“Mmwah-hah-hah-hah-hah-hah!!” That sinister laugh…(Shut up! That was SO sinister!)…announces another “first” for BIFF as it unveils its brand new “Horror” short slot. Maybe it’s a sign of the times, or a symptom of our socioeconomic climate, but the horror genre has become a very popular indie haunt (Thank You). Some of these films may, one day, grace the midnight lineup of Svengoolie, Ned the Dead, or even Count Floyd. Veddy, veddy skeddy, indeed!
Runtime: 24 min.
Director: Aitor Uribarri
Website : Horizon
The world as we know ended, only its ashes are left.
In a desperate attempt to bring the family together, Ana and her mother begin a dangerous journey where they’ll face the monsters that now rule the Earth and an even more dangerous one: the one we all carry inside…
Genre: Horror, Mystery
Runtime: 20 min.
Director: Matthias Greving
Website : Delver Glass
A man attempts, in vain, to prevent another from suffering the consequences of a sinister curse associated with the Delver Mirror.
He presents a dire warning, in the broadest possible terms, to the ill-fated central character as to the fantastical legend and insidious nature of the mirror.
Slowly they advance upward through the labyrinth of sticky corridors until the attic door approaches.
Genre: Animation, Sci-Fi
Runtime: 7 min.
Director: Bobby de Groot, Arjan van Meerten
Producer: Bobby de Groot
On a long and dusty road a routine cruise patrol takes a strange turn and spirals totally out of control.
Genre: Drama, Horror
Runtime: 18 min.
Director: Brian Crano
Website : Dog Food
Declan is a young man who is the butcher and owner of a butcher shop in NY. and teaches cooking classes there also.
He owns this cute dog named Ralphie who is his best friend. Declan first meets
Eva who shows up at his butcher shop and orders chicken that he recommends. His dog goes missing for days and Declan’s life starts to unravel. O
ne day Eva shows up at his butcher shop after she sees the fliers that say, Lost Dog. She feels sorry for him and invites him to dinner along with her room mate.
Eva cooks him dinner and they all sit at the table eating. As he is sitting there eating and talking with them. Little by little clues start to emerge to what really might have happened to his dog.
Runtime: 13 min.
Director: Ethan Shaftel
Producer: Dain Ingebretson
Website : Flesh Computer
When his cybernetic pet project is put in jeopardy, the handyman of a decaying apartment building is forced to take a stand, blurring the lines between human and machine.
NOTE: Synopsis are typically provided directly by the filmmaker themselves. Sometimes English is not their first language. We ask reader’s understanding for less-than-perfect language and grammar