Another Hole in the Head 2019 full schedule. December 1st-15th New People Cinema, SF

16th Annual Another Hole in the Head Film Festival

December 1 -15, 2019

New People Cinema, San Francisco

SF IndieFest is pleased to announce the dates and complete program for the 16th Another Hole In The Head Film Festival which takes place December 1 - 15 at the THX certified New People Cinema in San Francisco’s Japantown. The festival will once again bring the freshest new independent genre films from around the world to San Francisco audiences. For the 16th year, the festival will screen well over 100 feature and short independent films in 15 days. For more information, please visit or, or call 415-793-6868.

Screeners and interviews are available; a list of screeners and guests expected are at the end of the document. 


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Sun, Dec 1 10:30am STRICTLY LOCAL 1 - SHORTS PROGRAM A collection of ten SF Bay Area short films.

1pm ASSORTED FLAVORS 1 - SHORTS PROGRAM An eclectic collection of eleven short films.

3pm THE BOLD, THE BEAUTIFUL & THE BIZARRE - SHORTS PROGRAM A collection of fifteen art/experimental short films.

5pm HEY MONSTER, HANDS OFF MY CITY (Local film, cast and crew in attendance) (USA, Directed by Michael Meehan) Comedy, Crime, Horror  Hey Monster, Hands off my City is a visual vibrant and absurdly comedic film featuring a who’s who of San Francisco comedians. Featuring Jonny Steele and Reggie Steele as the leads, the cast includes Michael Meehan, Dwoira Galilea, Michael Pritchard, Greg Proops, and Linda Hill.

7pm EAT BRAINS LOVE (USA, Directed by Rodman Flender) Horror, Comedy, Romance  An ordinary lunch hour explodes in an orgy of spurting blood and flying organs when stoner Jake Stephens and cheerleader Amanda Blake suddenly gut-munch half their class in the school cafeteria.Comedy, Crime, Horror The director of IDLE HANDS delivers an outrageous, gore-soaked zom-rom-com.

9pm SHE NEVER DIED (Canada, Directed by Audrey Cummings) Thriller, Horror, Supernatural Lacey, a socially detached loner is cursed with immortality and her never-ending tedium of existence. In her attempts to keep her compulsions in check, she seeks out the darkest souls humanity has to offer. Lacey must now face her own inner demons while simultaneously finding her next meal.

Mon, Dec 2 7pm THE MAN WITH THE SILVER CASE (USA, Directed by Colin Best)  Thriller, Film Noir, Political  Already killing himself with drugs and alcohol, an anonymous American agent, the Man in Gray, accepts a deadly job: deliver a suitcase to a shadowy organization...

9pm ROT (USA, Directed by Andrew Merrill)  Horror, Drama A grad student breaks up with her boyfriend to focus on her thesis, not realizing something has infected him and that he's going to wreak havoc on her life.

Tues, Dec 3 7pm 8 (South Africa, Directed by Harold Holscher)  Horror, Supernatural, Suspense Bankruptcy forces William Ziel (Garth Breytenbach) to return to the farm he inherited from his estranged father in an attempt to start a new life with his young, fragmented family.

9pm X (Local Film, cast and crew in attendance) (USA, Directed by Scott J. Ramsey) Dark comedy, Melodrama, Thriller, LGBTQ No fantasy is too obscene at the masquerade balls hosted by Christian King, known to her guests as X. The monthly masked debauchery that takes place at her beachside estate is all fun and games until the arrival of an unexpected guest from Christian's past threatens to bring to light her darkest secret.

Wed, Dec 4 7pm THE TANGLE (USA, Directed by Christopher Soren Kelly) Sci-Fi, Neo-Noir In the near future, the Tangle, an AI with airborne nanotech, connects the world. The Tangle is benevolent; it has stopped crime, keeps us well and safe.  But to make sure it never turns rogue a government agency watches over them from within technology safe rooms, locations impermeable to the nanobots that ma