18th Annual Indy Film Fest - Award Winners

Shorts: Before Midnight

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12 films in package
Gosta de Poesia? [Do You Like Poetry?]
Roberto is one of the many inhabitants of the largest city in South America (São Paulo). After starting a medical treatment to help with his anxiety, the results are not what he was hoping for.
The Last House
A neighborhood dad taking some kids trick or treating gets more than he bargained for when he agrees to let the kids visit one last house for the night.
The Scarecrows
Japan’s ageing crisis has no side effect more symbolic than that of its dying villages. This is the story of one village’s struggle for survival, as the remaining residents use seemingly peculiar methods to keep the settlement alive.
The Internet Kills
When Victoria and her friends discover an app that kills you, they accidentally unleash something truly evil...
The Grave of Saint Oran
Narrated by the masterful Neil Gaiman and based on his poem In Relig Odhrain, this is a tempestuous tale of sacrifice and faith.
Fit
When an obese teenager’s pants don’t fit on the night of his prom, he takes drastic measures to make sure he doesn’t miss out.
Suspensão [Poise]
Pent-up frustration and indecisiveness take on a phantasmagoric interpretation in this experimental animated short.
"Love"
In this narrative art film bringing a modern poem to life, a series of touching vignettes show two women falling in and out of love -- but not in any traditional way you've seen before.
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I Like Tomorrow
This short hybrid film is set in an orbiting space station where a lonely lady astronaut works out a love triangle between her past, present and future self.
Message From the Future
A time traveler tries to save the future. It doesn't go well.
Stray
A spirit metes out vengeance when a young girl ignores her mother's warning about the Pied Piper myth.
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These lighter midnight selections include animated, experimental, and even a musical!

I Like Tomorrow is a sci-fi comedy musical that combines live action and animation. This short hybrid film is set in an orbiting space station where a lonely lady astronaut works out a love triangle between her past, present and future self. Each woman has a different but meaningful relationship to "space" and are all portrayed by the same actor (Michole Brianna White).


Co-Writer/Director/Producer Jennifer Reeder is a noted filmmaker based in Hammond, Indiana. She directed the feature Signature Move which premiered at SXSW and then won both Best of American Spectrum and Best of Hoosier Lens awards at the 2017 Indy Film Fest. Her most recent feature Knives and Skin premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival and was an Indy Film Fest Official Selection of our 2019 festival.

  • Year
    2020
  • Runtime
    12 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    United States
  • Premiere
    Midwest
  • Director
    Nancy Andrews, Jennifer Reeder
  • Screenwriter
    Nancy Andrews, Jennifer Reeder
  • Producer
    Nancy Andrews, Jennifer Reeder
  • Executive Producer
    Walter M. Robinson
  • Co-Producer
    Steven Hudosh
  • Cinematographer
    Christopher Rejano
  • Editor
    Charlie Kessler
  • Animator
    Nancy Andrews, Lauren Benzaquen
  • Production Design
    Steve Reber, John Henley
  • Sound Design
    Zach Soares
  • Music
    Nancy Andrews