Discussion to follow with writer and director
Peter Stray

Dir. Peter Stray | Comedy / Horror / Sci-Fi | U.K. | 2017 | 80 min.

New Year’s Eve may be festive, but not for a group of drunken friends in Wales. This funny, action-packed sci-fi/horror film pits the bunch against invading, time-traveling aliens. Vineyard summer resident and U.K. native Peter Stray writes and directs this genre-bender that takes place in Wales, Vietnam, Martha’s Vineyard, and Washington, D.C. Up-and-coming actors from film and television, and some Vineyarders, play the hilarious group of misfits who must work together to save themselves—and the world.

This is a special pay-what-you-can screening.

Preceded by David Henry Gerson’s Student Academy Award-winning short film All These Voices
When a young Nazi finds a theater troupe of survivors celebrating the end of WWII in an abandoned Polish theater, he is forced to realize his role in their grief. "Beautiful and harrowing." —The Huffington Post


Thank you to the screening sponsor Vineyard Lights Photography