FRIDAY June 7

2019 CAPE FEAR

INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL

SIGN O’ THE TIMES  SHORT DOCUMENTARIES

June 7th – 5:30 pm – Hannah Block Community Arts Center (120 S. 2nd Street)

SHARECROP: Delta Cotton

directed by Claudia Stack

Stories from the life of Sylvester Hoover, who was born into a cotton sharecropping family in the Mississippi Delta in 1957.  Hoover reflects on his upbringing, the peonage system, and his feelings for the land and Blues music. 

BLUE & GOLD MARCHING MACHINE

by Alyson Vermillion, Nathan Burton, and Jenifer Hughey

Follow along as 200 musicians and dancers celebrate the 100th year of the North Carolina A&T marching band from band camp to the “Greatest Homecoming on Earth”.

R.A.W. TUBA

directed by Darren Durlach and David Larson

Richard Antoine White was a Baltimore child who experienced intermittent homelessness but went on to become a world-class symphony musician and professor.

LILY

directed by Adrienne Gruben

Artist, fugitive, trailblazer…the incredible true story of Lily Renée, who escaped Nazi-occupied Vienna as a teenager, and went on to become one of the true pioneers during the Golden Age of comics.

ASCENSION  (Feature Film)

June 7th – 7 pm – Hannah Block Community Arts Center (120 S. 2nd Street)

ASCENSION

directed by Ross Wachsman

When a troubled girl notices a sudden shift in her older sister’s personality, she fears that the same dark and terrifying force that caused her mother’s suicide is now inspiring her older sister to do something unspeakable. A tense, atmospheric and slow-burning horror/sci-fi/thriller that parallels our slowly loosening grip on reality.  This film is the winner of the 2019 DON AWARD for Best Produced Screenplay.

Also screening: 

 

ABANDONED  (short film)

directed by Chris Randall

A couple’s tour of a local abandoned home turns into a nightmare of an open house.

THE SLAUGHTERHOUSE 

Horror Shorts

June 7th – 9:30 pm – Hannah Block Community Arts Center (120 S. 2nd Street)

IT’S A MESS

directed by Frank Prinzi

A homeless man (Vincent D’Onofrio) with a troubled past…two young sisters with a dark secret…part modern day fairytale, part ode to the solitude of New York City nights…

ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE

directed by Ali Matlock

A vacationing couple attempts to rekindle their relationship. But when they encounter car troubles, being trapped in an unfamiliar environment, reveals secrets from the past.

CHEAT

directed by Chris Tolley

A young man’s girlfriend begins to transform into the women he has cheated on her with.

NIGHT OF THE FLUFFET

directed by Raymond Wallace

“Night of the Fluffet” is a cautionary tale about the dangers of bringing a wild Fluffet into your home. 

DEATH AND TACOS

directed by Isaiah Acosta

A gang of narcissistic millennials gets more than they bargained for when they crash a funeral service they find an ad for in a small-town newspaper.

HIDE AND SEEK

directed by Emily Brubaker

Two girls on a long road trip try to leave a small, nameless town. Frustration quickly turns to terror as they’re abducted by a figure that appears from the darkness.