in his way.

 

From.Beyond (European Premiere)

Director: Fredrik S. Hana. Norway 2022. 14 min.

What we will experience on our first encounter with alien life is beyond our imagination.

 

Smile (UK Premiere)

Director: Joanna Tsanis. Cast: Konstantina Mantelos, Ashley Laurence. Canada 2021. 7 min.

When a young woman struggles to smile, her depression becomes something truly monstrous.

 

The Living (UK Premiere)

Director: Cleo Handler. Cast: Brad Dourif, Cleo Handler. USA 2021. 13 min.

A vampire with an addictive personality finds a therapist to help him kick his blood habit.

 

The Last Dance (UK Premiere)

Director: Dana Bizri. Cast: Eli Chkreba, Maria Sarrouh. Lebanon 2021. 7 min.

A young boy struggles to take care of his mother after she decides to keep the corpse of her dead husband.

 

Skin & Bone (European Premiere)

Director: Eli Powers. Cast: Amanda Seyfried, Thomas Sadoski. USA 2021. 17 min.

A drifter begins having haunting visions after taking a job on a secluded farm.

 

Halves Through Night (UK Premiere)

Director: Lina Laraki. Cast: Ibrahim Karansal. France 2021. 11 min.

On an eerie evening, a mechanic finds himself caught in the transitional space between the living and the dead.

 

Cruise (London Premiere)

Director: Sam Rudykoff. Cast: Simon Pond, Ray James, Chad Andrews. Canada 2021. 7 min.

We’ve all received scam phone calls, but what about the person making the calls?

 

Cicada (London Premiere)

Director: Daewon Yoon. Cast: Nina Kim. Republic of Korea 2021. 17 min.

A prostitute encounters a visitor who seems both familiar and alienated to her.

 

The Days That (Never) Were (UK Premiere)

Director: Pedro Rivero, Kevin Iglesias Rodríguez. Spain 2022. 11 min.

Three characters are about to have the best time of their lives ... until a strange phenomenon appears to interrupt everything.

 

Meat Friend (European Premiere)

Director: Izzy Lee. Cast: Marnie McKendry, Steve Johanson. USA 2022. 8 min.

An ex-con, sentient pile of hamburger meat teaches after-school lessons to a child.

101 FILMS DISCOVERY SCREEN THREE
 26 AUGUST 3.45 PM

The most terrifying situations can lead to horrifying consequences, in The Last Dance, Smile, The Days That (Never) Were, and The Living, starring Brad Dourif. You should be careful who has control over your mind and body, in alum Meat Friend, Cicada, and Skin & Bone, with Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadoski. Horror can be found in the strange and complex, in Halves Through Night, and From.Beyond. And the showcase bookends stories of men caught in quite desperate situations as they try to get ahead, in Cruise, and Guts, from showcase favourite Chris McInroy.

 

Guts (London Premiere)

Director: Chris McInroy. Cast: Kirk Johnson, Jeremy King. USA 2021. 8 min.

Horace has the guts to get the job and get the girl, but that might be what’s standing in his way.

 

From.Beyond (European Premiere)

Director: Fredrik S. Hana. Norway 2022. 14 min.

What we will experience on our first encounter with alien life is beyond our imagination.

 

Smile (UK Premiere)

Director: Joanna Tsanis. Cast: Konstantina Mantelos, Ashley Laurence. Canada 2021. 7 min.

When a young woman struggles to smile, her depression becomes something truly monstrous.

 

The Living (UK Premiere)

Director: Cleo Handler. Cast: Brad Dourif, Cleo Handler. USA 2021. 13 min.

A vampire with an addictive personality finds a therapist to help him kick his blood habit.

 

The Last Dance (UK Premiere)

Director: Dana Bizri. Cast: Eli Chkreba, Maria Sarrouh. Lebanon 2021. 7 min.

A young boy struggles to take care of his mother after she decides to keep the corpse of her dead husband.

 

Skin & Bone (European Premiere)

Director: Eli Powers. Cast: Amanda Seyfried, Thomas Sadoski. USA 2021. 17 min.

A drifter begins having haunting visions after taking a job on a secluded farm.

 

Halves Through Night (UK Premiere)

Director: Lina Laraki. Cast: Ibrahim Karansal. France 2021. 11 min.

On an eerie evening, a mechanic finds himself caught in the transitional space between the living and the dead.

 

Cruise (London Premiere)

Director: Sam Rudykoff. Cast: Simon Pond, Ray James, Chad Andrews. Canada 2021. 7 min.

We’ve all received scam phone calls, but what about the person making the calls?

 

Cicada (London Premiere)

Director: Daewon Yoon. Cast: Nina Kim. Republic of Korea 2021. 17 min.

A prostitute encounters a visitor who seems both familiar and alienated to her.

 

The Days That (Never) Were (UK Premiere)

Director: Pedro Rivero, Kevin Iglesias Rodríguez. Spain 2022. 11 min.

Three characters are about to have the best time of their lives ... until a strange phenomenon appears to interrupt everything.

 

Meat Friend (European Premiere)

Director: Izzy Lee. Cast: Marnie McKendry, Steve Johanson. USA 2022. 8 min.

An ex-con, sentient pile of hamburger meat teaches after-school lessons to a child.

SHORT FILM SHOWCASE ONE

 

101 FILM DISCOVERY SCREEN THREE
 26 AUGUST 3.45 PM

 

The most terrifying situations can lead to horrifying consequences, in The Last Dance, Smile, The Days That (Never) Were, and The Living, starring Brad Dourif. You should be careful who has control over your mind and body, in alum Meat Friend, Cicada, and Skin & Bone, with Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadoski. Horror can be found in the strange and complex, in Halves Through Night, and From.Beyond. And the showcase bookends stories of men caught in quite desperate situations as they try to get ahead, in Cruise, and Guts, from showcase favourite Chris McInroy.

 

Guts (London Premiere)

Director: Chris McInroy. Cast: Kirk Johnson, Jeremy King. USA 2021. 8 min.

Horace has the guts to get the job and get the girl, but that might be what’s standing in his way.

 

From.Beyond (European Premiere)

Director: Fredrik S. Hana. Norway 2022. 14 min.

What we will experience on our first encounter with alien life is beyond our imagination.

 

Smile (UK Premiere)

Director: Joanna Tsanis. Cast: Konstantina Mantelos, Ashley Laurence. Canada 2021. 7 min.

When a young woman struggles to smile, her depression becomes something truly monstrous.

 

The Living (UK Premiere)

Director: Cleo Handler. Cast: Brad Dourif, Cleo Handler. USA 2021. 13 min.

A vampire with an addictive personality finds a therapist to help him kick his blood habit.

 

The Last Dance (UK Premiere)

Director: Dana Bizri. Cast: Eli Chkreba, Maria Sarrouh. Lebanon 2021. 7 min.

A young boy struggles to take care of his mother after she decides to keep the corpse of her dead husband.

 

Skin & Bone (European Premiere)

Director: Eli Powers. Cast: Amanda Seyfried, Thomas Sadoski. USA 2021. 17 min.

A drifter begins having haunting visions after taking a job on a secluded farm.

 

Halves Through Night (UK Premiere)

Director: Lina Laraki. Cast: Ibrahim Karansal. France 2021. 11 min.

On an eerie evening, a mechanic finds himself caught in the transitional space between the living and the dead.

 

Cruise (London Premiere)

Director: Sam Rudykoff. Cast: Simon Pond, Ray James, Chad Andrews. Canada 2021. 7 min.

We’ve all received scam phone calls, but what about the person making the calls?

 

Cicada (London Premiere)

Director: Daewon Yoon. Cast: Nina Kim. Republic of Korea 2021. 17 min.

A prostitute encounters a visitor who seems both familiar and alienated to her.

 

The Days That (Never) Were (UK Premiere)

Director: Pedro Rivero, Kevin Iglesias Rodríguez. Spain 2022. 11 min.

Three characters are about to have the best time of their lives ... until a strange phenomenon appears to interrupt everything.

 

Meat Friend (European Premiere)

Director: Izzy Lee. Cast: Marnie McKendry, Steve Johanson. USA 2022. 8 min.

An ex-con, sentient pile of hamburger meat teaches after-school lessons to a child.