Director: Ivan Sainz-Pardo
“Night falls, a dog how breaks the night”
The Howling Wind
Directed by: Lorian Gish, Justin Knoepfel
During a plagued dust and wind storm in 1963, a countryman takes in a weary traveler seeking refuge — but discovers the truth in the circumstances of his arrival.
Director: Chefdeville Maxime
After the announcement of a new musical contract, a hard rock band faces his worst fears.
Directed by: Victor Paniagua, Victor Galiano
Romulo´s life is the art and now, after a series of failures, he fall in a spiral of discredit and stress. A call gives him the last chance to put his talent back on the top. Art is madness and Rómulo is full of art.
Create your killer
Director: Sarah Giercksky
Create Your Killer is the story of three young people, Amanda, Adam and Isabella, staying in playing videogames on a Saturday evening. Suddenly they find a VHS-tape with the game ”Create Your Killer” and everything changes.
Director: Thomas Burke
Four friends set out to a remote getaway in Texas, unaware that they are being trailed by a sinister cult.
Under the lather
Director: Ollivier Briand
Ivan, five years old, is forced to take his bath by his babysitter. Once in the water, he discovers with horror, hidden under the lather, a frightful creature that he will have to face …
The Girl, Maura Bund Teaser
Director: Ally May
Teaser trailer for the feature film in development.
When remains of a long to a missing girl are discovered , an isolated teen takes it upon herself to investigate, only for the grisly truth to lead back to her own nightmarish home.
Director: Martin Vrede Nielsen
A bone-weary man is on his way through the forest with his baggage and a mission, but his mind and conscience play tricks on him and make the journey strenuous.
Director: David Teixeira
Julie is a loner. She spends her Saturday off at home trying to write a new screenplay. She keeps receiving messages from H – someone she might be interested in. Julie finally succumbs to H’s charm and invites H over… After all, we all need some contact now and then, right?