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NEON Theatre at Los Feliz 3 | Beyond Fest 2023
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Submit to these overwhelming and spectacular displays of unpredictable hilarity.
“Kiddo,” Brett Chapman, 15 Minutes, UK
A rickety bus trundles through the wilting British countryside. Sinister secrets await as a mysterious older woman named ‘Kiddo’ and a cohort of overexcited teenagers draw closer to discovering the truth of their journey.
“Storm,” Lena Tsodykovskaya, 8 Minutes, USA
A couple wakes on a stormy night to find themselves trapped in the mechanisms of a horror movie.
“Murder Camp,” Clara Aranovich, 15 Minutes, USA
Two slasher serial killers make the shameful error of serial killing at the same summer camp on the same night, challenging the very fabric of their friendship… and identities.
“Bounce House,” Callie + Chris, 16 Minutes, USA
Civilization has ended. Everyone Polly loves is dead. But at least she has a bounce house.
“Sweet Juices,” Sejon Im, Will Suen, 15 Minutes, Australia
A city filled with rabid food connoisseurs is brought to its knees when Chinese takeaway becomes the supreme currency,
commanding more power than sex, drugs and money.
“Fck’n Nuts,” Sam Fox, 12 Minutes, USA
Sandy is grievously forced to break it off with the boy of her dreams in order to avert him from meeting her unusual parents.
“Baby Yoga,” Megan Chumbley, 8 Minutes, USA
An ordinary man inadvertently stumbles into a prenatal yoga class and is severely punished by the underworld…
“The Flute,” Nick Roney, 9 Minutes, USA
Fleeing a long term relationship, a young man seeks refuge with his best friends. After discovering their strange instruments, he’ll learn the bachelor lifestyle is not as sweet as it sounds.
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