Machines, Dreams, and Screams
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“For in that sleep of death what dreams may come.” Hamlet’s claim that one may not escape the horrors of life even in death is explored in this series of delicately chilling and visually stunning short films. Asian-style horror with a distinctly American twist you’ll not see anywhere else.
— Anna Petrillo & Mike Song
Total Runtime: 104
Filmmakers scheduled for attendance
In the quiet suburbs of Colorado, a young Filipina plots a delicious dish of revenge against her neighbors and their bothersome dogs.
A dark and psychedelic animated tale of a dying animal’s last wish.
An industrious young man finds out the hard way just how cutthroat the corporate world really can be.
A couple of quarreling adventurers set out in search of hidden treasure in this science-fiction thriller starring Talan Torriero from MTV’s Laguna Beach.
A dream-like journey through a symbiotic world of machinery and imagination featuring the creations of internationally-acclaimed artist Arthur Ganson.
As if in a nightmare, a man mysteriously loses his ability to speak.
In this homage to the retro giallo Italian horror genre, the ghost of a Japanese girl reveals details of her murder in a series of lurid flashbacks.
Deep in the woods, a young boy is taught a stomach-churning lesson on mortality by his father, who believes that one should eat whatever living thing they kill. Adapted from a short story.
Directed by: Ryan Tse
Runtime: 15 min
Language(s): Cantonese w/ English subtitles
Living alone in a one-room dwelling outside of Hong Kong, a young man loses his only friend and slowly descends into madness.
A woman discovers she can’t run from her fears without leaving a part of herself behind.