October Horror & The Returned
Free with RSVP

Thursday Oct 8, 2015
7:00PMDoors Open and Pre-Show Reception Sponsored by New Amsterdam Vodka and Ommegang Brewery
7:30PMLive Music
8:00PM"The Returned" Season 1 Episode 1
9:00PMProgram of Short Films
IN THE EVENT OF RAIN, SHOW WILL BE HELD INDOORS AT THE SAME LOCATION.

RSVP DOES NOT GUARANTEE ENTRY. SEATING IS FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED.

NO OUTSIDE ALCOHOL IS PERMITTED.

VENUE
The Bushwick Generator
Bushwick
195-215 Moore Street, Brooklyn NY, 11206
Enter at 195 Moore Street. L train to Morgan Avenue, or J/M trains to Flushing Avenue.

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This Show Presented in Partnership With
SundanceTV
The Bushwick Hotel & Inn

ABS Partners
New Amsterdam
Ommegang
Spinlister
Transportation Alternatives
Free Event
FREE w/RSVP

Special Screening of the Series Premiere of SundanceTV's critically acclaimed "The Returned," plus brilliant, terrifying short films from around the world.


Come hungry! Food & Drink will be available for sale from Neapolitian Express. Bike Valet will be provided courtesy of Transporation Alternatives & Spinlister.


THE FILMS

The Returned S1E01 (Fabrice Gobert | France | 56 min.)
In a French mountain town, 12-year-old Camille returns home from a school field trip to find that much has changed in her seemingly short absence. Groom-to-be Simon is confused to discover that his fiancé Adèle has left her job at the local pub, and a lost little boy is found by Julie, a young nurse. These people – and many more –are unaware that they've been dead for years, and their attempt to rejoin the world shakes families and loved ones.

Sea Devil (Dean Marcial and Brett Potter | USA | 9 min.)
Immigration is hell.

Tub (Bobby Miller | Los Angeles, CA | 12 min.)
Paul jerked off in the shower. Paul just impregnated his bath tub.

Knock Knock (Jeff Betancourt | USA | 13 min.)
Val and her friends play a game that allows them to communicate with the dead. The Knock Knock Game turns any doorway into a portal to the hereafter, but the girls soon learn that are rules that should never be broken.

Teeth (Tom Brown and Daniel Gray)
Things of worth are often neglected in favour of that which is more immediately gratifying. Unfortunately, things that are neglected are often lost forever. The life of a misguided and intensely focused man, chronicled through his oral obsessions.

We Used to Call People Late at Night (Eran Hilleli, Anna Shevchenk and Yoav Brill | Israel | 2 min.)
A melancholy animation about prank calls gone awry in the lonely anonymous night.

Drifters (Ethan Clarke | USA | 8 min.)
Three passengers awake on a train which they do not remember boarding in this unsettling animation with existential Western overtones.

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