Program Four: Nowhere to Hide—Best of Sci-Fi Supernatural Shorts
Saturday, Dec 17, 2022 at 6:00 pm
Location: Redstone Theater
Total Running Time: 89 mins.
Memento Mori (Trailer)
Dir. Izzy Lee, 2022, 2 mins.
In 1983, a scientist in isolation resurrects a dead colleague.
The Fortune Teller
Dir. Brian Abraham, 2022, 4 mins. Virtual Reality – VR180
A fortune teller who’s down on her luck mistakenly summons the ghost of her ex-husband, revealing secrets that spell her doom. Ticket buyers for this block please contact [email protected] to receive a link where they can watch this on their phone during the festival.
Dir. Patrick Biesemans, 2022, 9 mins.
After his wife’s suicide, a scientist tries to use new technology to determine if there is life after death. But some things are better off put to rest. (pictured above)
Dir. Dominic O’Neill, 2021,12 mins.
In this unsettling short horror film, six unlikely souls gather for a seance in Edwardian Belfast. When a dark secret is revealed, their reality begins to unravel.
Dir. Joel B. Harlow, 2002, 16 mins.
Meet Marti. There’s nothing special about him. He is just one of the millions sequestered at home under a mandatory lockdown. With no human interaction for months, loneliness has a way of seeping into all of us. Potatohead was directed by Academy Award–winner Joel Harlow, one of the most innovative makeup and special makeup artists and designers in American motion pictures.
Dir. Frank Sun, 2002, 20 mins.
A man arrives at a friend’s apartment and hears sounds from outside his window… but is it real?
Dir. Nick Ronan, 2021, 20 mins.
Deep in the snowy Blue Mountains, two damaged lives come crashing back together when they discover something in the forest not of this world.
Tickets: $15 / $11 senior and students / $9 youth (ages 3–17) / discounted for MoMI members ($7–$11). Order tickets. Please pick up tickets at the Museum’s admissions desk upon arrival. All seating is general admission. Review safety protocols before your visit.