Saturday 10 October
Cinema // 21:00 // € 0
Final Girls Berlin Film Fest: Best Of 2020 (Online)
Open: 21:00 - 23:30 hrs
Tickets: € 0

Though social distancing saves lives, we still crave community and connection in these uncertain times. Introducing Dam’d Social Cinema—our platform for sharing films, while staying connected. Before and after each screening, our programmers will greet the audience and discuss the films on Zoom.

Tonight, we are pleased to partner with the Final Girls Berlin Film Festival, which showcases horror cinema that’s directed, written, or produced by women and non-binary filmmakers. Join us for a special online screening featuring 8 of their best hand-picked horror shorts! Several directors will join us on Zoom after the program to take your questions.

Admission is free, but donations are appreciated. Find our virtual cinema, donation button, & more detailed directions on how to connect here.

Full program information below.


Lili (8:35)
Directed by Yfke van Berckelaer
Lili knows she has to nail this audition. The Man she auditions for, knows this too. Thus starts an uncomfortable cat and mouse game in this single take horror about the misuse and reclamation of power.

Xiomara (10:17)
Directed by Loelle Monsanto, Suriname, 2019
Xiomara lives with her grandmother. She likes to meet guys on a dating app called Vinder. But is she looking for love?

CRUST (3:41)
Directed by Isabella Avery, UK, 2019
Pie competitions and stifled dreams; we follow the journey of one woman who is pushed to the brink in this stop-motion animated short.

Children of Satan (23:26)
Directed by Thea Hvistendahl, Norway, 2019
11-year-olds Louise and Maria make friends at a Christian summer camp. When a new girl arrives, Erna, Louise and Maria are asked to take extra care of her, but they soon realize she is a bit different. They conclude she must be possessed by Satan.

Vinegar Baths (14:01)
Directed by Amanda Nell Eu, Malaysia, 2018
A tired and overworked nurse at the maternity ward finds joy when she is alone roaming the hospital corridors at night. It’s the time when she can finally eat.

Snowflakes (14:48)
Directed by Faye Jackson, UK, 2019
Esther and Miriam are being forcibly deported from the UK to Jamaica, when there's an outbreak of a deadly virus and they’re left to deal with the aftermath.

Deep Tissue (8:42)
Directed by Meredith Alloway, USA, 2019
Two strangers meet under mysterious circumstances and discover they share a mutual fetish.

Lone Wolf (7:00)
Directed by January Jones, Australia, 2019
Determined to fit in at a sleepover, 15-year-old Sam ignores cruel taunts from Blair and her growing feelings Willow, but she can’t ignore the strange things happening to her body.