Short Films: ‘Alternative Horror #1’

Short Films: ‘Alternative Horror #1’

  • Location:411 Troutman Street Brooklyn, NY 11237
  • Venue:Lot 45
  • Length:06:00 pm – 07:00 pm

SHORT FILMS: ‘ALTERNATIVE HORROR #1’ // 1hr // Friday 10/13 // 6:00pm // Lot 45 // Q&A with Directors Post-Screening


BUG SNACK // Directed by Luke Williams, Ian Hurdle & Justin Gilman // USA

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BUG SNACK observes the madness that consumes a hungry being when his unusual cravings return stronger than ever before.

GREAT CHOICE // Directed by Robin Comisar // USA

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A woman gets stuck in a Red Lobster commercial.


Robin Comisar is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio. He taught himself how to edit and animate, creating work for Reggie Watts and Diarrhea Planet as well as ads for TiVO, Progressive and Verizon. His short film GREAT CHOICE was commissioned by the 2017 Borscht Film festival and was the only short in the Midnight Madness block of the 2017 Toronto Film Festival. Robin enjoys Dungeons and Dragons and once broke his arm in an arm-wrestling match.

JOUSKA // Directed by Wynter Rhys // USA

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An elderly man grapples with the guilt of what he’s done in the strange, whimsical land of his subconscious.


Wynter Rhys is a visual director, writer, editor from the Seattle area. Her signature aesthetic and storytelling style represents all things controversial and abstract that push the boundaries of society and common thinking. She wants her films to ignite raw truth and get under an audience’s skin. As a director, she begins and instills the story, but she believes the story evolves and resolves itself within the mind of her audience – which is precisely the reason why her films are so psychological. Universally human, undeniably chilling, and beautifully visceral – this is the foundation of every piece she creates.

PIZZA FACE // Directed by Justin Ulloa & Jamie Dwyer // USA

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A self-absorbed pizza waitress unleashes devastating horror after downloading a sinister mobile app.


Justin Ulloa and Jamie Dwyer are a Brooklyn-based art and animation team. PIZZA FACE is their fourth movie together, following their fast-food fantasy, CHEESE DOG: THE MOVIE (2015). Justin, a writer, artist and creator of Snaxtime.com, graduated from NYU’s Tisch Film & TV and Cinema Studies programs. Jamie, an NYU Art/New Media graduate, is a creative director and founder of Electric Wonder, an art & innovation firm.

RATCATCHER // Directed by Gil Choi // USA

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Haunted by his past, a man struggles to cope with the death of his wife as he is forced to face his nightmares involving rats.


Gil Choi is a South Korea-born filmmaker who lives and works in New York City. Gil works at National Geographic as afull time assistant editor, making documentary and reality TV shows. He also co-founded Loose Boot Studio where he produces and directs fashion films,commercials and branded contents. His first short film, Sky Burial (2014) premiered at 12th Boston International Film Festival as part of the official competition, and his second short film, Ratcatcher (2017) has played at several film festivals in the world, including Mise-en-Scene Film Festival in Korea and Macabro Film Festival in Mexico. Gil’s directing influences include Michael Haneke, Mario Bava and David Lynch, the inspiring surreal auteurs who create unique style and nuance.

STAYCATION // Directed by Zach Fleming // USA


Jeff just wants some quality alone time. So does the apartment he rented. A dark comedy about ghosts and loneliness and dancing.


Zach is a Brooklyn based filmmaker who loves horror films and tragicomedies. He currently works in the magical world of advertising and is writing a feature or two he can’t afford to make.

THE LAST LIGHT // Directed by Angelita Mendoza // Mexico

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IZABELLA, a young girl, finds a little BOY tied up in an abandoned house on her family’s land as the local farmers are frantically searching for her cousin, KATY, who has gone missing. Izabella, questions the boy to find out who he is and why he’s been left there. Is he being mistreated or has he done something wrong? It’s a race against time as the family & farmers try to find out what happened to young Katy before it’s too late.


After 10 years working in post-production for television promos & advertising, Angelita Mendoza began working towards her first passion, directing. “The Last Light” is the second short film Angelita has directed. She has also directed branded content and music videos. Angelita is of Mexican descent but born and raised in San Diego, CA.

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