LUIFF 2022 | Program 3: DARK

Program 3: DARK

The last program in this year’s run of the Lesley University Independent FIlm Festival is Dark. The films in this program are primarily experimental. They delve inside the character’s mental situations and the filmmaker’s thought processes are explored. Films in this category are, as expected, the darkest in tone and approach.


Jean-Francois Leblanc; Canada; 2020; Drama/Thriller Short Film; 23 Minutes

A young journalist goes into the deep wood to interview the heavy-metal duo LANDGRAVES, who records an album for the first time since a murder imprisonment. His curiosity pushes him to follow the band deep in the forest, as a snowstorm arises.

601 Revir Drive

Josh Weissbach; United States; 2017; Experimental Documentary Short; 9 minutes

A series of spatial limits are defined while a maker imbibes. Interdependence is inherited after a substance cannot be shook. An animal carefully guards an outlined space as a river runs backwards.

To All Those

Josh Weissbach; United States; 2020; Experimental Short; 7 minutes

A city symphony in miniature, dedicated to anyone who has gotten lost in thought while stuck on the midwinter train. to all that unfolds in those private reveries.

Matched Perspective

Ben Feldman; United States; 2021; Short Student Film; 24 Minutes

Whilst on a blind date, a young man and woman each have different perspectives on how it went. Diving deep into their inner workings of their minds seeing upfront what their perspectives on each other say about their character.

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