Directed by Amelia Moses
Undress Me follows Alice, a socially awkward freshman desperate to fit into college life. A chance encounter at a frat party sets into motion a series of horrifying events, culminating in the mysterious deterioration of Alice’s body. Alice soon finds herself in a spiral of gruesome self-destruction and returns to the frat house in order to confront the person she believes is to blame for her physical decay.
Amelia Moses is a film writer/director based in Montreal, Quebec. She is a recent graduate of the Film Production program at Concordia University (Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema). She has written and directed two short fiction films, Undress Me (2017) and 34 (2015), as well as two experimental pieces Anti-Intimate (2014) and In Motion (2014). Her work focuses on the visual expression of female anxiety through the medium of the horror genre.
Cast: Lee Marshall, Leigh Alderson, Stephanie Ng Wan
Writer, Director, Producer: Amelia Moses
Producer: Mariel Scammell
Director of Photography: René Arseneau
Editor: Mattias Graham
Art Director: Stephanie Burbano
Original Score: Mitchell Westcott
Sound Designer & Mix: Sylvain Paradis
Special Effects Artist: Kaye MacDonald
Makeup Artist: Ana Maria Cimpoia
Colorist: Simon Allard
Title Design: Hilary Moses
88 minsThe Nitehawk Shorts Festival MIDNITE screening, co-programmed with Sam Zimmerman (Shudder) features the very best in new horror voices. Includes an introduction by filmmakers.