TWO SECOND STORIES: MA Episode Comes to Tribeca Film Festival N.O.W. TWO SECOND STORIES: MA Episode Comes to Tribeca Film Festival N.O.W.
Like many traditional Chinese families, Mona still lives at home with her stern but loving Ma. When she meets cute Erica, their instant chemistry... TWO SECOND STORIES: MA Episode Comes to Tribeca Film Festival N.O.W.

Like many traditional Chinese families, Mona still lives at home with her stern but loving Ma. When she meets cute Erica, their instant chemistry awakens something dormant inside. But Ma is not going to let her daughter go easily. Because nothing is allowed to come between a mother and daughter.

Stage 13 Original Two Sentence Horror Stories: MA is an anthology of horror stories for a diverse digital era. Creator and Director Vera Miao created this uniquely horrific story. The film stars Wei Yi Lin, Ayesha Harris, and Mardy Ma. If you attend the screening of MA, you may just catch a glimpse of Miao, Lin, and Mardy who will be attending. 

Screening:

When: Saturday, April 29, 6:00pm

Where: Cinépolis Chelsea Theater 7 (CIN-07)

260 West 23rd Street

New York, NY 10011

The inspiration for the anthology series comes from the viral fan fiction of two-sentence horror stories. It dives into universal primal fears such as death, abandonment, and loneliness then filters them through the anxieties of the most connected and racially diverse generation. These stories of love poems to the horror genre and they name each story.

“The ‘Two Sentence Horror Stories’ series is an extension of my love for Horror, as a genre that uniquely allows us to explore social issues. ‘MA’ is a classic story about the mother-daughter bond and forbidden love, but updated with diverse characters and perspectives we don’t typically see.”-Creator/Director Vera Miao 

 

Two Sentence Horror Stories: MA
RATING: UR
Runtime: TBD
Directed By:
Vero Miao
 Written By:
Vero Miao
   
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Rosalia Chavez

Rosalia likes to spend her nights watching Netflix or reading a good book. Her interest for horror came from a very young age. Her mother nurtured this obsession and she thanks her for it. She also thanks the film IT for her dislike for clowns. She is currently finishing her Bachelor Degree in Cinema and Television Arts and hopes to be behind the camera shooting the next big thriller.

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