Made in Michigan Program 2019

VTFF2019 Made in Michigan Program
Saturday, June 29 | 12:30 PM | 88 minutes

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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

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Astro Zombies (10:00) Filmmaker in Attendance
Two struggling filmmakers steal a song from their favorite punk band to use in their debut feature β€œAstro Zombies.” Things go beautifully awry.
Directed by Jake O’Brien (website)

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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

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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)

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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)

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Motorcoach (07:01)
Twins compete for dominance but reunite for a pilgrimage to their family bus for a truce.
Directed by Jake Weber, Heather Irvine (website), @wsfpofficial

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“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

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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)

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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)