Five Minutes Til Midnight
Nevermore Film Festival presents

Five Minutes Til Midnight

Long-Form Narrative Shorts

Canada: A skeptical blogger for the LA Times sits down in a coffee shop and listens to a serial killer reveal his horrifying stories of murder experiments. But who is the prey? And who will become The 100th Victim?

United States: A young woman working as an office assistant at a culture website comes down with a mysterious illness in Thread. 

Spain: A best-selling writer is locked up by a man who will not reveal his identity. Hands and feet tied, and without water or food, she will try to escape her terrible captivity while trying to find out the reason of her confinement in Mask of Sanity. 

Italy: In Sulla Soglia, a woman discovers that her husband and her young daughter are being held hostage by a gun-armed boy.

France: In the beautiful Just After Midnight, Suzanne is a young blind school teacher who’s living in a community of other blind people. She loves to study art history devoted to witches and to Satan’s erotology. Transformed, Suzanne tries to steal a man’s eyes to recover her own eyesight. But after her first attempt is a failure, she chooses a more approachable prey: her handsome and unsuspecting lover.

Individual tickets: $10 | 10-Pass $80
(Various Countries, 104 min.)

Friday, March 8

4:40pm   Fletcher Hall

Saturday, March 9

3:00pm   Fletcher Hall


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