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Somerville TheaterSomerville, MA, United States


Saturday, September 15, 2012, 4:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Somerville Theater, 55 Davis Square, Somerville, MA 02144
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FESTIVAL PASS - Etheria Film Festival More Info

Access to all films and other Etheria Film Festival Events

$15.00 $0.00
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General Admission - FANTASY BLOCK - 7 pm More Info

Seamstress - Gracie Otto (Australia)
An ailing bird watcher becomes obsessed with a seamstress living next door when he observes her luring birds into her home. He discovers that she needs the birds to survive, and that he may hold the key to furthering the species.

Oowie Wanna - Bridget Palardy (USA)
While doing laundry, a misfit 7-year-old girl tumbles into an alluring other-world, where she must decide the fate of her birthmark.

Prita Noire - Sofia Carillo (Mexico)
A fantastical animated story of two sisters in a strange place, and their strange relationship.

She Wolf - Francesca Reverdito (Italy)
Little Red Riding Hood turns the table on the wolf.

The Maiden and the Princess - Ali Scher (USA)
A fairy tale about a young girl who loves the princess instead of the prince.

The Hunter and the Swan Discuss Their Meeting - Emily Carmichael (USA)
A Brooklyn couple have dinner with a hunter and his girlfriend, a magical swan woman. It doesn't go well.

The Stolen - Karen Lam (Canada)
A dark fairytale about an imaginative little girl who saves a bullied boy and is granted a secret wish.

The Red Hood - Danishka Esterhazy (Canada)
A dark re-telling of Little Red Riding Hood set in the Canadian prairies during the Great Depression.

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General Admission - SCI-FI BLOCK - 9 pm More Info

dark re-telling of Little Red Riding Hood set in the Canadian prairies during the Great Depression.

Sci Fi

The Provider - Brianne Nord-Stewart (Canada)
In an alternate-history 1940s small town America, after Japan retaliates over Hiroshima with biological warfare, the local doctor’s home is the safest place to seek refuge. Or is it?

Undetected - Kristen Anderson (USA)
A blown engine on a remote road forces two sisters to look for help in a ghost-town from a couple that closely resembles the living dead.

Laura Keller - Maureen Perkins (USA)
With global population at an extreme high, federal fertility lotteries now determine who can and can’t reproduce. When one woman learns that she will be permanently sterilized, her faith in the system is shaken.

Imminent Danger - Alana McNair (USA)
Whoops! After an unintentional button pressing incident alerting Earth of its impending demise, Gail must find a way to reverse this misunderstanding and save the world!

Kaboomtown - Jakqui Schuler (USA)
As the human race keeps on exploding around her, Jane struggles to fill out a stack of application forms to stay alive.

Slashed - Rebecca Thomson (Australia)
Worlds will collide when Renata and Frieda's erotic fantasies cross the digital frontier.

Volcano Girl - Ashley Maria (USA)
Fighting super villains is easy. Losing your superhero job, moving back home and sharing a bathroom with your little sister? Now that’s hard.

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General Admission - We Are All Cylons - 4 pm More Info

Feature - Documentary

We Are All Cylons - Ilana Rein (USA)
We Are All Cylons investigates our very human enthusiasm for technology and myth by examining the metaphysical resonances of the television series Battlestar Galactica.

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Saturday, September 15

Somerville Theater, Somerville MA 02144

The Etheria Film Festival is an international film festival screening the best new short fantasy and science fiction films directed by woman from all over the world.

This is the world premiere screening of the festival. This event is hosted by All Things Horror Presents.

4 PM - WE ARE ALL CYLONS (Documentary, Feature) - THIS EVENT IS FREE

7 PM - FANTASY BLOCK (Short Films)







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