DEBUT OF 'THE POD' - OCT.21
TO THE 2006 NEW YORK CITY HORROR FILM FESTIVAL:
short film directed
Produced by Brian
Jude and James
Felix McKenney, under Kipp Miller Productions.
Written by Carl
a drug for sale
It promises to deepen the connection
of couples who dare to try it.
But whatever you do...
do it alone.
Remington) is moving to another state pursuing her chosen career
path. Her artist boyfriend Jonas (Emanuele
Ancorini) is willing to uproot himself only if shes willing to take
an equal risk for him: ingesting a strange, mind-altering drug called
The Pod, meant to be taken by couples only and revealing whether there
is true connection.
Caroline refuses, Jonas takes the drug alone and leaves instructions
for her to find him... only if shes ingested The Pod too. When she does,
Caroline sets off on a strange, reality-bending night of horror where
shes forced to confront her deepest hopes and fears.
THE TEASER TRAILER:
pleased to announce that The
Pod will have its festival debut in the New
York City Horror Festival on Saturday, Oct. 21 at 12 noon, at Tribeca
Cinemas, 54 Varick Street (corner of Canal). This is a well-respected
6-year-old festival for fans of horror, thrillers, sci-fi, and films
that push the boundaries of these genres.
will be included in a program that includes 2 other shorts and a new
feature film with a Q&A to follow:
Years after chemical warfare drove humanity underground, one woman
named Mother must choose to obey her government or face termination.
Tale Heart; 10min.
Presumably an adaptation of Edgar Allen Poe's famous short story
Based on a widely publiced urban legend that took place 50 years ago
in a small Texas town, where a school bus filled with children are
supposedly haunt the area where the accident took place.
are $15 and can be purchased
in advance - shows do tend to sell out.
Carl Kelsch will be present to represent the film, as director Jeremiah
Kipp is overseas. There is also an opening night party for the fest
on Oct. 18th at 6:30.
Go to www.nychorrorfest.com
for more info.