Sep 29 Sat
Sick Chick Flicks Film Festival - Livescream with Q&A4:10 PM - 11:59 PM EDT
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Added by ConcourseConnect SystemFree Screening followed by Q&A with director, Michelle Iannantuono
Free admission at the door starting at 4 p.m.
Every day, over 200 loving fans watch Scott Atkinson play horror games online. After a lifetime of failures and false starts, streaming games is the only thing he's good at. Until it becomes a nightmare. Enter Livescream - a mysterious horror game sent to him by an anonymous fan. At first, he thinks the game is a low quality indie title. But when his followers start dying one by one, Scott must complete nine levels of video game hell in order to walk away alive.
LIVESCREAM Director info Michelle Iannantuono is a Charleston-based filmmaker and novelist. In both mediums, she leans towards the genres of horror, science fiction, and fantasy, but likes any story told with passion and a great emotional core. Although she's had a camera in hand since the age of 9, she didn't direct her first real short until she was 24. In the two years since, she has produced three shorts, one feature, and one music video. Her most recent short, "Psychoacoustics," is part of the feature anthology "What Becomes of Us" from Eternal Ground Films. It is inspired by the sound anxiety disorder, misophonia, which she has personal experience with. To a misophone, sound can be more horrifying than visuals, and Psychoacoustics taps into that revulsion. Her first feature film, "Livescream," was also completed in 2018 and was inspired by the four years she's spent watching YouTubers screaming at video games. Michelle's films Livescream and Psychoacoustics both screen at SCFFF this year