Skip to main content

Abigail

USA, 2012 (MIFF 2012, Fiction)

Director: Matthew James Reilly

Abigail

Abigail is trying to leave town, but is constantly delayed by residents holding her accountable for the actions of her destructive mother.

Second prize winner in the Cinéfondation at Cannes this year.

D/S Matthew James Reilly P Matthew James Reilly, Raven Jensen, Seth Blogier TD HD Cam/2012

See also...

I Remember

In his book, Joe Brainard recounts his life through a series of dairy-like entries, each beginning with the words "I remember". This engrossing short film is a visual summary of some of the entries ... More »

Narcocorrido

With nothing to lose, a gravely ill border cop robs a cartel shipment. Things spiral out of control resulting in an explosive finale in this narcocorrido - Mexican drug ballad - made real. ... D/S ... More »

Emily's Last Date

Emily's Last Date is an hysterical journey into the world of blind dates. Director Michael Clancy creates a series of vignettes peopled by believable yet repulsive characters. Therapy with a ... More »

Das Clown

An education slide show not suitable for children. Sparkles, a two-foot antique clown, is the prized possession in Mr Higgins' quaint antique shop. But when he comes to life on a dark and stormy ... More »

Exterior Night

A unique project originally shot in HDTV, Exterior Night utilises a previously unimaginable conceit-using original rear screen process plates and background scenes from Warner Brothers classics of ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director