Art House • Thursday, 10 p.m. (110min)
Please note, this film block is intended for Mature Audience Only
Director: Helen Baldwin
When Raymond, a troubled street musician, discovers a “magic camera,” he uses it as a weapon to dominate and control women. After their initial response of fear and terror, the women work together to find their voices and reclaim their power.
Director: Mark Kerins & Elliot Mayén
When a young mother loses her children, her search for them reawakens memories of the trauma she had tried to forget.
Askin’ For It
Director: Kerry Gamberg
The friendship of three ‘ride-or-die’ high school bffs is put to the test when they each wake up to the same anonymous video message depicting the assault of one of their own, Jezz, by her boyfriend.
Director: Eileen O’Meara
Do you ever wonder “did I leave the coffee on?” or “am I pregnant with a devil-baby?”
Director: Nicolas Hugon
Ed is the favorite victim of the neighborhood gang. When one of the members of the band is found horribly mutilated, the events rush. Ed has no choice but to take responsibility and an improvised weapon to become the one he has always dreamed of being.
Below A Dark Wood
Director: Bill Slovick
A missing woman. A troubled man. A dark wood full of mystery. What moves among the trees? What secrets lie buried? And what comes creeping in the dead of night?
Director: Bret Miller
A macabre story about a man and his love; a decomposing body in a red dress. But the more time he spends with her, the more control she gains.
Director: Curtis Matzke
While practicing her clarinet alone in a theater, a young woman is disturbed by an increasingly menacing presence.
Director: Julia Barnett
A young girl and her puritanical parents are wary of the evils outside their door, but it’s what’s inside that is truly terrifying.
Director: Eric Bodge
A daytime horror about the earthly forces around us that impact our lives but we aren’t aware of – or choose to ignore. The story concerns a young boy who discovers a strange figurine. Its mysterious effect on his family suggests it could be a harbinger of larger consequence.
Schedule is subject to change.
In some cases, seating is limited. Arrive early to insure a seat!
2018 River Bend Film Festival Sponsors
Acruity • Art of Massage • Blank Space • Celtx • Constant Spring • Elephant Bar • Elko Hardwoods • Eyedart Creative Studio • Flowers By Phoebe • Froggy Radio • Gateway Cellar Winery • Greensweep Cleaning Services • Kelly Jae’s Cafe • LightBox • Los Primos • Maple City Market • Mid America Filmmakers • Nimble Wit Productions • Quality Inn • Studio Ace of Spades • Tympanum Press • Weston Fribley • Zehr Construction
This project is made possible by the support of the Indiana Arts Commission, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.