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< SPECIAL EVENTS

The Horror!

At the

Museum of the Moving Image

Yance Ford, 2018 Oscar-nominated Director for Strong Island will introduce the films and do the Q&A after with Director Alex Webb

Friday March 23

6:00 pm

Redstone Theatre

tickets

Two scary films that will make your hair stand and body shiver.

Something in the Darkness by Fran Casanova
Veronica is a 6 year old girl who is trying to overcome her fear of the dark. Helped by her mum, she has managed to sleep with nearly all of her lights off. Nevertheless, she still goes to bed with her torch, which makes her feel safe and sound. Every night, her mum gets her to sleep by reading her favorite story. However, this time something is different…this time there is something in the darkness.
Fran Casanova Fran Casanova was born on November 11, 1977 in Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain. He is a director and writer, known for Hay algo en la oscuridad (2017), Ayúdame a recordar(2012) and Allied (2016).

To the Flame by Alex Webb
Kyle is going nowhere fast in his community college film class until he stumbles upon a twisted couple while interviewing neighbors for class. He becomes obsessed with them. Big mistake.
Alex Webb (Writer/Director/Actor) was a recipient of the Panavision New Filmmaker Award. His first film, Hove (The Wind) with Oscar-winner Olympia Dukakis, was an official selection at the Montreal, Palm Springs, Los Angeles, Boston, Palm Beach and Cleveland International Film Festivals. His short film "The Girl in 2C" received a silver medal at WorldFest - The Houston Int'l Film Festival. His script, "Welcome to L.A.", was awarded Honorable Mention in the Cinequest screenplay competition. As an actor, he has had the honor of working with Oscar winners Meryl Streep, Ben Affleck, Olympia Dukakis, Eli Wallach and Melissa Leo. TV/Film credits include Boardwalk Empire, House of Cards, Daredevil, Oz and Boiler Room. To The Flame was nominated for Best Feature at the Madrid International Film Festival.



   

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