OFFICIAL SELECTION: Right Here or Over There

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After several years, young Lily finally returns home. However, her parents seem to be quite indifferent to the arrival of their daughter. What has happened? Stuck between a father who is haunted by his memories and a mother who is torn apart, Lily is looking for redemption. Will she attain it?

Key Crew: Mabille Pauline, Mabille Bernard

Key Cast: Anaelle Corlin, Chantal Barion, Erik Stouvenaker

You can view Right Here or Over There at the 4th annual Pictoclik Film Festival in San Francisco Nov. 5th. For the complete lineup and tickets click here.

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Right Here or Over There is my first short movie as scriptwriter and director. I am totally self-taught and it hasn’t been simple. This short was a huge challenge for me. There are mistakes but i learn of it and I will make better in my next projects.

 Pictoclik’s 4th Annual Film Festival

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“Balloon” Vis Vitalis | Thriller Suspense
“Milkmaid” Agnes Baginska | Horror Suspense
“First Love” Danish Renzu | Drama Romance
“No.16, Da An Road” Joanne Lin | Animation
“The Slum Dwellers” Gabriel Diamond | Documentary
“I am Borderline: Self-Regulation Project” Betsy Usher | Drama
“Right Here or Over There” Pauline Mabille | Drama
“Jewish Blind Date” Anaelle Morf | Romance Comedy
“The Man from Death” Eric Lim | Action Adventure
“I’m Another One” Tony Paulley | Documentary

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Cinema Preview: October Short Horror Night

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Cinema Preview
Second Act Theater October 20th 2016

Pictoclik and Second Act presents Cinema Preview, a monthly screening featuring long form shorts & feature films from around the world. Includes Q&A with the filmmakers.

This month Cinema Preview showcases short horror films.


A serial killer underestimates his next victim and learns the true meaning of love.

By local San Jose Filmmaker Joann Perez-Moya.



A photographer who is obsessed with a string of serial murders begins to have recurring dreams about the prime suspect.

A short film by Tsubasa Matsumoto. Born and raised in Japan. Tsubasa’s passion for film started growing after he acted as an extra for an independent film in 9th grade. He moved to the U.S. to pursue his study in filmmaking, and recently concentrating on cinematography and directing. Winner of Critic’s Choice Award at Yokohama Film Festival 2012, 2nd Best Picture, Best Cinematography, SMN Special Award at All Japan High School Film Festival 2010.

Tickets: Regular Price $10 | At the door $15