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Multi-Film Screening

Friday Sept 27, 2019

1801 Mountain Rd NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104

Phone: 841-2802
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Ivan Wiener

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Enjoy screenings of Dreamwisher, Evie, Sometimes, I Think About Dying, Casey229, Moth and Psychosis.


DREAMWISHER: Mourning the death of her father, a lonely eight-year-old girl is befriended by two mysterious girls who offer her a way to reunite with him.

EVIE: Fifteen-year-old Evie Beekins has been kept from the world all her life. Raised on a compound in a cult-like rural community where her days are completely controlled and utterly routine, one day her parents drive her to a courthouse and inform her that today is her wedding day, whether she wants it to be or not. Facing her potential groom, Evie searches for a way to escape the suffocating fate being forced upon her by her mother, father, and a willing judge.

SOMETIMES I THINK ABOUT DYING: Fran is thinking about dying, but a man in the office might want to date her.

CASEY229: Pam comes to confront her husband's mistress, only to find out things are not what she has imagined them to be.

MOTH: An Asian-American actress struggles to revive her career in the sexually commodified entertainment industry. In the wake of an impending transformation, we observe the banality of her daily routine as her mental state slowly deteriorates.

PSYCHOSIS: Adapted from the 3rd highest-rated story on the short horror fiction website "Creepypasta" by award-winning author Matt Dymerski, Psychosis takes you deep into the mind of a neurotic programmer who begins to suspect that a technological entity is trying to abduct him. As his paranoia grows, he isolates himself completely in his cramped basement apartment, where his only connections to the outside world are distant memories of the past.

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