Directed by Daniel Lafrentz; Written by Chris Grillot and Ezra Herz; Produced by Geoff Faugerolas, Daniel Lafrentz, Jeremy Hill, and Griff Jones
A pair of mismatched U.S. Marshals – a reformed outlaw and a free man of color – is sent to the Kansas frontier to uncover the fate of a Marshal who went missing while escorting a member of a notorious gang to his hanging. But when the Marshals find the condemned man alone and barely alive, the obvious answers don’t hold water. All the evidence points to something much darker and more sinister.
Directed and Written by Rakefet Abergel; Produced by Rakefet Abergel and Marshall Langohr
A traumatic event forces a recovering addict to face her demons without her worried fiancé uncovering the truth. Over the course of one rough night, Devi, seven years sober, must make a difficult choice between who she loves and what she loves.
Directed by Kevin Patrick Murphy; Written and Produced by Jennifer Trudrung
When her young daughter goes missing, a mother is haunted by nightmares of her daughter in a derelict location. These visions lead to clues as to what happened to her daughter, and also indicate who might have taken her.
Directed and Written by Luke Pilgrim and Brad Kennedy; Produced by Brad Kennedy, Luke Pilgrim, and Terrell Sandefur
Selfish teenager Eli wants to avoid family time at all costs. After an encounter with otherworldly entities, he quickly learns to be careful what he wishes for.
Directed by James Cadden; Based on the story by Josh Saltzman; Produced by Rebecca Bell
Mark and Jenny volunteer to be locked in a room together for one month as part of a paid experiment. They’re provided meals through a dispenser, which they ravenously devour because they’ve been gripped by an insatiable hunger. Eventually, the food stops coming, but they’re still hungry.
Directed and Written by Turner Munch; Produced by Carolina Montenegro, Mary Przybylski, Julian Doan, and Turner Munch
Adam wakes up a prisoner in a decaying cell with no memory of how he got there. All seems lost until the awkward, mysterious, and murderous Fred comes to his cell. She’s there to cut Adam to pieces and throw him in a fire, but desperate loneliness stays her hand. Adam must use his wits if he plans to survive and escape this prison.
Directed by Justus van den Elsen; Written by Justus van den Elsen and Bart Verhoeven; Produced by Pim van Gorp
The year is 1850. A poor farmhand tries to smuggle his livestock over the border of Belgium and the Netherlands. When the farmhand lies to his grandparents about a missing goat, his grandmother tells him a story of what has happened to a farmer who was cursed for his lack of honesty. As the young farmhand soon learns, the ancient evil in her story is real.
Directed by Raymond Carr; Written by Raymond Carr and Gabi Lee; Produced by Gabi Lee
A grieving widow goes to extreme lengths to get a good night’s sleep.
Directed by Sergio Morcillo; Written by Santiago Taboada; Produced by Darko Decimavilla
Marta is a teenager whose parents died two years ago. One night, while alone at home, she discovers the truth about the pain tormenting her.
Directed and Written by Brenden Hubbard; Produced by Brenden Hubbard and Brian Barnes
Produced by the Academy Award winning team behind Curfew, The Helping Hand delves into the nuances of a growing family and the role of technology in their lives. Faced with the challenges of raising baby Indigo, parents Cindy and Micah turn to revolutionary monitoring technology for relief. Will this be an answer to the young couples’ prayers or have they unknowingly invited a monster into their home?
Directed by Drew Macdonald; Produced by Steven Geddes
After incessant bullying on the bus ride home, Elki falls asleep and ends up trapped inside the school bus at the empty depot, but her frustration quickly turns to dread when she sees something lurking in the vast dark yard–something big. Elki’s going to have to summon up every bit of courage she didn’t know she had if she’s going to survive the night.
Directed by Julian Scalia; Written by Julian Scalia and Molly Ebner
A photographer captures a model in his studio. Between the camera flashes, time slips away to expose a dark secret.
H’ilol, which means “seer” in the Mayan language of highland Mexico, is the Jury Grand Prize winner of the KODAK and ATLFS 2019 “100’ of film competition” hosted in Atlanta, GA. The project was shot entirely on one 100’ roll, only 3 minutes of 16mm color film.
Directed and Written by Yfke van Berckelaer; Produced by Jörgen van Dongen, and Steven Willems
Lili (Lisa Smit – Netflix’s Ares) is determined to nail this audition. The man (Derek de Lint – Soldier of Orange/The Unbearable Lightness of Being) she auditions for knows this, too. Thus begins an uncomfortable cat and mouse game in this #metoo horror about power, the misuse of power, and female empowerment.
Directed by Ian Hunt Duffy; Written by Darach McGarrigle; Produced by Simon Doyle
Ten-year-old Jack is excited about heading out to sea on a fishing trip with his Dad. But things take a sudden, dark turn when his Dad stops the boat and tells Jack that they have hit a monster. This seems like a joke at first, and Jack nervously tries to play along, but his Dad insists Jack must get down into the water and face it head on. Realizing that his Dad is deadly serious, a terrified Jack has no choice but to obey. What Jack sees in the water will change him forever, and the sinister rite of passage will have horrific consequences.
Directed and Written by James Everett; Produced by Paul Olavesen-Stabb
Oliver has taken his daughter Heather to the moor to find a May Day celebration, but when she disappears, he believes a mysterious huntsman has snatched her. As he searches for her, the moor becomes an endless nightmare. Just when it seems Oliver is defeated, he meets the huntsman, who tells him that his daughter is at a May Day celebration over the hill. Assured by his kind eyes, Oliver thanks the huntsman and goes to the celebration where he finds Heather and a dreadful twist of fate waiting.
Directed by Anthony Cousins; Written by Richard Louprasong; Produced by Anthony Cousins and Richard Louprasong
A night of babysitting takes a dark turn when Annie discovers the little girl she’s watching has an imaginary friend she can only see if she plays a certain game.
Directed and Produced by Alden Miller
Horror tells us that our belief in security is delusional, and the monsters are all around us. At least, that’s what Horror Photographer Joshua Hoffine believes. After seeing his work, I am compelled to agree.
Directed, Written, and Produced by Pawel P. Achtelik
World War II is over. In the Polish People’s Republic, nothing is more valuable than a constant supply of food — not even Silesia’s booming mining economy.
When one of the miners disappears without a trace from the local mines, The foreman pays local whisperer Sidonia in food rations for help solving this mystery. The depths of the mine reveal supernatural involvement in the incident.
Directed, Written, and Produced by Zachary Stephens
Amber drives herself to a spot in the woods to enjoy a relaxing day in the forest. She arrives at the edge of the treeline, locks her car, and ventures into the woods. After taking in the sights, smells, and sounds of the forest, she returns to the parking lot to find that her car isn’t where she thought it was. Using her key fob, she tries to locate her car with the “dook dook” sound of the lock. This leads her back into the woods where she ultimately discovers that she, and her car, are not alone.
Directed by Marten Carlson; Written by Marten Carlson; Produced by Hunter Wayne
The Lentz Triplets are the biggest movie stars in the world. When it’s time to renegotiate their contract, it’s up to Biggs Tomlinson to get that ink on paper. He ventures to the mysterious Lentz household with his trusty briefcase in hand. There he meets Milly, aging film star and mother of the triplets. What follows is a game of cat and mouse as Biggs must solve the mystery of the Lentz family before it’s too late.