2013, USA, 80 Min Narrative Directed by Andrew Bowser Cast: Andrew Bowser, Katie Scarlett Lloyd, Presley Mahaffay, Joshua McGowen
Worm is Andrew Bowser's gritty black-and-white Southern Neo-Noir whodunit film that was done in one unbroken 90-minute-long shot (you read that correctly) from a Go Pro Hero 2 camera. Worm" tells the story of a man wanted for a double homicide in the small town of Guthrie, OK. Worm is always doing the wrong thing at the wrong time, taking odd jobs for shady men, and even breaking the law from time to time. The audience journeys with Worm as he tries to clear his name and make safe the ones he loves. Along the way, he is entangled in a crime syndicate and nearly loses the people that mean the most to him. Did he commit this heinous crime? Will his past sins catch up to him?
A Wash In The Sound of Birds 2013, USA, 11 Min Narrative Short Directed by Nicholas Watts Cast: Mike Reasor, Kate Cannon, James Conway, Darious Britt, Alexxa Steifel
Anty, a troubled soul in a Mod suit, and Anny, a punkstress all in red, battle an unhinged gang while walking through a tunnel. Frances, adorned in shiny plastic, comes to their aid before the fireworks ensue. Who will be the last standing?
Filth 2013, AUSTRALIA, 2 Min Experimental Short Directed by Emma Varker
In an homage to 1980s No-Wave film using blood, semen, hair and excrement on 16mm film stock, the piece is a portrait of two heroin fuelled lovers and their home job tattoos.
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