Across the River

Directed By : Lorenzo Bianchini

Italy / 2013 / 102 min / Completed

Technical Details :

Cast :

Marco Marchese, Renzo Gariup, Lidia Zabrieszach

Produced By :

Collective Pictures

Music By :

Stefano Sciascia

Language :

Italian / Slovenian

Festivals & Awards :

Festivals :

Taormina FF – Official Selection

Fantasia IFF – Official Competition

Cinestrange FF – Official Selection

Telluride Horror Show FF – Official Selection

Sitges FF – Official Selection

Ravena Nightmare FF – Official Selection

Festival de Cine de Terror de Molins de Rei – Official Selection

Trieste Film Festival – Science+Fiction – Official Selection

Monster Fest – Official Selection

Tohorror Film Festival – Official Selection

Omaha Film Festival – Official Selection

Gerardmer Film Festival – Official Selection

Film Video Monitor – Official Selection

Abertoir Film Festival – Official Selection

Horrorant film festival – Official Selection

Festival des Maudits Films – Official Selection

Scary Movie 7 New York – Official Selection

Festival Du Cinema Italian – Official Selection

Awards :

Fantasia IFF – Special Mention

Cinestrange – Best Feature Film

Ravenna Nightmare FF – Best Feature Film

Tohorror – Best Feature Film

Molins De Rei – Best Director and Youth Jury Award

Omaha Film Festival – Honorable Mention

Watch the Trailer :

Synopsis :

A naturalist reaches the wooded areas of eastern Friuli, on the border with Slovenia to carry out his usual work. He observes wild boars and deers, looks for traces of predators, maintenances traps and cameras scattered over the forests. Looking at the computer filming the webcam on a fox, he realizes that the animal comes close to the ruins of abandoned houses in the inner part of the forest. The next day he goes in search of those houses. Bad weather continues to rage making inaccessible his way back. Fragments of a distant past emerge from the darkness. The rain is relentless, and pushes him to seek a shelter in the houses of the abandoned village. Inhuman screams echoing, now near, among the streets of the ghost village.

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