9:30pm FRIDAY, September 27th— “Night Gallery” Short Films

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(Narrative, Subtitled, France, 20 minutes)

Yves and his wife have agreed to plant an experimental cornfield on their farm. This decision allows the couple to be more financially stable. As they have a baby on the way, everything seems to be on the up and up. That is, until one day, when Yves discovers some strange sap flowing down an ear of corn.

RATING: Intended for Mature Audiences


Director: Michaël Guerraz

A trained film editor, Michael Guerraz was born in Grenoble in 1974. After directing 5 selfproduced short films, in 2007 he was awarded a director’s grant at the Grenoble Short Film Festival thanks to his film Contacts, produced by the G.R.E.C. in 2009. Since then, Michael has directed two short films, both produced by Les Films du Cygne and written by Olivier Dreux: Clay (2012) which was selected for over 80 festivals and awarded more than 20 prizes, as well as being preselected for the 2014 César Short Film Award.