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“ANOTHER HOLE IN THE HEAD” FILM FESTIVAL REVEALS ITS FULL ON-LINE 2020 LINEUP "RUE MORGE"

By MICHAEL GINGOLD

The 17th edition of San Francisco’s long-running showcase of international independent genre fare is going virtual this month.

The last film festival of 2020, Another Hole in the Head will take place December 11-27 via Eventive.org and Zoom.us. The extensive slate includes over 40 feature films and more than 250 shorts, all available on demand during the fest. There will also be special live content, featuring audience Q&As with the filmmakers. Tickets are $10 each, with a five-film pass available for $40, a 10-film pass for $75 and a full pass for $125. To order tickets and find out more about the movies, click here; the complete feature lineup is as follows:

  • Terence Krey’s AN UNQUIET GRAVE

  • Kim Yong-hoon’s BEASTS CLAWING AT STRAWS

  • Marcellus Abas’ BRAVE ACTION

  • Juliette Strangio’s CECILY AND LYDIA AT THE WAYPOINT FANTASY

  • John Fraser’s CHOIR GIRL THRILLER

  • Julio Maria Martino’s COUNTRY OF HOTELS

  • Max Werkmeister’s DANNI AND THE VAMPIRE

  • Katrina Grey’s DAYTIME NIGHTMARE

  • Tanner Matthews’ DREAMLESS DRAMA

  • Arsen Anton Ostojic’s F20

  • Jose Montesinos’ FROM THE DEPTHS

  • Ryan Barton-Grimley’s HAWK AND REV: VAMPIRE SLAYERS

  • Dan Moss’ IMPERIAL BLUE

  • Alejandro Sescosse and Sergio Bastani’s INVENTION OF NATURE

  • Anthony Harrison’s JOE FINDS GRACE

  • Michael Lovan’s MURDER BURY WIN

  • Benjamin Ross Hayden’s PARALLEL MINDS (pictured above)

  • Weston Terray’s PRECARIOUS FANTASY

  • Lloyd Kaufman’s #SHAKESPEARESSHITSTORM

  • Joe Badon’s SISTER TEMPEST

  • Julian Baner’s SOME SOUTHERN WATERS

  • Adam Gascho’s STRAY DOGS

  • Lisa Barmby and Tom Alberts’ THE BIG KITTY

  • Scott Wiper’s THE BIG UGLY

  • Karen Lam’s THE CURSE OF WILLOW SONG

  • Chad Ferrin’s THE DEEP ONES

  • Alexandre Brecher’s THE EXPLORER

  • Erick Lorinc’s THE LAST THANKSGIVING

  • Alexander Salabaschew’s THE LOST END

  • BJ Verot’s THE RETURN

  • Amadeo Canônico’s THE STATEMENT

  • Alex Galvin’s THE TURN OF THE SCREW

  • Jesper Isaksen’s VICTIM OF LOVE

  • April Mullen’s WANDER

  • Ryan Dellaquila and Ier Schnabel’s WILLIE, JAMALEY & THE CACACOON



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