Best of NOVEMBER 2, 2021 Trailer Festival

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SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF TRAILERS:

WHERE BUTTERFLIES DON’T FLY, 2min., Czech Republic
Directed by Roman Nemec

Daniel is an odd guy who lives with his endlessly quarrelling parents uncomplaining about his destiny. Adam is his classteacher. Daniel and Adam live in their own bubbles until a moment when they both happen to be together in life threat. Lost in the darkness, cut off from the rest of the world, they are both looking for a way out. How far will they be willing to go?

SHUTTER THE DOORS, 1min., USA
Directed by Sheri Sussman, Robert MacCready

“Shutter the Doors” is a short film, starring Ian Buchanan and Billy Wirth, that captures a moment in a man’s life as he experiences a sudden change, and deals with the gravity of the implications of this loss.

CASE #3809, 2min., USA
Directed by Jose Evangelista

The Detective’s tale is revealed through the eyes of his victims and murderers.

THE AWAKEOVER, 90 seconds, USA
Directed by Stephen Burhoe

Trailer for the short anthology film , The Awakeover.

GOD FEARING MAN, 2min., USA
Directed by John Broadhead

In a small, isolated town in Southwest America, a preacher with a cult following must confront his passions, his doubts, and strange shadows of supernatural terror that descend upon his community of believers.

I SEE MY BEAUTY IN YOU, 4min., USA
Directed by George Kostopoulos

A college freshman becomes infatuated with her wolfish poetry professor.

EXILE, 2min., USA
Directed by Martin Webster

The last 6 years of Napoleons Life after the Battle of Waterloo. Exiled by the British Empire to the island of St Helena, #Napoleon descends into Madness from his past before he meets his death in 1821.

FORBIDDEN POWER, 2min., USA
Directed by Paul Kyriazi

After a one-night affair with a mysterious woman, a young man wakes up alone with sexually transmitted powers. He searches for the woman to find out the source of her power and why she chose him.

COYOTE HOWLS, 2min., USA
Directed by Barri Chase

JAMES HUNTER, 37, a college professor unwillingly embarks on a spiritual journey into the world of Native American belief that informs him in the understanding of his culture. Thrust into a “spiritual realm” that reflects and refracts tribal folklore and the force of nature, James is tested by multiple bloody, supernatural attacks.

LEVI CLEARS OUT, 3min., USA
Directed by Ron Gephart, Chad Allen Barton

1998 HENRY and IRENE Bickel’s home. Most of the story takes place in HENRY’S study. HENRY died two weeks previous to the main action of the film. IRENE died the previous year. The house is in a rural area

FORETOLD, 4min., UK
Directed by Dion Johnson, Denise Dowdell-Stent

Love is the most powerful magic – but is love alone, enough?
Can babes-in-arms safeguard our future? Or will Stygian darkness rain upon us, plunging the world into a void of eternal night?

ETERNAL, 3min., UK
Directed by Dion Johnson, Mark Pirrie

Vala believes she is just an ordinary teenager trying to find her place in the world with her closest friends, Jelly and Max. But her splendid normality is quickly turned upside down when she meets Elvar, a handsome fae boy that Vala finds impossible to resist.

WE NEED RENT MONEY, 2min., USA
Directed by Blake Laitner

A feature-length comedy about 3 party animals who have 7 days to come up with the cash.

SCREENPLAY TRAILER: Escape To Hollow Earth, by Colin K. Stewart

http://www.EscapeToHollowEarth.com
http://www.HollowEarthQuestMovie.com
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm8307094/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_2
http://www.HollowEarthResearch.org

SCREENPLAY TRAILER: My Father’s Worst Nightmare, by Joe Russo

With his boyfriend, SHAWN, in tow; college sophomore NINO CERUTTI pays a weekend visit home for the express purpose of “coming out” to his family. Additionally, he wants permission to move from his dormitory to an off-campus apartment; to set up housekeeping with Shawn, whom he plans on introducing to the family during this visit. …….

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