Ioanna Karavela, Erik Pack
Ash Dawn Clarke, Pete Picton, Megan Purvis, Severine Simone
Peter Garajszki, Sarah Smither
Joshua Gaunt, Noomi Yates
A girl (Severine Simone) walking home late at night finds herself being followed by a frightening figure that copies her every movement. Writer/director Noomi Yates has made a stunningly tense film that combines physical and psychological horror to devastating impact. Executive produced by Rose Glass. – Mitch Davis
Kenneth Dagatan’s second feature film is a Filipino folk-horror fairy tale to freeze the blood in your veins, a gory, gothic nightmare in a time and place of perfidy, dread, and desolation.
Kent’s ground-breaking 1965 film, the story of a housewife imprisoned by her domestic world, is uncommonly perceptive about the contradictory condition facing the independent woman in a sexist society.
Larry Kent’s uncompromising 1964 portrait of coming-of-age high schoolers, showing them not to be proverbial rebels, but instead to cling to the safety of the dominant order.