The official Damnationland 2015 trailer:
This was the lineup for our 2015 program:
An argument between a feuding couple in the seedy backwoods of Maine goes horribly awry.
A docu-memoir about the things that frighten us and how they change over time as we do.
A young woman living in a hyper-connected future meets a young man who has developed a method of manipulating the AI system that connects everyone and organizes society.
A vampire moves to the city to follow his dreams of becoming a poet–with the help of a vampire hunter posing as a real-estate agent.
A young couple on vacation takes a detour through a city that is missing from the map. They stop by to fill up their gas tank when things get complicated.
In the depths of space a fateful encounter between a salvage vessel and the legendary lost ship ‘Freya 7’ exposes a terrible secret.
Story time at a kids therapy camp gets weird. Check out Andrea Nilosek’s filmmaker spotlight below, we tried to get Stewart in too but he was busy fighting timberwolves in the arctic circle.
A man moves across the country to escape his past, only to be judged for his sins by the light of the looming lighthouse next door and the demon it summons.
Jane, a bored young vacationer, finds a mysterious VHS tape in a cabin in the Maine woods. Dark forces are at work as the tape’s Host leads the young woman deeper into a world of horrors. These interstitial segments are the peanut butter and jelly tying this years shorts into a cohesive program. MMMmmm… delicious.
An ancient evil haunting a young man’s dreams finds its way into his waking life.