Shorts Block 6

Type: 
Film
Location: 
Upper Left theater
Date and time: 
Saturday, October 7, 2017 -
1:00pm to 2:40pm
Location: 
Main Theater
Date and time: 
Sunday, October 8, 2017 -
3:10pm to 4:50pm

Short Films Block w/visiting Filmmaker Q&A afterwards.

 

Eon

Directed by
Nick Zweig
6 mins
 | 2017
 | United States
 | English
 

Rise and fall.

 

Sign of The Whale

World Premiere
Directed by
Noah Weisel
starring
Jon Carlo, Bryn Elizan Harris, Jude Evans, Charlotte Barlow, Hoolis C. Nation
16 mins
 | 2017
 | United States
 | English
 

Eli's on a long journey when he gets stuck in a small coastal village and has to wait out the night in the town watering hole. But there's something odd about the locals, not to mention a secret in the back room. Shame Eli isn't picking up on the barkeep's warnings...things could get out of hand. An homage to H.P. Lovecraft's "The Shadow Over Innsmouth."

 

Carter's Glass

World Premiere
Directed by
Rion Smith
starring
Kasey St John, David Lasker
9 mins
 | 2017
 | United States
 | English
 

Working for the Miskatonic Historical Society, John Spangler seeks a prized antique mirror that was stolen by an employee who retired a few years back. The mirror, know as The Carter's Glass, is rumored to be cursed.

 

The Sunken Convent

Directed by
Michael Panduro
starring
Claus Flygare, Camilla Wikke
15 mins
 | 2016
 | Denmark
 | English
 

A man wakes up, he goes to work, he eats in, he does a bit of home surgery, he drives to the woods. Told without words and loosely inspired by the tale by Hans Christian Andersen, 'The Sunken Convent' is a grotesque and slightly surreal story of bad habits.

 

The Hag Stone

Directed by
Malachi Cull
starring
Gavyn Alsteen, Amber Lynn Johnson, Adam Carter, Kay Brown, Nathan Taulbert
38 mins
 | 2017
 | United States
 | English
 

A girl discovers a hag stone, a stone with a hole worn in it by the sea, which legend says allows the owner to look through the hole and see other worlds.