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Cellar Door Film Festival

Cellar Door Film Festival (CDFF) is Ottawa’s first showcase of speculative cinema, which celebrates the creativity of the Ottawa film scene and spotlights the city as a setting for the sinister and supernatural. CDFF encourages film culture, education, and production in Ottawa by promoting the creation, screening, and distribution of local, national and international films in the Nation’s capital.

Nov. 5-7, 2015| Showcasing independent films made within the speculative genres | Screening the strange & unusual.


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Free Women in Horror Month Screening of 'Dys-'!


Ottawa's Cellar Door Film Festival celebrates Women in Horror Month with a special Friday the 13th screening of Dys-. Dys-, directed by Montreal's Maude Michaud, is the first Audience Award winner for Best Feature Film at the Cellar Door Film Festival and CDFF can't wait to hit audiences with a second shot of Michaud's bold, raw vision. The film screened to an engaged audience back when Michaud joined the festival for its inaugural edition in 2014.


The feature presentation of Dys- will be preceded by a screening of Michaud's 2009 short film Reflection and Michaud will join us for a Skype Q&A after the film to chat all things great about the combo of girls and gore.


The film screens for FREE on Friday the 13th at 7:00pm in 100 St. Pat's at Carleton University and is sponsored by the School for Studies in Art and Culture and the School of Canadian Studies (Carleton University) and Cellar Door Film Festival as part of Women in Horror Month. Please visit for more info.


Synopsis: A strange disease is plaguing the city. Hoping to escape contamination, Eva and Sam, an estranged married couple, are forced to barricade themselves in their apartment despite the palpable tension between them. Now forced into isolation in their small living space, they struggle with their own frailty in a world that can only offer the worst horrors imaginable.




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