The 2013 Art of Brooklyn Film Festival
THE DARK SIDE
A night of horror and suspense
THE DARK (16 min, USA) Directed by Justin P. Lange
Mina is a young monster who stalks the roads of a quiet mountainside, hunting travelers as they attempt to pass through and killing them with her deadly black eyes. One morning, after she finishes killing and devouring one of her victims, she is startled to find, hiding in the trunk of the victim's car - Alex, a kidnapped and abused young boy whose eyes have been sewn shut.
Finally faced with the choice of whether to kill or not, Mina decides to keep Alex alive and instead tries to find him some help. But soon Mina and Alex begin to form the kind of connection Mina has been yearning for her entire life. The closer they become and the more they begin to trust each other, the harder it becomes for Mina to let Alex go.
THE DOOR (13 min, Australia) Directed by Richard Termini
Tom, a brooding, well-heeled young man, moves into an up-market new home where he is seduced by an enigma. There is a door he cannot open.
Tom begins to hear mysterious sounds and feels as if he is being called into action. Events cause him to question his own sense of reality as unexplainable images enter his dreams. Tom faces his fears and challenges what may not be real.
SHADES OF YELLOW (6 min. USA) Directed by Garette Henson
A young man who has inherits his mother's upper-west side apartment and becomes obsessive compulsive about maintaining the space just as she had it. Memories of his mother are at every turn as he journey's down a psychological spiral.
CHILLING VISIONS: 5 SENSES OF FEAR (USA) WORLD PREMIERE
Chiller TV is premiering its first-ever original anthology film at the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival!