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NewLatino Filmmakers Screening Series

LATIN HORROR, in association with NEWFILMMAKERS, cordially invite you to the NewLatino Filmmakers Screening Series at Anthology Film Archives - "The HORRORphiles #2 - Scaring up a Revolución," featuring the work of emerging Latino/a directors working within the genre of horror.

NewLatino Filmmakers is the best and only independent Latino “cinematheque” showcase in New York City -- now in its 7th year! Docs, shorts & features. "Come early, stay late, pay one price."

 
When: Saturday, April 4, 2009 ~ 6:30-9:30PM
Where: Anthology Film Archives, 32 Second Avenue at Second Street, Lower East Side, NYC
Price: $6 admission ~ at the box office ~ general seating

6:30-7PM: Complimentary BLOODY MARY cocktail shots in lobby.
7:00PM : Narrative Shorts Program
8:00PM : Narrative Feature

Series Director/Curator: Edwin Pagán
Q&A with filmmakers in attendance immediately following final program.

"434"
Dan is bored in his hotel room in Burlington, Vermont. The hotel is almost empty, but there's a woman by the pool, he decides to go 'hunt' her, without knowing that he'll become the pray and he'll be trapped in the 4th floor of this hotel maybe for the rest of his life, or his afterlife.

LEONARD ZELIG & JAVIER PEREZ-KARAM Writers, Directors
434
2007 / 9 Minutes / Digital / Short
 

MY WIFE IS A ZOMBIE
Zombies interrupt a sadistic liaison ...with deadly consequences.

Sometimes it’s better to stay in bed. Darren is having a mid-life crisis. His wife is dying of cancer and his mistress’s demands are becoming perversely absurd. Julienne, the wife, is fed up. Tonight is the night she’s hunting down her cheating hubby and reclaiming her marriage. Unfortunately, their young daughter Annabelle insists on coming along. In the midst of it all, zombies appear. The situation doesn’t look good.

MONICA WINTER VIGIL Writer, Director
MY WIFE IS A ZOMBIE
2008 / 10 Minutes / Digital / Short
 

3:52
A young woman (America Ferrera) battling addiction must go on a spiritual journey to face the demon that's haunting her.

SHAWNA BACA Writer, Director
3:52
2005 / 12 Minutes / 35mm / Short
 

BLOOD DRIPS
A tale of a woman (Barbara Jimenez) who finds herself contemplating suicide...

You invest in hate. When the ends nears, when all the promises, faithless lies, and regrets are done, will it all be worth it?

PEPPER NEGRON Writer, Director
BLOOD DRIPS
2009 / 4:59 Minutes / HD / Short
 

THE CRYPT CLUB
A dark, cautionary tale of three teenage girls who drive a vintage hearse to a deserted country cemetery for a midnight initiation that will challenge each girl’s conscience – with horrific results.

MIGUEL GALLEGO Writer, Director, Producer, Editor
THE CRYPT CLUB
2005 / 23 Minutes / Super 16mm / Short
 

THE MUD BOY
Based on a true story. Buenos Aires, 1912. A series of brutal murders are sweeping the town. Mateo (Juan Ciancio), a 10-year-old boy, holds a secret: sometimes his mind guides him to a dark place in his memory where he is eyewitness to a series of murders. When his secret is revealed, many people think he is the murderer. Estela, his mother (Maribel Verdú), with the help of a forensic policeman named Dr. Soria (Chete Lera), tries to find a rational explanation for the visions and then challenge the scepticism of Petrie (Daniel Freire), the police inspector. Meanwhile murders continue... And chaos takes hold of the situation.

JORGE ALGORA Writer, Director
Marcia & Norbert Gomes de Oliveira Suchanek's THE GUARANI MBYA – NOMADS OF THE ATLANTIC RAINFOREST
2008 / 103 Minutes / 35mm / Feature
 

TRAILER SPOTLIGHT
LATIN HORROR will also preview exciting new works-in-development by talented Latino filmamakers by showcasing their teaser/trailers. Support these Latinhorrorphiles!

SUBHYSTERIA

"subHysteria" - Leonard Zelig
Sixteen people get stuck in a subway car in NYC for 36 hours, without communication, food, way to escape, and a fatal sensation that they are going to die.

 

 
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