Film Slam is Sunday, September 14
(released 9/12/2014)

The next Film Slam is Sunday, September 14th, 2014. The Film Slam screening and competition is hosted at the Enzian Theater.  Promptly beginning at 1:00p.m., the following will be shown:

"Memory" by Summer Day Rescue (2014)
Director: Steven Shea; Writer: Beth Vandal & Steven Shea; Producer: Melissa Gruver & Terry Cronin
Running Time: 4:00; Website:
Synopsis: A music video for the Central Florida band Summer Day Rescue, follows a lonely teenage girl as she tries to stand tall through the terrors of high school, much like the sculptures in the statuary she frequents.

Shit's About to Get Dark (2014)
Director/Writer/Producer: Stephen Stull
Running Time: 6:42
Synopsis: "What's the worst thing you can think of?" With those words, five friends kick off a hilariously filthy game of shock value one-upmanship that culminates unexpectedly in real-life horror.

Inhabited (2014)
Director/Producer: Trent Duncan; Writer: Wes Hall
Running Time: 17:13; Website:
Synopsis: A rag-tag group of soldiers are on a mission to find a cure as alien parasitic creatures seek to inhabit the earth by taking control of each individual.

Down the Road (2014)
Director/Writer: David DeRienzo; Producer: Sarah Glaze
Running Time: 10:00
Synopsis: A young man at a crossroads in his life finds himself whisked back in time and must confront his greatest childhood fear to alter the course of his destiny.

Mr. Gold (2014)
Director/Writer/Producer: Brian Carlson
Running Time: 4:13; Website:
Synopsis: Mr. Gold is a 21-time felon who spent 11 years incarcerated and appeared on the Maury show twice for paternity tests. A sign holder for a jewelry store, he seeks to bring joy to those passing by while also yearning to help people like him.

SP #12 (2014)
Director/Writer/Producer: Carl Knickerbocker
Running Time: 2:50; Website:
Synopsis: An injury. A Madonna. A nightmare. Thoughts of childhood. And bird-like creatures. An unsettled journey. Part of a series of short films in the Suburban Primitive mode.

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