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On his way to a statistics conference, John Wilkins is the victim of a freak accident, sucked out of a plane when an emergency door fails mid-flight at 43,000 Feet.
Screening as part of the Shorts: Status Update program. | Read More
An entrepreneurial farm owner wants to revolutionize the industry with genetically
engineered sheep. But when environmental activists try to stop him, they accidentally unleash his baaaad experiment into the world. And this sheep likes blood. In a country where sheep outnumber humans, the last thing you should ever do is piss them off. An IFC First Take Release.
| Read MoreHorror and Comedy
Born of internet mecca 4chan, the “Brony” phenomenon is a flourishing community of adult, mostly straight, male fans of the children’s cartoon My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Brent Hodge’s funny and illuminating documentary surveys the members of this surprising subculture, framed by the journey of Ashleigh Ball, one of the show’s voice actors, embracing her unexpected fan base. | Read MoreDocumentary
After a poorly executed escape from the police, a gang of dysfunctional criminals flees to the suburbs and gets more than it bargained for when it crash lands in the garage of an upper-class Maori family whose refined palates have developed a taste for human flesh. This action-packed horror comedy tells a blood-spattered tale of basement butchery and shifting allegiances as these unlikely adversaries enter a deadly showdown. | Read MoreCrime, Horror, Comedy
With only a rake and a stick the Sand Dancer draws people from all over the world to watch him create his masterpieces. Nobody knows what time he will be there -- they sometimes have to wait for weeks before he emerges -- but when he does it's always worth the wait. | Read MoreFemale Director(s)