Consigned To Oblivion

‘Consigned to Oblivion’ Debuts at Sunrise 45 Film Festival

Consigned to Oblivion is a new short horror film from It’s Alive Films. The screenplay, written by Joshua Werner is based on his own short comic story he had written and illustrated. The film will make its debut at the Sunrise 45 Film Festival in Alpena, MI this weekend.

Check out the trailer, then read on for all the details!

Consigned To Oblivion Synopsis

Consigned to Oblivion focuses on an artist who is desperately trying to capture, in a painting, the face of a person he saw in a recurring dream, before the memory of their features fades away. Caught up in an obsession testing the limits of his sanity, each night that he sleeps, he awakens to find the painting evolving on its own, giving him further clues to the face that keeps changing in the dream.

The film was written by the aforementioned Joshua Werner, directed by Stephen Florentine, and produced by them and It’s Alive co-founder Krissi Kinney.

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Consigned To Oblivion

The Sunrise 45 Film Festival, named for its place on the 45th parallel on the sunrise side of Michigan, has selected Consigned to Oblivion for its Friday Night Fright! horror lineup, which begins at 9pm on Friday, August 17th. According to Producer Krissi Kinney,

“While we are now actively looking for more film festivals for Oblivion, we couldn’t think of a better place to debut it than Sunrise 45!”

We at PopHorror would like to wish the best of luck to Krissi and Joshua and the crew this weekend. What do you think? Did you enjoy the trailer for Consigned to Oblivion? Tell us in the comments!

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