Friday Night Frights Films – November 13th 2020
001 -The Nightmare – Horror – USA
Director: John Fitzpatrick
Kim’s sleep is disrupted when a demonic goblin enters her dream, determined to manifest itself in the real world. With her husband Brad right beside her but unaware of what’s going inside her mind, will Kim wake up before it’s too late?
002 – Seance – Horror – Czech Republic
Director: Robin Kasparik
Running time: 19:00 minutes
Séance narrates the story of three people, who are trying to find the fortune of a deceased baroness through a spiritualistic séance. But things will go a bit differently than they planned…
003 – Overkill – Horror – USA
Director: Alex Montilla
Running Time: 14:45m
‘OverKill’ is a film with a comedic take on a familiar setup: when too-woke-for-their-own-good college kids are terrorized by an unstoppable masked killer, the final girl must outsmart him to survive.
004 – Baghead – Horror – UK
Director: Alberto Corredor Marina
Running Time: 14:58m
Kevin is haunted by grief and has questions that only the recently deceased can answer. His search takes him to the most unremarkable of locations, a grotty storage room at the back of a rundown pub. However, what he finds there is anything but unremarkable.
005 – Vicious – Horror – UK
Director: Oliver Park
Running Time: 12:00m
A young woman comes home one night to find her front door unlocked and suspects she might not be alone in the house.
006 – Agatha – Horror – USA
Director: Timothy Vandenberg
Running Time: 8:20m
The orphan train comes daily, spilling hundreds of children onto the streets of Pennsylvania in the late 1800’s. Desperate and alone, the penniless 7 year old Sophie, entrusts an older woman who hires her to bring food each night to someone living in her attic. There is just one rule: Do not pass the serving table….EVER. As time passes, the child’s curiosity grows bold; drawing her closer to discovering the truth behind the prisoner.
007 – Don’t Move – Horror – UK
Director: Anthony Melton
Running Time: 13:56m
Set on one fateful night, six friends gather for their monthly ‘games night’…
and accidentally unleash a demonic force that might tear them – and their friendships – to pieces.
008 – Blight – Horror – USA
Director: Brian Deane
Running Time: 15:40m
A young priest is sent to battle dark supernatural forces threatening a remote Island community.
009 – Child Eater – Horror – USA
Director: Erlingur Thoroddsen
Running Time: 8:00m
A simple night of babysitting takes a horrifying turn when Helen realizes the boogeyman really is in little Lucas’ closet.
010 – Don’t Let Them In – Horror – USA
Director: David Lawrence
Running Time: 13:15m
Dan Metzger, a struggling author, consumed with the urban legend of the Black Eyed Kids, fears his obsession has led their evil to his door.
011 – Cleansing Hour – Horror – USA
Director: Damien LeVeck
Running Time: 19:00m
Two failed filmmakers, Lance and Drew, have found success running a webcast that streams LIVE exorcisms. However, each episode is an elaborately staged hoax, created to dupe their global audience. But, when their latest subject turns out to actually be demon-possessed, they are forced to reckon with their online charade.
012 – Swipe – Horror – Netherland
Director: Niels Bourgonje
Running Time: 5:48m
A girl finds out that she has a match on a dating app with a stranger, despite swiping him to the left moments ago. She starts to fear that the man is dangerously close to
013 – Night of the Slasher – Horror – USA
Director: Shant Hamassian
Running Time: 11:16m
A ‘shot-in-one-take’ slasher film about a teenage girl who must commit horror movie sins by drinking alcohol, doing drugs, and having sex in order to lure a masked killer and defeat him.
The Date for the 13th Annual TRIFI Film Festival will be on October 8-10, 2021.
Early Bird All-Fest pass SALE ends tomorrow, September 7th…Get your ticket today!
2020 TRIFI Virtual Film Festival begins on Oct 1 – 3, 2020!
Due to COVID, this year’s event will be virtual. Watch from the comfort of your home. Includes the 72hr Film Challenge where film makers have 72hr to submit their films.
For more information and tickets, visit us at www.trifi.org
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Contact: Nat Saenz
Tri-Cities International Film Festival Kicks off Twelfth Anniversary Show on Thursday, October 1st.
Richland, WA – The Tri-Cities International Film Festival (TRIFI) will kick-off its Twelfth Anniversary program on Thursday, October 1st.
Out of the abundance of caution due to Covid-19 and for the safety of our attendee’s, film guests and staff, this year’s TRIFI film festival will be virtual this year instead of an in-person event.
As a part of a rapidly growing Northwest independent film community, TRIFI has screened more than 1,500 independent (Indie) short and feature films from around the world over the past twelve years. This year’s festival garnered more than 130 film submissions from nearly 20 different countries.
The TRIFI Film Festival will run from Thursday, October 1st through Saturday October 3rd Films to be shown include independent award-winning feature films, documentaries, music videos and shorts in the Sci-Fi, Animation, Horror, Documentary, Comedy and Fan Film genres.
The 72 Hour Film Challenge pushes filmmakers to write, shoot, and edit a short film within the 72 hour window of the weekend of September 25th. This short production period puts the focus on quick decisions and decisive shooting. It also forces new film makers to “just shoot it”, often with outstanding results. For more information about the 72 Hour Film Challenge, check out: http://www.trifi.org/72-hour-film-challenge/.
Tickets for this year’s Tri-Cities International Film Festival are only $10 for a single day pass or $30 for an All-Fest (full weekend) Pass. Tickets can be purchased on the web at: https://filmfreeway.com/TriCitiesInternationalFilmFestival/tickets.
Film schedules, and content information will be found at the TRIFI website, www.trifi.org, once program schedules have been developed.
TRIFI is chartered: “To spotlight independent films with limited budgets using unlimited imagination!” TRIFI’s goals are: 1) To promote and encourage future artists and artisans in the art, media, and technology of filmmaking; 2) To further public awareness and appreciation of motion pictures as an art form; 3) To support the education of the general public in these areas by hosting annual film exhibitions, lectures, seminars, workshops, and other activities.
TRIFI is a Washington State Nonprofit Corporation.
The TRIFI Festival Director, Nat Saenz, is available for questions or interviews at (509) 727-2507.
Tonight is the kickoff for the 2020 TriFi 72 Hour Film Challenge. If you have always wondered what it takes to shoot a short movie, give the 72hrFC a chance. The mandatory Kickoff Meeting:
TRIFI Discord Channel
September 24, 2020
The 2020 TRIFI film festival dates are October 1-3. All Fest Passes include all 3 days of Indie film fun! Tickets are available online: https://filmfreeway.com/TriCitiesInternationalFilmFestival/tickets
TRIFI All-Festival Passes Early Bird Special
Get your TRIFI All-Festival passes between September 1st to the 8th and Save $10.00! Three days of Indie films for only $20.00. Starts on September 1st! Get your tickets today…