Horrible Imaginings Film Festival

"We Are In This Together" Short Film Showcase

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Since the coronavirus pandemic started, there have been many turns of phrase that have been repeated ad nasueum. One of those is the well-intentioned (or is it?) phrase "We Are All In This Together." I decided to look at those words and think about things a bit more intimately, changing it to "We Are In This Together." These stories are about partnerships: marriage, significant others, and the like. As with the short film block about families, you will see that some films will address this phrase with irony, and others will address it with sincerity. All of them use human bonds as the center of either anxiety or hope.

A troubled young woman is consumed with the yearning to find the perfect man in a crowded NYC dating scene, even if it means building one herself, piece by piece.


"PERFECT gives you something to invest in, and some more depth than similar other shorts in this class that only scratch the surface. Stellar practical FX and use of visuals that are both compelling and gives the end result impact. It also address several themes that are very connecting to image, loneliness, and more." -Programmer Jay Kay


Director: Jeremiah Kipp's directing credits include the Chinese American co-production BROKEN BADGES,BLACK WAKE starring Tom Sizemore,LOVE AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN (Sundance Tv), PICKUP starring Jim True-Frost ("The Wire"), EDWARD ALBEE:A TRANSFORMATIVE MOMENT starring Mercedes Ruehl, THE SADIST starring Tom Savini, THE APARTMENT( commissioned by Canon to premiere their XL2 at DV Expo 2004) He is currently in post on his sixth feature SLAPFACE, starring August Maturo (The Nun) and Dan Hedaya (Blood Simple)

  • Year
    2020
  • Runtime
    10 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    United States
  • Director
    Jeremiah Kipp
  • Screenwriter
    Anthony Guilianti
  • Producer
    Ashley Tyler
  • Cast
    Ashley Tyler, Logan Roberts, Lucas Rainey, Cole Critchell, Kyle Tuck, Brandon Fox