Sclera Absentia, Directed by James Furlong (Texas) - A young married couple's evening takes a terrifying turn when they invite a very strange 12 year-old boy in from the rain. "Sclera Absentia" was my excuse to play in the dark. I've tackled horror before, but this time, I really wanted to see what I could do with light and shadow. It was a chance to fool around with the concept of that thing in your house that goes bump, but never seems to have a source; that point where your imagination desperately tries to fill in the gaps with all your worst nightmares. The urban legend of the sinister, black-eyed kids was exactly what I was looking for. I'm beyond excited to share this little slice of suburban horror with audiences, and I truly hope they enjoy watching it as much as I enjoyed making it.

Oregon Short Film Festival - Winter 2021 Official Selection

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