2022

Synopsis

Eve awakes in an unstaffed medical facility, awaiting diagnosis for a mystery illness. With no recollection of how, why or when she was admitted, she joins a group of outcast patients, who are attempting to recall what takes place during treatment inside a terrifying room known as the hole - a psychoactive space where testing takes place and encoded instructions are administered that each patient must follow if they wish to heal.

They cannot leave the locked down facility, for fear of what their sickness will unleash upon their families and the world beyond.

As Eve learns more about the patients, she begins to remember the terrible events that led to her sickness.

Eve’s husband and son are missing and her journal holds the key to finding them.

She writes in an attempt to recall why she was admitted to the facility. An alien world at the edge of her dreams begins to bleed through, compelling her to write the transmissions down. Soon, these visions will consume her.

Is she a prisoner, a patient... or dead?



AWARDS

Best Sci-Fi Film - MidWest WeirdFest 2022

Best Director - John Harrigan - Festival of Cinema NYC 2021

Best Feature Film ‘International Narrative’ - Festival Angaelica 2021

Best Screenplay - John Harrigan for Lightships - Dreamers of Dreams Film Festival 2021

Best Feature Film Fiction - International Moving Film Festival 2021

Best Feature Film - Suspense - Peephole Filmfest 2021

Best Science Fiction Film - Something Wicked Film Festival 2021

Best Film Award - L.A. Sci-Fi & Horror Festival 2021

Best Feature - Sci-Fi - Gold Award - 1st Quarter - Queen Palm International Film Fest 2021

Best Director - John Harrigan - Gold Award - 1st Quarter - Queen Palm International Film Fest 2021

Best Actress - Lois Temel - Gold Award - 1st Quarter - Queen Palm International Film Fest 2021

Best Cinematography - Mark Caldwell - Gold Award - 1st Quarter - Queen Palm International Film Fest 2021

Best Producer - Bill Houston, John Harrigan, Lucy Harrigan - Gold Award - 1st Quarter - Queen Palm International Film Fest 2021

Best Poster - Paul Jenkinson - Gold Award - 1st Quarter - Queen Palm International Film Fest 2021

Best Writer - John Harrigan - Silver Award - 1st Quarter - Queen Palm International Film Fest 2021

Best Editing - John Harrigan - Silver Award - 1st Quarter - Queen Palm International Film Fest 2021

Best Sci-Fi Feature Cryptic Award - Crypticon Kansas City Shockfest 2021

Best Feature Length Live Action - Silver Medal - Brooklyn SciFi Film Festival 2021

Best UFOLOGY / ALIENS film - Bronze Award - Fortean Film Festival 2021

Best Mise-En-Scène Award - Brighton Rocks Film Festival 2021


OFFICIAL SELECTION

2022 MidWest WeirdFest

2022 Esoteric International Film Festival

2021 The International Film Festival of Wales

2021 Festival Angaelica

2021 Dreamers Of Dreams Film Festival

2021 Sydney Science Fiction Film Festival

2021 Northwest Of NYC Film Festival

2021 International Moving Film Festival

2021 World of Film International Festival Glasgow

2021 Bastalavista International Genre Film Festival

2021 Peephole Filmfest

2021 Catalina Film Festival

2021 Brooklyn SciFi Film Festival

2021 Festival of Cinema NYC

2021 Paracinema Film Festival

2021/2022 Queen Palm International Film Festival

2021 Crypticon Kansas City Shockfest

2021 L.A. Sci-Fi & Horror Festival

2021 Something Wicked Film Festival

2021 Fortean Film Festival

2021 Brighton Rocks Film Festival


“Director John Harrigan’s latest feature is one of the most captivating and unusual releases I have seen in quite some time. Based on the book Remembrance by Maryann Rada, the film explores a myriad of metaphysical concepts that shed new light on what constitutes reality, where we as a species may be headed, the nature of our true self, the essence of death and dreams, and even humanity’s interaction with extraterrestrials.” - Brent Marchant