Vidlings & Tapeheads Encore!

8:00PM Friday, October 22nd 2021

Approx. 80 mins

This is exciting as fuckβ€”join us for a program of amazing short films selected from the first three years of the Vidlings & Tapeheads Festival!! Funny, irreverant, spooky, and bizarreβ€”a perfect vibe for a Friday night in October!


Little Wonder (2:46)
A refreshing take on puppet sexuality and some vague meditation on the loneliness of death.
Directed by Jojo Carlman (website)


IT’S DAVE (7:58)
Jim’s normal life deteriorates into a nightmare that he has no control of. Literally.
Directed by Benjamin Armes


My Loyal Audience (12:23)
A socially insecure teenage girl begins to suspect that her most personal, embarrassing thoughts may not be as private as she had hoped.
Directed by Megan Seely (website)


Cake (9:22)
Eliza, a bisexual woman, tries to explore her sexuality within her marriage with her husband Thomas by surprise ordering a seemingly human female sex robot. But the sex robot is not the cure-all she had hoped for. Be careful what you wish for.
Directed by Anne Hu (website)


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LARP: A Love Story (10:30)
An epically romantic and tragic courtship between two characters in a Live Action Role Play and its impact on their creators, in real life.
Directed by Summre Garber (facebook)


GODDAMMIT (8:00)
Glare from the setting Sun prompts three travelers to consider their place within the Universe. GODDAMMIT is a film that can best be described as “Carl Sagan meets Timothy Leary.”
Directed by Ryan Moser (website)


Nocturne (5:19) At night the forest creatures gather to gamble, putting their innermost at stake.
Directed by Anne Breymann (website)


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Sports Day (10:54)
A teenage girl is confronted with her inner demon when forced to lose her virginity on school’s sports day.
Directed by Lin Tu


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The Rougaroux (2:10)
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)


Josephine and the Roach (14:41)
A woman. A cockroach. The course of true love never did crawl smooth.
Directed by Jonathon Langager