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  Festival History ◊ 2005  ◊ Films: Additional Shorts

 

Late night, we'll be mixing in a few of the best of the past and a few unusual additional shorts with repeat screenings of some of this year's selections.  Included will be:

A Can of Paint
The Ends of the Alphabet
Husk
Killing Kevin
Laundry Day
Roadside Attractions

Skankobite
The Silvergleam Whistle
Sorrows Lost
Stunt C*cks
Teenage Bikini Vampire
Unveiling

 

A Can of Paint
Producer: Tom Sammon; Director: Robi Michael; Writer: Winston Engle
Interstellar junk dealer Kilgour dreams of riches when he discovers an ancient derelict ship of an unknown race. But the find of his life becomes a threat to his life. A spot of paint from an alien can begins to grow on his body, out of control. In space, the simplest things can kill you.  Based on the A.E. van Vogt story. 
Science Fiction*, USA, 25 min

 

The Ends of the Alphabet
Producer/Director/Writer: Eric Jon Kurland 
Jackson Abbott is a hard-boiled detective in 1953 Los Angeles. When the daughter of a Las Vegas Millionaire comes to him for help, Abbott finds himself caught up in a web of murder and deceit. This archetypical film noir story is presented in "HAND-O-RAMA," and features a cast of unique puppets. 
Film Noir*, USA, 9 min

 

Husk
Producer: Aaron Behl, Ryan Parrott; Director: Brett Simmons; Writer: Guy Fitzgerald
Screened last year at Dragon*Con in the dead of night, Husk went on to be selected for Sundance.  We are happy to present it again to frighten you out of ever entering a cornfield. 

Four young men are stranded on a country road alongside an isolated cornfield.  Hope rests in a farm house on the other side of the field. But something evil awaits them among the cornstalks.
Horror*, USA, 27 min

 

Killing Kevin
Producer: Vanessa Magyar; Director/Writer: Jeanne Kopeck
Five damaged people gather in a church basement somewhere in West Hollywood to work through the rage they all share toward an A-list actor/director who has ruined their lives and derailed their careers. One by one, the Screenwriter, the Actor, the Dialect coach, the Lakota Sioux woman and The Big Mysterious Guy with the unfortunate hair situation share their stories, building to an explosive climax of violence, revenge and redemption, including some really hard kicking.
Comedy*, USA, 16 min

 

Laundry Day
Producer: T.G. Weems; Director/Writer: Bryan Smith
Everybody dreads laundry day, especially those of us who have to bang our socks on rocks in a river. But for those of us with modern creature comforts such as electric washers and dryers, we have become increasingly complacent over the ages with regards to this once awe inspiring ritualistic act of hygiene. And now we must pay the ultimate price for our apathy.
Horror Comedy*, USA, 10 min

 

Roadside Attractions
Producer: Tom Gander, CJ Roy; Director/Writer: Roy
It's a quiet night at the local diner.  A shy, black-clad stranger has stopped there, perhaps just to rest in his travels.  Then two redneck "mullets" enter, who aren't thrilled with sharing their hangout with this weirdo.  This can't turn out well.
Horror Comedy*, USA, 15 min

 

Skankobite
Producer: Jack Charlop; Director/Writer: David Lindabury
Daddy just wanted a beer, some salty pork snacks, and a mouthful of his favorite chewing tobacco. But when his back-sassiní daughter accidentally brings home the Smokeless Configuration, all Hell breaks loose.  There ainít nothiní like demons to change your life, and body, forever.  'Hellraiser meets Blue Collar TV'.
Horror Comedy*, USA, 9 min

 

The Silvergleam Whistle
Producers: Terry Dougas, Michael Feifer; Director/Writer: Mike Williamson
40 Years ago, The Silvergleam Express steam engine train was struck by lighting, electrocuting everyone on board.  Legend has it that The Silvergleam and its engineer still haunt the woods, trying to gather more passengers to finish its final furn.

Tonight, one family will find out if the story is true.
Horror*, USA, 25 min

 

Sorrows Lost
Producers: Eric Etebari, Brian Metcalf; Director/Writer: Brian Metcalf
After the death of her mother, Emily is forced to live alone with her father. Night after night she prays for him to stop physically abusing her until one night she is visited by a stranger that offers an unlikely solution.  Sorrows Lost isn't a past winner, but a world premiere starring Eric Etebari.
Horror*, USA, 15 min

 

Stunt C*cks
Producers: Tom Hodges, James C. Leary, Kirk Pynchon; Director: Hodges; Writers: Leary, Pynchon, Michael R. Meredith
Bill and Earl are two kind hearted young men who use their severe sexual dysfunction to turn the adult film industry into a business of family, friendship, and love.  Staring James C. Leary and Kirk Pynchon.  Featuring Ron Jeremy and Lou Diamond Phillips.
Comedy*, USA, 8 min

 

Teenage Bikini Vampire
Producer: Agustin Fuentes; Director/Writer: Devi Snively
All Sadie wants is to frolick on the beach and find a surfer boy to call her own. If only she weren't a vampire.  With Ashley Fox, Brian Talbot, and Nikki Taylor Melton.
Horror Comedy*, USA, 7 min

 

Unveiling
Producer/Director/Writer: Pat Yaney
More animation from Pat Yaney that you just can't tell your mother about.  This time, the town council are ready to unveil their new statue, a statue that...that...  Well, you'll just have to see it. 
Animated Comedy*, USA, 2 min

 

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