Fantasia’s annual showcase of intimate, auteur genre visions returns with eight extraordinary works from five countries, conjured by a pack of phenomenal filmmaking talents whose names should be etched into your mind’s eye. – Mitch Davis
At an art school in the ’90s, a young outsider embarks on a morbid quest for pure self-expression.
A black family strive to shield their rural Vermont home from the eyes of ghosts that surround it.
An Indigenous girl whose mother has vanished is attacked by her cab driver. An anguished work, with supernatural energies.
A serial killer stalks 1975 NYC. That’s not going to stop New Yorkers from having fun in this largely bar-set short.
Lucía Forner Segarra
An assault victim becomes the avenger of battered and molested women across town, taking back the night in blood.
A series of interpersonal misreadings bring a young man’s suppressed inclinations to the surface.
A pregnant woman has a miscarriage in her bathtub. Her partner struggles to care for the skin that remains.
A boy playing in the forest comes across terrified people of a different race in the midst of nightmarish circumstances.