Friday, August 21
7:30 – Opening Film: Carver (Local Horror Feature) with director Emily DiPrimio in attendance for a Q and A

In the tradition of the past returning to haunt the present, Carver features a group of teens who regret a despicable act they committed years earlier. Their actions had left three dead, and now, on the anniversary of the crimes, an ominous carved pumpkin is found at each of their homes. Revenge may come in human or nonhuman form in this suspenseful tale of dread by a fresh new voice in filmmaking.
10:30 – Children of the Night (Horror, Argentina, Subtitled)

Alice, a reporter, is invited to investigate Limbo, where children live with the mysterious disease, Transylvirus, in this new dark thriller from Argentina written and directed by Iván Noel (originally titled Limbo). At first, not sure what to believe, Alice carefully traipses around Limbo with caution, speaking with Erda, the children's caretaker, and observing the children's unique habits. Siegfried, "a sinner with an angel's face" is much too interested in Alice, even knowing some disturbing truths about her pasts. Although Alice wants to leave Limbo, she can't, and she soon finds out the truth about what keeps the children grounded there and inspired their disturbing behavior.

Preceded by the in-Competition Student Short film, Spirit from the Meadow by Joant Ubeda 

PRIVY by Dave Finkelstein

A young woman is forced to live with an unsympathetic stepmother, and spends much of her time in an outhouse, escaping into books and her own vivid fantasy life. “Privy” uses oblique, poetic language, fanciful images and musical interludes to depict her daydreams and her evolving plans for escape. Based on an improvisation by actors David Finkelstein and Ian W. Hill.
Saturday, August 22nd

10:30AM-Short Film Selections
The Emotional Dimensions of the James River by Michelle Marquez (Student Short)
Revolving Child by Franciso Cabrera (Student Short)
Sliver by Melissa Rillera 
Flower by Lucas Ruderman (Student Short)
11am – Subterranea (Science Fiction)

In this powerful and suspenseful thriller, a man known simply as “The Captive” is released into society from a dark cell where he has spent his entire life. He eventually discovers what occurred during his mysterious past as he confronts people and clues to the puzzle that have been been part of his enigmatic existence. Inspired by an album by British progressive rock band IQ, this stylish and creepy film stars Bug Hall, William Katt, Nicholas Turturro and Lily Gladstone, and was stylishly directed by newcomer Mathew Miller and produced by South Jersey's Eric D. Wilkinson (Jerome Bixby’s The Man from Earth, Mischief Night, which he also co-wrote).

Subterreana was just awarded the Grand Prize at this year's Vortex Sci-Fi and Fantasy Awards.
1:00pm-Short Film Selections
The Joke's on you by Adrian Colon
Brewing by Nick Corrao (Student Short)
2pm – Crime Double Feature: Black Cat Whiskey (Narrative) and A Tale of Two Thieves (True Crime Documentary)

Black Cat Whiskey – In a small rural town hit hard by the Depression, a gal bumps off her bootlegging husband when she begins to receive inopportune visits by his old business partners about a large shipment of moonshine in her possession. 

A Tale of Two Thieves – In 1963 in the countryside in England, fifteen men pulled off the real-life “The Great Train Robbery” netting today's equivalent of $85 million. Featuring Gordon Goody, one of the instigators of the crime, for the first time ever, revealing the identity of the missing mastermind behind Britain's most famous heist: the elusive and mysterious “Ulsterman.”

Program to be preceded by the documentary short film Bleeding Black and Yellow by Justin Clayton along with a Q and A by Matt Tremont. 
5:30 – A Fuller Life (Documentary)
Legendary filmmaker Samuel Fuller was a bigger-than-life character, who started working for tabloid newspapers when just a teen, became a screenwriter in Hollywood, captured key battles of World War II with his camera and became the writer-director behind such classics as Pickup on South Street, The Steel Helmet, The Crimson Kimono, Shock Corridor and The Big Red One, based on his experiences during WWII. Fuller also courted controversy for his two-fisted style and tackling sensitive issues like racism, mental illness and patriotism. His daughter Samantha Fuller paints a loving portrait of her father with this documentary in which such admirers as William Friedkin, Jennifer Beals, Joe Dante, Wim Wenders, James Franco, Buck Henry and Mark Hamill read excerpts from his compelling autobiography “A Third Face” while photos and film clips help paint a complete portrait of a bigger-than-life auteur.
8pm – Feature Screening (with awards announced): 7 Chinese Brothers

Jason Schwartzman co-stars with his dog Arrow, Tunde Adebimpe (from the band “TV on the Radio”), Olympia Dukakis, and Stephen Root in this 2015 SXSW film making its local premiere. Schwartzman is Larry, an inebriated sad sack who rides a tide of booze onto the shores of an undiscriminating Quick-Lube. The only bright spot is probably his boss, Lupe (Eleanore Pienta). Will Larry keep it together long enough to win the girl, provide for his French bulldog, laze about with his friend Major (Adebimpe), and do his cantankerous grandmother (Olympia Dukakis) proud? Writer-director Bob Byington’s comedy sports irreverence at its best. 

Preceded by the short film, Disco Zal by Sean Mcknight
10:30pm – King and Company Horror Short Films

This series will feature our second annual selection of short films based on the work of Stephen King. Known as "Dollar Babies" since King charges a mere dollar for the non-exclusive rights to adapt his work for educational and festival screenings, these rarely seen adaptations will be presented along with the following independent horror shorts in competition:  

Step One: The Esoteric by Dennis Paullin (Student Short)
Klaus by Daniel Scarpati (Student Short)
The Monster by Han Cheng (Student Short)
#10-32:Drowning by Yuyeol Chun (Student Short)

Sunday, August 23

10:30am – Orson Welles’ Chimes at Midnight (1965) 
Orson Welles' brilliant but largely unseen film restructures Shakespeare by using both parts of Henry IV, with pieces of Richard II and Henry V and reinterpreting the famous character of Falstaff, one of Shakespeare's greatest comic characters (and a father figure to the future King of England). With Falstaff as the central figure, this tragic-comic story of friendship and inevitable betrayal displays wonderful performances and Welles’ cinematic virtuosity. The intense and dazzlingly edited battle sequence influenced countless films from Braveheart to Saving Private Ryan
Sunday's program will open at 10:30am with IT’S A FRAME-UP! a short film from the makers of A Dark and Stormy Night,  The Lost Skeleton Returns Again (a sequel to the acclaimed The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra) and Trail of the Screaming Forehead.

“I can't think of any other intentional comedies of recent years that have given me so many, or so many varied, big laughs in the space of 30 minutes. It makes what has basically been a dead art form for the past 50 years feel vital once again.”—Tim Lucas, Video Watchdog

The movie that sets comedy back 80 years--to when it was, y'know, actually funny. Those merry madcaps of mayhem, Biffle & Shooster, star in an all-new made-in-1938 short (in B&W, of course) that finds them landing jobs in an art gallery--on the very day a priceless painting has been delivered. You can figure out what happens next. Renowned classic film distributor and independent producer Michael Schlesinger pours his love of Old Hollywood into an authentic-as-possible recreation of the glory days of comedy teams, replete with snappy dialogue, grievous puns, plenty of slapstick, familiar-seeming character actors and even impressions--plus a plot twist or two. Who says they can’t make ‘em like they used to? 

(2013, B&W, 1.33:1, 28 min.)
Scr/Prod/Dir: Michael Schlesinger
Cast: Nick Santa Maria, Will Ryan, Daniel Roebuck, Robert Picardo, Andrew Parks, Alison Martin, Sybil Darrow  
1:00PM-Short film Selections
Lily by Eric Henry (Student Short)
The Distinguished by William Martinko (Student Short)
2pm – The Phantom of the Opera (1925) silent feature with live piano accompaniment by Steve Weber, marking the 90th anniversary of this silent Lon Chaney horror classic


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