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Final Girls Berlin Film Festival “Best of 2019”

September 9, 2019 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Final Girls Berlin Film Festival showcases horror films directed, written and/or produced by women from around the world. Deptford Cinema and FGBFF are teaming up to bring you some of this year’s “best of” entries from the 3rd edition of the festival.

FGBFF co-founder Eli Lewy will be present, selling merchandise from the festival and will take part in a Q&A after the screening!

Entropia (14:54) – Directed by Marinah Janello, US, 2018

Loneliness and an obsession with vanity have pushed one woman to take unconventional measures to find happiness. Symbols of birth, death and rebirth grace the film and ask the audience to ponder the question: How far would you go to turn back time?

Panic Attack (3:07) – Directed by Eileen O’Meara, US, 2018

Do you ever wonder “did I leave the coffee on?” or “am I pregnant with a devil-baby?” This 3-minute short explores anxiety, obsession, and one woman’s slippery hold on reality.

Sell Your Body (11:09) – Written and directed by Jaannelle Yee, US, 2017

A med school dropout in crippling student debt swipes a wild couple on a dating app to make some fast cash.

Hair Wolf (12:11) – Directed by Mariama Diallo, US, 2018

In a black hair salon in gentrifying Brooklyn, the local residents fend off a strange new monster: white women intent on sucking the lifeblood from black culture.

Blood Runs Down (17:28) – Directed by Zandashé Brown, US, 2018

When a woman undergoes a frightening transition, her vigilant 5-year-old daughter must decide between saving her or protecting herself in this haunting account of inheritance, daughterhood, and demons.

Nose Nose Nose EYES (13:50) – Directed by Jiwon Moon, Korea, 2018

A 10-year-old girl witnesses her mother tending to her ill father, but she soon realizes that caretaking isn’t supposed to look like this.

9 Steps (7:16) – Written and directed by Marisa Crespo & Moises Romera, Spain, 2018

The night can be dark and full of horror for small children, especially for Saul who has to cross a long dark corridor to get to the toilet at night. But his father is trying his best to persuade him to cross.

Mouse (11:12) – Directed by Celine Held & Logan George, US, 2017

Fueled by coke, a desperate couple attempts to capitalize on an unlikely opportunity.


September 9, 2019
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm


Final Girls Berlin Film Festival


Deptford Cinema
39 Deptford Broadway
London, SE8 4PQ United Kingdom
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