Whistle, and I'll Come To You + Short Films
A young professor takes a vacation by the sea. A colleague asks him to investigate an ancient Templar site near the beach. There he finds a strange bronze artifact. This beautiful and haunting Italian adaptation of the M.R. James story will be shown with a selection of short films.
Robert W. Chambers, "Repairer of Reputations"
Mr. Wilde claims to be the architect of a vast conspiracy which uses, amongst other devices, blackmail to influence and command powerful men whose reputations the conspiracy has saved from scandal. Hildred imagines that, with Wilde's help, he will become the heir to the "Last King" of "The Imperial Dynasty of America", which Wilde says is descended from a lost kingdom within distant stars in the Hyades. However, Hildred perceives his cousin Louis standing before him in the line of succession.
A woman suffers a terrible, cryptic nightmare whose origins may lie beyond the horizons of the known. From this surreally ominous vision, the viewer is invited to draw their own conclusions about the nature of their reality.
Whistle, and I'll Come to You
1900, Cambridge, Easter holidays. A young professor of Ontography, who only believes in science and facts, takes a one-week vacation in a little village by the sea, Burnstow, in a beautiful hotel. A colleague of his, teacher of Archaeology, asks him to take a look at a Templars' ancient site that is near the beach. Here, the young man will find a strange bronze whistle and, seeing no danger in it, he proceeds to take it to his room to study it. But what lies beneath those old Roman ruins...?