Written by Chiaki Kawahito; Director/Produced by Keishi Suenaga
The Earth has been invaded by extraterrestrials. They send “domes” to replace our lands with theirs. Humans can do nothing but run away and wait for the end of our world.
Soh Tokita is a retired high school teacher who has joined the UN force dedicated to maintain order of the world. But his wife, Misaki, who once was his student, has not been able to accept the reality that the world has gone to ruin. She has kept living in her beautiful memories and in a fictional ordinary life. All Tokita can do is watch over her, acting like nothing is wrong.
But now the order has come through for them to leave for an evacuation shelter. Misaki cannot escape from the tragic world any more.
With Hiroyuki Watanabe (Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack).
Written/Directed/Produced by Robert Mueller
Mark, an aspiring photographer who witnessed a murder, tries to sell the pictures he took of the scene to a magazine. He tells the chief editor how he heard the murder of a young woman that he’d met earlier at a gas station, from a bathroom stall. After the killer left, he dared to sneak out of his stall and took the opportunity to snap pictures of the murder victim before leaving. Moved by his story and impressed by the quality of his photographs, the chief editor offers Mark a job. Mark leaves her office with the promise not to disappoint her. Put did his pictures actually capture what happened?
Written/Directed/Produced by Philippe McKie
Tokyo is in ruins.
In a derelict gondola, a girl distracts her younger brother by telling him a story with shadows. With their resources depleted she must leave him and travel deep within the core of the city to find food.
Written by: Pascal Thiebaux; Directed by Pascal Thiebaux & Gil Pinheiro; Produced by Laurent Witz
Quenottes is a story about a little mouse, but not just any mouse. It is THE little mouse, or tooth fairy, of your childhood—the one that brought you your first coin in exchange for the tooth under your pillow. In everybody’s mind, the little mouse is a benevolent and generous character. What if it isn’t? What if it is actually a neurotic psychopath obsessing about its collection of dental trophies? If a tooth is missing, it simply must be replaced. By any means necessary…
Written/Directed by Dave Zhang; Produced by Coco Wang
Princess Eun Hwa is a story about an ancient Korean, young, princess who constantly falls in love with princes from different kingdoms of her fantasies. Each time she kisses one, she falls asleep and her world changes. Reality may be something very different. This is a dark fairy tale, a metaphor. In the end, the story of this girl will touch the hearts of audiences.
Written/Directed by David S. Boo; Produced by Jae Hyun Eun & Joo Won Choi
Hoon dreams of imminent danger for the Earth. In that same dream, Hoon meets a member of Guardians of the Earth, Young-ee, who appoints Hoon as the pilot of the legendary hero Robot Taekwon V. Now Hoon must head to the National Assembly building to awaken Taekwon V before the alien invasion. Hoon teams up with his friend Woo-ram and local vigilante Sailor Girl for his mission.
Written/Directed by Kim Geon; Produced by Lee Won-jeong
And action/science fiction tale of Yeonhee, whose implanted artificial heart is broken, and Margo, a robot, who connected Yeonhee’s broken heart to his body. The two, with a single inseparable destiny, head toward the boundary and toward survival. It’s guns, robots, and coming-of-age.
Written by Demet Basaran; Directed by Pablo Guirado; Produced by Demet Basaran & Pablo Guirado
A young man, noose around his neck, prepares to hang himself.
Bad luck? Fate?
The rope breaks.
As he wanders through the deserted streets, at night, he comes across a poster outside a
bar that invites him to discover a strange show, that of The Incredible Woman-Spider.
Written/Directed by Mike Pecci
12 Kilometers is a true edge-of-your-seat film, dragging you down to the darkest depths of the human psyche, while taking you on a beautiful ride through director Mike Pecci’s nightmare. The film serves as a prologue and proof of concept for a feature film that Pecci wrote while in intensive care suffering from a massive head injury. Early last year, when attempting to ice skate for the first time, he slipped and cracked open his skull. A massive blood clot formed around his brain causing hallucinations and nightmares, Pecci dreamed of a creature that could control your inner voice. Two weeks later he wrote the script for a first film in a horror franchise. One month later he was starting production on the prologue…this film. All the FX and visuals for 12KM were shot in-camera, and biologist and micro photographer Linden Gledhill filmed the creature FX on sets no larger than the surface of a dime. The film is in Russian dialect to immerse the audience a reality that is based on the actual events at the Kola Borehole in Russia. Imagine if Spielberg, Carpenter, and Lynch teamed up to direct an episode of X-files and created a fresh new look for horror.