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Written by Bill Gullo; Directed by Dennis Iliadis; Produced by Tim Perell

Written by Bill Gullo; Directed by Dennis Iliadis; Produced by Tim Perell

Three college friends hit the biggest party of the year, where a mysterious phenomenon disrupts the night, quickly descending into a chaos that challenges their friendships — and whether they can stay alive.

FANomenon

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Written by Lynne Carter, Jay Armstrong, & Barbara Sharer; Directed by Lynne Carter;  Produced by Lynne Carter & Jay Armstrong

Written by Lynne Carter, Jay Armstrong, & Barbara Sharer; Directed by Lynne Carter;
Produced by Lynne Carter & Jay Armstrong

FANomenon follows rural retail worker Suzie as she goes on a quest to meet her hero, a fictional space explorer. She journeys through the world of science fiction fandom, and in doing so, learns about the relationships fans have with each other and with their heroes.

Middle-aged women make up a large yet inconspicuous community of fans. FANomenon explores their culture, their creative pursuits, and why they need heroes.

50 min

The Human Race

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Written/Directed by Paul Hough; Produced by Trip Hope, Geza Decsy, Jamie Hough, & John Hough

Written/Directed by Paul Hough; Produced by Trip Hope, Geza Decsy, Jamie Hough, & John Hough

A group of 80 people are ripped out of their daily lives, and all re-appear in an undisclosed location. These people are from all walks of life: young and old, athletic and disabled, white-collared and homeless. The rules to a race boom in their heads, in their own voices and languages, laying out what will become a horrific race of terror: “If you are lapped twice, you die. If you step off the path, you die. If you touch the grass, you will die. Race…or die.”

87 min

A Plague So Pleasant

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Written by Benjamin Roberds; Directed by Benjamin Roberds & Jordan Reyes

Written by Benjamin Roberds; Directed by Benjamin Roberds & Jordan Reyes

In the aftermath of the apocalypse where society has grown accustomed to the fact that the undead only attack when provoked, it is a felony to shoot a zombie in the United States of America. Hordes of harmless corpses roam the streets like cattle. The state has built reserves to keep them contained, but there are too many of them and they’re growing everyday because even if you die of natural causes, still…you become one of them.

Clay Marshall struggles with this reality as he watches his sister, Mia, fail to accept the death of her boyfriend. She visits the wandering corpse of her lost lover constantly and acts as if he’s still alive.

78 min

Misfit Heights

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Written by Daniel Grzeskowiak & James Burzeli; Directed James Burzelic; Produced by Daniel Grzeskowiak

Written by Daniel Grzeskowiak & James Burzeli; Directed James Burzelic; Produced by Daniel Grzeskowiak

A zombie puppet musical! An apartment building populated by puppet tenants and their human superintendent, Bob, is taken over by zombies when Bob decides to go on vacation. Dr. Zoltar, the local mad scientist and ne’er-do-well, uses the opportunity to unleash one of his diabolical plans to take over the world, but the plan to raise an army of the dead goes awry, and soon the denizens of Misfit Heights are neck-deep in flesh-craving zombies! It’s up to the last survivors to put an end to the mayhem.

98 min

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