SUSPENSE / THRILLERS
1. Count Frankenfurter by Nicholas D’Amico / 7 min. / Narrative Fiction
A young woman buys a package of “Halloweenies” from a convenience store and finds a surprise inside.
2. Eiko by Christoph / 13:07 min. / 2008 / Austria / Narrative Fiction
Alex, a laborer and trucker, has his day of reckoning when attractive fourteen year old Lili appears in his pickup truck carrying an unusual looking comic book. A difficult and passionate dynamic quickly bonds these two lonely people but it is just as quickly undone as Alex learns about the bizarre history and fate of Lili.
3. The Accident by Brandon Baker / 6 min. / 2010 / USA / Experimental Narrative
The story of a young man following an unfortunate event.
4. Subito by Jon Coy / 33:36 min. / 2010 / USA / Narrative Fiction Experimental
A young professional woman meets with her future roommate for the evening. Suddenly finding herself abandoned, her worst fears are realized.
5. Pinch Me by Arun Narayanan / 23 min. / 2010 / USA / Narrative Fiction
A man that can no longer distinguish between his dreams and his reality. As he stumbles from one dream-world to the next, he begins to understand exactly what his nightmares are trying to tell him.
6. Revelation by Will Graver / 28 min. / 2010 / USA / Narrative Fiction
The dead walk the earth. A couple seek shelter at an empty college campus and encounter a man (zombie killer) who views other human beings as the real threat to his existence. Over the few days they are there, the couple try to figure out if this man is a saint or a threat.
This is a zombie movie with a message.
-- The "Last Tango" of the Evening! --
7. Mary's Tango by Mary Platz Hughes / 2:30 min/ 2010 / USA / Experimental
An experimental self-portrait film. Is the audience watching Mary or is Mary watching the audience?
We are closing out Saturday evening's programming with this piece, so as to represent the role of the viewer within the festival -- within every work of art. The question arises: Does art/film really exist without the viewer?