A bit like Schrödinger’s Cat, a film isn’t really dead or alive until someone watches it. The limbo waiting period after post-production can be trying, but Something’s Awry is happy to announce that several of our cats– er, films, are screening online and in various film festivals in the upcoming months!

Our ghostly short “Grump in the Night” will be screening at the Cleveland International Film Festival at the end of the month, and if you’re up for some leprechaun-themed scares this St. Patrick’s Day, both popular horror channel Alter and the Screamfest Horror Film Festival will be showing our latest short “Unlucky Charms” on March 17th! If you somehow miss both of those, you can also catch our iconic cereal killer lurking at the Milwaukee Film Festival in April.

Finally, both “Grump in the Night” and “Unlucky Charms” will be charming and scaring audiences at the upcoming West Chester Film Festival and the National Film Festival for Talented Youth (NFFTY) in April. This is the last year our films qualify for NFFTY, a festival celebrating filmmakers 25 and under, and it marks a special turning point for Something’s Awry Productions, whose members have submitted to the festival since they were 12 years old— years before our company’s founding. It’s a joy to look back and see our story come full circle. 

Toy Blast screen shot

Unlucky Charms

Animation of family looking behind a TV in shock

Grump in the Night