Total Runtime: 91 min
*Talent in attendance for all screenings
This is what you wanted… Midnight shorts are back with 16 more slices of supreme insanity, absurd animation, giant penises, and actual child birth. There is pretty much nothing we won’t put on screen to shock and delight you. So, sit down, strap in, and stay hydrated (that means beer, people), or some of you are “Nagonamakit” to the end.
Directed by: Scott Calonico
Germany/UK/USA, 2019, 11m
Scott Colonico (“The Irish Rovers,” FFF 2013) tells the true story of how the Berkeley police department, the Nazi invasion of the Netherlands, an Academy Award-winner, and Star Trek’s Mr. Spock are all connected by one of the most hilarious and disturbing educational films ever created.
Directed by: Anthony Cousins
USA, 2018, 7.5m
The kids at Camp Nagonamakit are about to find out that some scary stories are more than just legend.
Directed by: Bill Plympton
USA, 2018, 1.5m
FFF icon Bill Plympton has a lot of thoughts about Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin. Bill might be drawing the story, but Trump is painting the picture.
Directed by: Nichola Latzgo
USA, 2018, 6m
A Seussian nightmare of alien-esque creatures in a series of twisted forms of relaxation.
Directed by: Calvin Reeder
USA, 2019, 3m
If you saw FFF alumnus Calvin Reeder’s first film in this series, that’s all you need to know. If you didn’t…
Directed by: Brian Lonano
USA, 2018, 3.5m
This is what you wanted…. a sequel.
Directed by: Teal Greyhavens
USA, 2018, 7m
Birthdays are a time for the whole family to come together.
Directed by: Emily Hagins
USA, 2018, 6m
Halloween parties are for first kisses and scares. This film from director Emily Hagins (“My Sucky Teen Romance”) has both.
Directed by: Trevor Anderson
Canada, 2019, 4m
Some shorts are just the perfect texture and the perfect length. This is two of them.
Directed by: Jared Callahan
USA, 2019, 2m
A woman in the woods makes her escape.
Directed by: Jacob Gregor
USA, 2019, 8m
A darkly surreal and viciously bleak look at making YouTube videos.
Directed by: Graham Parkes
USA, 2019, 7m
After smoking some weed with a friend, Craig starts to worry that he’s trapped in a movie.
Directed by: Gurleen Rai, F. Anthony Shepherd
USA, 2018, 7m
The archetypal, sad clown, pining for true happiness but finding only failure and rejection in place of success.
Directed by: Rob Savage
UK, 2018, 2m
Armed with a carton of salt, a woman (Alice Lowe, Sightseers, FFF 2013) protects her dying daughter from a demon.
Directed by: Adam Mason
UK, 2019, 7.5m
In ancient pirate lore, a card with a black spot meant you had been judged, and death was coming. Adam Mason (“Empire of Dirt,” FFF 2018) is about to show us what that looks like.
Directed by: Astron-6
Canada, 2018, 8.5m
Those crazy Canadians Astron-6 (“The Editor,” FFF 2015) are back with this twisted tale of three cowboys—lost and freezing to death in the middle of winter. They crowd around a fire for warmth and grow slowly more paranoid.