|7:30PM||Doors Open and Pre-Show Reception|
|8:00PM||Live Music by Big Lazy|
|8:30PM||Premiere of "The Returned" Season 2|
|9:30PM||Horror Films Begin|
195-215 Moore Street, Brooklyn NY, 11206
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Rooftop Films, SundanceTV and Indiewire present a special FREE screening of the Season 2 Premiere of SundanceTV's critically acclaimed "The Returned," plus brilliant, terrifying short films from around the world.
The Returned S2E01 (Fabrice Gobert | France | 52 min.)
Six months have gone by since the Returned gathered one night, before disappearing into the mountains, taking with them Simon, Camille and her mother, and Julie, along with the mysterious boy Victor. Since then, nothing has been heard of them. There’s no sign of the police who came to protect the residents of the Helping Hand shelter. Now, Adèle is about to give birth to Simon's child, part of the town is still flooded, and the dam remains under surveillance, with the army providing logistical support for those residents who have chosen to stay. Rumors abound that the dead have returned, but the authorities refuse to believe them. The rare witnesses have chosen to remain silent or are not taken seriously, among them Léna and her father Jérôme, who have not given up hope of finding Claire and Camille. But when a mysterious man named Berg pays a visit to the town, it appears he knows more than he claims.
The Piano Tuner (Olivier Treiner | France | 13 min.)
Adrien is a young piano prodigy. He now works as a piano tuner. He pretends to be blind in order to infiltrate his clients' intimacy. Since he sees things he should not, Adrien ends up witnessing a murder.
Malody (Phillip Barker | 12 min.)
In a roadside diner, a sick woman rediscovers herself, and her world turns upside down (in magnificently created real-world effects).
Invasion (Hugo Ramirez and Olivier Patté | 4 min.)
Canis (Marc Riba and Anna Solanas | Spain | 16 min.)
Teo survives isolated in a house constantly besieged by a horde of stray dogs.
Tehlirian (Olivier Patté | 2 min.)
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