Web Series Competition TOHff 2017

TOHorror Film Fest 2017
Bruciare violini, Stefano Farolfi, 15 episodes, Italy, 2017
Sticking a label to a storyteller’s tale is a damned scrape and a real waste of time! This is not due to lack of desire: it is only impossible to explain-without-telling the accidents of a band of idlers that argue with their cunning, that are in credit with trouble and help poor people with such a muddle-headed plan that if it was not funny, nobody would understand it is a genius idea!

Dégolas, Jérémy Guiter, 2’, France, 2017
Degolas is a forest eld, but he also is an environmental disaster. With candor, he destroys and pollutes everything that he finds on his way.

Hooked, Luca Vecchi, 3 episodes, Italy, 2016
In a closed system that totally lacks information, external circumstances can influence our judgement.
In a closed system that totally lacks information, the presence of lots of money in the toilet of that old lady can influence your judgement.
Hooked is a black comedy.

KIN Fables, Ben & Sebastian McKinnon, 3 episodes, Canada, 2015
A cinematic odyssey through modern fairytale taking place in the spaces between childhood and adulthood.

La stirpe di Orazio, Riccardo Bernasconi & Francesca Reverdito, 9 episodes, Switzerland, 2016
Three gypsy vampires have sworn not to drink human blood until the finding of an unconscious young woman destroys their will power. Things get complicated when they aren’t the only ones interested in the girl...

Supa Supa, Steven Briand & Julien Jourdain de Muizon, 11 episodes, France, 2017
As he finds himself struck by The Perfect Girl’s beauty, he discovers his power: to bend and control reality thanks to pixilation.
However, this amazing ability won’t stop him from enduring unlikely hardships in order to seduce The Girl of his dreams. Simply put, Supa Supa is the the story of a young guy who will have to ful ll a quest full of hope, energy, twists and turns, before he can call himself a man.

TICKETS, SUBSCRIPTIONS AND CREDITS

  • Ticket feature films:
    6 euro
  • Ticket short films:
    3 euro
  • Subscriptions:
    • feature films:
      40 euro
    • short films:
      15 euro
    • Total:
      50 euro
    • Universitary students:
      25 euro

Single tickets at cinema:
buy directly at cinema the day of projection or in pre-sale HERE >>

Tickets projections at BlahBlah and all subscriptions:
only available at the cash register, the day of projection.

  • For the purchase of tickets, subscriptions and withdrawals of all credits (press, guests, authors) please contact the TOHorror cashier at BlahBlah from h. 17.

THE PLACES OF THE FEST


Where is the TOHff 2017:

GREENWICH VILLAGE

Via Po 30, Torino

BLAH BLAH

Via Po 21, Torino