2018 Films and Trailers


You Go To My Head (Dimitri de Clercq) Feature International Drama Block #4 Sat 13, 2018
Filmed in Morocco. Mature Audience.
Following a mysterious car accident in the desert, Dafne suffers from post-traumatic amnesia.
Jake, the first person she sees when she regains consciousness, tells her he’s her husband.
A love story with a twist… and a twisted story with love!

Watch the trailer here: You Go to My Head
Miami Love Affair (Ralph Kinnard) Romantic Comedy Block #6 Sat. Jan 13, 2018
‘Miami Love Affair’ follows three relationships as they sail through the highs and lows of the biggest international art fair in Miami. Our protagonists will (re-) discover their true passions and inspirations, their relationship to the monetary aspect of art, and maybe find love in the process.
Starring the legendary Burt Reynolds, filmed in Florida with a local Miami cast and crew.
Moss (Daniel Peddle) Drama Block #7 Sat. Jan 13, 2018
Starring male supermodel-turned-actor Mitchell Slaggert, 'Moss' is a road movie on a river about a young man who disappears into the woods on his eighteenth birthday to find himself. A modern-day fable set in rural North Carolina, Moss reveals the struggles of lives deeply connected to nature.

Watch the trailer here: Moss
Blood Road (Nicholas Schrunk) Block #8 Sat. Jan. 13, 2018
To gain closure over the death of her father, a fighter pilot who was shot down during the Vietnam War, professional mountain bike athlete Rebecca Rusch and her Vietnamese riding partner pedal 1,200 miles of the Ho Chi Minh Trail to locate her father’s crash site while experiencing the impact war leaves on families, countries, and cultures.

Watch the trailer here: Blood Road

Special Free screening of "Among Them" Block #9 Sat. Jan 13, 2018 (Horror)
The new film from Horroble Pictures follows two bank robbers and their unwanted hostage into a seedy coastal motel in the dead of winter. When their boss doesn't show up and their tickets to freedom go missing, the three of them must battle through their deteriorating mental state and find a way out before they turn on each other.

F**k It, It's Over (Hardeep Giani) Documentary Block #10 Sun Jan 14, 2018
The gentrification of Soho in London is seen through the eyes of a local artist - Henrietta Sophia Wallace Dunlop, as she struggles to save it, and come to terms with her own related past.
Thou Art Dublin (Camille Wainer) Documentary Block #10 Sun. Jan 14, 2018
Thou Art: Dublin is a documentary that attempts to paint an intimate portrait of the creative life of Dublin. Set in post-Celtic Tiger Ireland, the film documents the efforts of five artists as they communicate the vision of their work amid the difficulties of the recession. Utilizing stylized surveillance effects and a range of lements suggestive of war journalism and combat film making, a small film crew tells this story by covertly exploring Dublin’s cityscape with the aim to retrieve the art community from the isolation and oppression of the recession.

Watch the trailer here: Thou Art Dublin
Occupants (Russell Emanuel) Science Fiction Block #11 Sun Jan 14, 2018
'Occupants' is a film about Annie Curtis, an award-winning documentarian and her husband Neil. Annie and Neil embark on a '30 Days of Clean Living' documentary, setting up cameras all over their house to document, via the Internet, their new eating habits. By doing so, half of their cameras capture a parallel version of themselves - a version that ultimately unravels and threatens their very existence.

Watch the trailer here: Occupants
Kiss and Cry (Sean Cisterna) Feature Drama Block #13 Sun Jan. 14, 2018
A romantic drama based on the true story of Carley Allison, a promising 18 year old figure skater and singer who made medical history in her fight against a rare 1 in 3.5 billion type of sarcoma. Carley is played by her real-life best friend, Sarah Fisher.

Watch the trailer here: Kiss and Cry


WATER(Mark Knight) Documentary Block #1 Fri Jan. 12, 2018
Spectacular imagery of our planet's limited resources. This short production was several years in the making as we traveled from the US, to South America to Iceland to capture the disappearing natural resources of our planet. Our intention with this film is bring awareness of the incredible beauty of water and it's place of importance to the survival of our planet.

Wave of the Winter (Mark Knight) Block #1 Fri Jan 12, 2018
For the 5th year, we are proud to present a free screening of Wave of the Winter as a fund-raiser for the Tommy Tant Memorial. Donations raised will go to the Flagler County Education Foundation. Don't miss this spectacular film on the big screen!
CHRISTMAS BREAK (ifeelms) Animation Block #2 Fri. Jan 12, 2018
'Early morning on Christmas day. All of it seems perfect: It smells like a cake, the last touches, a cute kitten looking for caresses...'
AUTUMN LOVERS (Jason Allen) Comedy Block #2 Fri Jan 12, 2018
Two young lovers go for a walk in the park and are inspired to reveal their true feelings about each other.
Be (Roberto Cano) Spain. Let it flow. Block #2 Fri Jan 12, 2018
Forty Miles to Macon (Daniel Espeut) Music Video Block #2 Fri Jan 12, 2018
"Forty Miles to Macon" is a short musical travelogue that highlights some of Georgia's historic places from The Old Mill in Juliette, Georgia, which was featured in the Oscar-nominated 1991 film Fried Green Tomatoes, to Macon’s historic Riverside Cemetery, which was established in 1887.
Self-Made Man/Rainbow Sunshine Woman (Carol Pendergrass Caster) Block #2 Fri Jan 12, 2018
Spencer is a self-made man. He doesn’t need anything or anybody but himself, and his money. At least that’s what he thinks! Sequoia sees things differently. She is grateful for everything that comes into her life.
For Luck (TL Westgate) Comedy Block #2 Fri Jan 12, 2018
The wrong guy goes into the wrong place at the wrong time. What could possibly go right?
American Sock (Jason K. Allen) Comedy Block #2 Fri Jan 12, 2018
A girl finds her soul mate on a social media site, but he turns out to be a sock puppet.
Undatement Center (Chris Esper) Comedy Block #2 Fri Jan 12, 2018
A man wants to date again only to discover that he needs a résumé and cover letter in order to do so.
Magic Mouse (Like Zammit) Comedy Block #2 Fri Jan 12, 2018
A lowly office employee has the opportunity to get back at his boss after receiving a magic mouse which can manipulate the world.
Jazz Talk Radio (Robbie Rittman) Rom/Com Block #2 Fri Jan 12, 2018
A jazz enthusiast meets a musician and the woman of his dreams -- only to admit to her that he's never listened to a jazz song in his life.
Islands Without Cars (Terry Spencer Hesser) Block #2 Fri Jan 12, 2018

Watch the trailer here: Island Without Cars - Netherlands
RONKONKOMO(Chris Roach) Music Video Block #2 Fri. Jan 12, 2018
From Actor/Comedian Chris Roach, who is currently on CBS' "Kevin Can Wait" and entertained us last year with "Umbrellas Kill," a music video shot and produced on Long Island.
Swipe (Kevin O'Neill) Horror Block #3 Fri Jan 12, 2018
Ten year old Cooper Newman is warned by his mother to stay away from her iPad because the internet is not safe for little boys. When his mother goes to bed, he takes her iPad to his room...and then he learns how right his mother was.
Lady Lillian (Amber Johnson) Dark Comedy Block #3, Fri Jan 12, 2018
Lady Lillian is a dark comedy about a tarot reader/psychic whose rambling and somewhat absurd conversations with clients become self-fulfilling prophesies.
District Quarantine (Damian Lahey) Horror/Sci-fi Block #3 Fri Jan 12, 2018
There's been another outbreak.
A Tap Dancer Murders Her Father (Caleb Porto) Dark Comedy Block #3 Fri Jan 12, 2018
Surreality, comedy, and melodrama collide in this period piece about a young female tap dancer who comes to a decision that in order to live her life, she must murder her father.
Ghost App (Gerald J. Godbout III) Horror Block #3 Fri Jan 12, 2018
A short ghost story about an APP that lets you see the other side.. However on this night it will do more than let you see, on this night it will let something in.

Watch the trailer here: Ghost App
Maslow's (Erik Long IV) Horror/Drama Block #3 Fri Jan 12, 2018
When a suicidal screenwriter is trapped in a warehouse, he attempts to outsmart the deadly games of a homicidal maniac.
Thicker Than Paint (Adrian Garcia) Horror/Thriller Block #3 Fri Jan 12, 2018
A down-and-out P.I. hot on the trail of stolen art collides with willful a mama who'll do anything to protect her thieving son. Students at Miami Dade College made up more than 90% of the crew. Shot on location over the course of five consecutive nights.
Girl Meets Roach (Christopher Zatta) Dark Comedy. Block #3 Jan 12, 2018
Dumped just before Christmas, a brokenhearted young woman forms an unlikely friendship...with a cockroach.
Chasing Titles Vol. 1 (Ryan Egypt) Drama Block #3 Fri Jan 12, 2018
Vol 1: Father, Joe can't get it together to provide for his family. Desperate for money, he runs a side hustle while working for an express mail company. His 12-year-old son, Caleb is fed up with the living standards in his dysfunctional family. When Joe loses his job and screws up his side hustle, he falls into deep depression, turns to cocaine, pain killers and alcohol which then calls for desperate measures. Caleb is then put on the forefront of the most important decision in his life.
Code Yellow (Erica Jacques) Documentary Block #5 Sat Jan 13, 2018
Code Yellow is a documentary telling the story of the endangered Yellow-Eyed penguin, it’s struggle for survival, and the people fighting to save it.
The Fourth Kingdom (Adan Aliaga & Alex Lora) Documentary Block #5 Jan. 13, 2018
The Fourth Kingdom is the kingdom of plastics, a redemption center in NY for immigrants and underdogs where the American Dream becomes possible indeed.
Recently nominated for the 2018 Goya Awards for Best Documentary (Spain).
An Undeniable Voice (Price Arana & Adam Rothlein) Documentary Block #5 Sat Jan 13, 2018
Sam Harris, believed to be one of the youngest to survive the camps during the Holocaust, shares his amazing story of survival with philanthropist and activist Sharon Stone.
The Shepherd (Joust van der Wiel) Documentary Block #5 Sat. Jan 13, 2018
Every day, general practitioner Nico van Hasselt makes the same rounds that he has been making for the past 60 years. While he looks after his patients with direct personal contact and care, he sees his discipline change around him. But even on his 92nd birthday, stopping is the last thing on his mind. When some of his frail patients are close to giving up hope, Van Hasselt remembers the promise he made to himself a long time ago.
Five Awake (Susan Willis & Donna Dees) Documentary Block #5 Sat. Jan 13, 2018
Five Louisiana women -- outraged over husbands shooting their wives -- set out to strengthen domestic violence laws, including a controversial proposal to restrict the gun rights of domestic abusers. In Louisiana, this was considered lunacy. Not the part about armed abusers. The part about wanting to disarm them. This is the story of what happens when women, armed with passion, pluck and political savvy, wake up and refuse to take no for an answer.

Watch the trailer here: Five Awake
Slayer A.D. (James Allerdyce) Horror Block #9, Sat Jan 13, 2018
A rural country farmer hires a lone tracker to discover who—or what—is responsible for his daughter’s mysterious disappearance. As the tracker travels deep into the mountains in search of her, he encounters something he can't explain, but that he must face.
Sentiment (Harrison Fuller) Drama Block # 12 Sun Jan 14, 2018
First Time Filmmaker/Student Production
This is a 2 minute short film depicting the courage of a young man realizing that too often, we don't appreciate important people in our lives until it is too late.
The Wednesday Sessions (Erin Smith) Animation Block #12 Sun Jan 14, 2018
Student Production, Florida State U. Director's statement:
I made a comedy mocumentary about monsters who are just as messed up as us. It was still hard to do, but at least I could laugh about it.
The Pen (Aaron Ohmstede) Drama Block #12 Sun Jan 14, 2018
Student film Florida Film Academy
The Pen is a film about the way the pen travels as it goes through its existence. The people that interact with it, as well as how it interacts with the people it meets.
An Orphan in Time (Dale Metz) Sci-Fi/Drama Block #12 Sun Jan 14, 2018
How far would you go if you could change everything? Laura faces a choice that will could change her life and the lives of those she loves forever!
Caretaker (Christopher Nold) Drama Block #12 Sun Jan 14, 2018
Student Film Florida State University
A homebound mother relies on her loving son for healthcare. When tests reveal an alarming secret, she must find the true cause of her affliction.
Nativity Unscene (Mark Datuin) Dark Comedy Block #12 Sun. Jan 14, 2018
A couple of the verge of a breakup decides to attend one final eye-opening Christmas getaway.
I Will Not Return (Scott Mena) Drama Block #12 Sun. Jan 14, 2018
An immigrant from El Salvador tries to make it in New York until one small decision changes his whole life.
In-Between (Lane Brunson) Drama Block #12 Sun Jan, 14, 2018
1st Time Filmmaker/Student production
With only seven minutes left, a young man finds the answer to life's biggest question.
BLINK (Christina Carmona) Drama Block #14 Sun Jan. 14, 2018
A man reminisces about the life he has.
The Smell of Oak (Mark Datuin) Drama Block #14 Sun Jan 14, 2018
A woman in denial has difficulty recalling the events of a violent assault.

Watch the trailer here: Blink
Jeremy (Nicole Pacheco) Drama Sun Jan 14, 2018 Block #14
Florida State University
Betrayed by his drug dealing parents and unable to protect his little sister, Jeremy now leads a life of crime on his own. He reflects on his past before robbing a convenience store, a decision that ultimately decides his fate.
A Face in the Crowd (Dale Metz) Drama Block #14 Sun Jan. 14, 2018
Garrett's closest friend Laney was always there for him but the lure of a high school beauty takes him down a path of pain and tragedy which he never anticipated. This film explores the pandemic of heroin abuse and deals with mature subject matter.
A Soldier's Rest (Shane Willis) Drama Block #14 Sun Jan 14, 2018
1st Time Filmmaker
A soldier returns from the war to battle his physical ailments. During his battle he discovers his son has died in the same conflict he is reliving in his head. When he finds out the details of his son’s death he launches a plan to seek revenge and relieve his pain simultaneously.
Lawman (Matthew Gentile) Drama Block #14 Sun Jan. 14, 2018
American Film Institute MFA Thesis project
Bass Reeves, is the first African-American to be deputized by the U.S. Marshal service. His wife, Nellie Jennie Reeves, tries to persuade Bass not to leave for his own safety, but Bass argues that it’s the best job he can get to keep a roof over his family’s head. When Bass charges into the desert, he engages in a shootout with two outlaws, Maha and Glen Huddleston, also African-American. Bass kills Maha in the gunfight, and arrests Glen, ordering him to carry Maha’s body across the desert back to Fort Smith. Over the course of their journey, Glen questions Bass’ choice of career and tries to psych Bass out in an unorthodox attempt at escape, a tactic that works as Bass begins to question his own mind in regards to the idea of justice and choosing to fight for a law and a country that may never fight for him.

Watch the trailer here: Lawman
Birthday Cake (Brantly Jackson Watts) Drama Block #14 Sun Jan. 14, 2018
Set in the deep south, Birdie marks the first anniversary of leaving her abusive lover, Donnie, with a ceremonial candle on a cake. One by one, her fellow survivors leave for the night, and Birdie is left to mourn the love she left behind with her abuser. As the evening unfurls, Birdie will be confronted by more than an aching heart in this Southern Gothic thriller. A haunting story of love, survival and the complexities found in relationships, this film examines modern domestic violence in a way that is seldom explored. An important film that promises to linger with viewers, Birthday Cake is as captivating as it is powerful.
Talk (Fred Zara) Drama Block #14 Sun Jan 14, 2018
8 lives intersect at a typical coffee shop one afternoon. Some of them are enjoying a fresh new start, some at a crossroads and for some, they may be in the midst of a painful ending.
As they navigate through their conversations with one other, we'll discover to whom this will be an afternoon they won't soon forget.
Light Sight (Seyed Tabatabaei) Animation Block #14 Sun Jan 14, 2018
MFA Thesis project U. Tehran
M.E., the imprisoned character in a room is attracted to a hanging light and tries to catch it. But the room itself becomes an obstacle on his way.