WHFF Virtual: Spooky Shorts

The Woods Hole Film Festival’s virtual season series WHFF Virtual continues with a collection of scary, spooky, weird, and sometimes just a little twisted short films from the past four festivals. The program will be available beginning at 8am ET Thursday, October 29 until midnight Sunday November 1. Films in the program include:

Knock Knock (2019) by Alex Mancuso
A young woman attempts to find the source of a mysterious knocking in her room at night.

In The Mirrors (2020) by Merlin Camozzi
Clara discovers she has much bigger problems than a nerve-wracking meeting when her airbnb turns out to be haunted by invisible creatures.

Motel (2020) by Eric Ogden
Caitlin holes up in a secluded motel with her distressed younger sister.

motherhood (2020) by David Tyson Lam
When a woman desperate to connect with her husband is hindered by their unwanted child, dire consequences unfold.

Flesh & Blood (2017) by Merlin Camozzi
When a sweeping pandemic threatens to turn her father into a violent monster, 18 year-old Max must lead both him and her younger sister through a rugged wilderness in search of a cure.

Tomorrow (2019) by Karis Campbell
How will we think of yesterday when it becomes our tomorrow?

The Keeper (2020) by Bob Celli
A lonely widow and a lover of art meet at a speed dating event.

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Ticket purchasers will receive an activation link via e-mail on Thursday morning, October 29. Once you start playing the films you will have 48 hours to finish watching, or until midnight on Sunday, November 1, whichever comes first.

The series is supported in part by grants from the Cape Cod 5 Foundation, the Mass Cultural Council and the Falmouth Fund of The Cape Cod Foundation.

Tickets are $14 per person and $12, for Woods Hole Film Festival members and are on sale in advance at:

For more information email info@woodsholefilmfestival.org or call (508) 495-3456.