Invite only: Private screening for Media and filmmakers
Francesca Beale Theater, Film Society of Lincoln Center 144 West 65th Street, New York, NY 10023
Obtaining a new job offer, Catherine finally arrives New York and ends a long-distance relationship with her boyfriend, Ethan. She moves in a luxury apartment in midtown Manhattan. However, she starts to feel a strange presence that harasses her sexually. Just the second day of arrival, the evil entity locks her in her own apartment. She is completely isolated and has to survive with limited resources. After she loses her freedom, she realizes how ignorant she was and didn’t be grateful for her life before. Will Catherine leave her apartment alive?
What dreams do you have before moving to a big city?
How does the reality destroy you afterwards?
I believe horror movies should portray humanity and social issues.
Inspired by actual crimes, LOCKED ALONE is a metaphorical story about
isolation, alienation, and loneliness in a big city.
Experiences in festival circuit, I believe this film has an unique voice
which comes from the bottom of my heart, and I must share it to the world.
—— Yung-Jen Yang
Director/Writer/Producer, Locked Alone
Key Cast and Crew
Yung-Jen is a New York based indie filmmaker. Originally from Taiwan, he loves suspense Asian horror genre. His short films got selected in 2016 CAAM Film Fest, 2016 Winter Film Awards, 2014 Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival.
Thai American cinematographer, Warut, is an award winning filmmaker. His famous DP work is The Boardwalk, which entered International Film Festival Rotterdam. He is also the studio manager of the City College of New York.