Penitence

Director: Carol Conley (RI)

Running Time: 12 min


A man recently released from prison confronts the dying woman he believes set him on that path.

2017 Film Fest Official Selections

Red Snare

Director: Jordan Barnes-Crouse (Canada)

Running Time: 8 min


Stranded in the woods in the dead of winter, a lone hiker thinks she’s found salvation — until It leads her to an abandoned shack where something unearthly lurks inside.

Revenge Kills

Director: Ronda Swindell (NY)

Running Time: 23 min

Three friends accused of murder when they were younger and sentenced to ten years in prison. They decide to take revenge on the lawyer who promised to help prove their innocence. What they don't realize is, they have no clue how to be criminals.

Photo Op

Director: Dave Solomon (NY)

Running Time: 10 min


A lonely Brookyln photographer gets the courage to come out from behind his camera to capture his crush, but it turns out there is more to the picture than meets the eye.

Portal to Hell

Director: Vivieno Caldinelli (US)

Running Time: 13 min


A crusty and recluse superintendent is thrown into the ultimate fight against evil when a couple of cultists open a portal to the ancient and mysical city of R'lyeh, awakening slumbering god.

Reveler

Director: Mariano Falabretti (Student Film) (Germany)

Running Time: 8 min


Lena recently moved in together with her boyfriend Tom. Since Tom is late this evening, she must stay alone at home. But nothing seems usual - weird things are happening and soon she wishes her boyfriend back home earlier than she could have ever imagined. 

Quiet Man

Director: Hamilton Young Ward ((NC)

Running Time: 4 min


A quirky piece about the love of a wife towards a suit that keeps falling short in life. Despite his failings the wife continues to love and care for him, sacrificing her own happiness for his.

Pretty Fine Things

Director: Ryan Scott Weber (NJ)

Running Time: 95 min


Enter the creepy and sick serial killer world of the Banner family.



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RAPT

Director: Thomas Ryan (NJ)

Running Time: 34 min


A struggling filmmaker finds new inspiration in his audience.