RESTORATION and the Midnight Insanity Collection

CCFF Midnight Shorts copyFriday, May 1st, 11:59pm

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Restoration –  The ghost of 10-year-old Yvonne LeMay has been tethered to the trunk of a 1950 Fleetline Deluxe for over half a century. Uprooted from a rural setting, the change in car ownership doesn’t sit well with her as she is displaced and relocated to a mechanic’s clubhouse in the city. Ultimately frustrated with her new digs, she throws a temper tantrum that proves deadly for the resident gearheads. Winner of Best Director, Best Screenwriter and Best Mid-Length Feature at Housecore Horror Film Festival. Written and Directed by Ryan Oliver (Q&A to follow). Trailer

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Growing Pains – Fabian is a shy, introverted teenager who lives with his bossy and prudish mother. Fabians world gets turned upside down when he meets the fun and cool Felicia and they fall in love. But there is one small problem. Whenever Fabian gets horny, he turns into a werewolf. A twisted coming of age short film about a young man who has to discover and accept who he really is. Directed by Thor Fruergaard. Trailer

The Tide Keeper – One night an old seaman dreams the ocean into his bed. His sea green sheets become the polluted waters of his worst nightmare. His own mortality is at risk as his household objects begin to suffocate him. Directed by Alyx Duncan. Trailer

Teeth – Things of worth are often neglected in favour of that which is more immediately gratifying.  Unfortunately, things that are neglected are often lost forever. The life of a misguided and intensely focused man, chronicled through his oral obsessions. A Special Jury Recognition Award Winner at SXSW! Directed by Tom Brown. Trailer

Ill Will – Set in London, a bicycle thief assaults an old loner. The event pushes the pensioner into isolation and anxiety, but on seeing the teenager again, he decides its time to put the wheels in motion of a horrific revenge. Directed by Lester Brown.

 

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