Saturday, June 29 | 12:30 PM | 88 minutes
Fuck You, Steve (08:38) Filmmaker in Attendance
Gail and her gang of friends (aka The Slasher Sisters) seek revenge on the boy who broke her little heart.
Directed by Nicholas Hartman, @chapel0fghouls
Astro Zombies (10:00) Filmmaker in Attendance
Two struggling filmmakers steal a song from their favorite punk band to use in their debut feature “Astro Zombies.” Things go beautifully awry.
Directed by Jake O’Brien (website)
Blood on the Lens (16:00) Michigan Premiere | Filmmaker in Attendance
Gloria wants to make the greatest horror movie ever made. Even if it kills her…
Directed by Nic White (website), @CinemaSlice
Circle & Sun (01:04) Michigan Premiere | Filmmaker in Attendance
Single glowing shape drops, duplicates, and disappears on a loop. Inspired by cell reproduction and destruction.
Directed by Giuliana Cascardo (website)
Good Grief (11:33) Filmmaker in Attendance
A brokenhearted man goes through the 5 stages of grief in one whirlwind night after breaking up with his girlfriend…with the help of an unexpected “friend.”
Directed by Toni Cunningham (website)
Twins compete for dominance but reunite for a pilgrimage to their family bus for a truce.
Directed by Jake Weber, Heather Irvine (website), @wsfpofficial
“Dirty Dog” (16:42) Michigan Premiere
A man uses Motown era song references to tell the story of how he meets and romances a girl during a dance.
Directed by Darius Gardner, @_bydarius
The Rougaroux (2:10) Filmmaker in Attendance
Take a midnight drive down a haunted highway to discover a southern werewolf: a rougaroux. Weaving Detroit, New Orleans, and dreamscape imagery, The Rougaroux constructs a fantastically twisted world where reality is in flux and fused with southern myth.
Directed by Ana Vincent (website)
Eugene (14:04) Michigan Premiere | Filmmakers in Attendance
A man searches for connection and acceptance on the streets and trails of a cold town. It’s going much better for his dog.
Directed by Alan LaFave, Don Hessell (website)