Our long-running short film festival LITTLE TERRORS returns this month, on Tuesday, March 26th! The line-up includes nine diverse genre shorts, including work from the prolific Izzy Lee, twisted local stop-motion animator Adam Ciolfi, and the intensely-disturbing French short ACIDE, where the rain literally makes people melt.
This month’s line-up:
Acide (18 minutes, premiere)
DIR: Just Philippot
A young family must protect themselves from an unthinkable threat from above. Disturbing and well-made
The Obliteration of Chickens (3 minutes, premiere)
DIR: Izzy Lee
LT-alunus Lee (My Monster) returns with this…. I can’t even describe this. Just watch it.
The Monster (11 minutes, premiere)
DIR: Neil Stevens
A young boy lives in fear of something in his basement.
Filth (15 minutes, premiere)
DIR: Adam Ciolfi
LT-alumus Ciolfi (Broken) returns with this stylish stop-motion tale of gritty noir-tinged revenge.
After The Rain (3 minutes)
DIR: BJ Verot
After every storm a child has gone missing. It’s raining again. From LT-alumnus director Verot (Echoes in the Ice). Previous selection of Toronto After Dark.
Gemini (13 minutes)
DIR: Mily Mumford
In the near future, two VR gamesters meet unreal life and expose their dark interactions in game. Previous selection of Toronto After Dark.
The Midnight Jester (4 minutes)
DIR: Craig Fisher
On her way home from work, a young woman’s life takes a terrifying turn.
And don’t forget our Little Terrors anthology trilogy, available at the Rue Morgue Shop.