Making its debut at the Slamdance Film Festival this year is Jug Face. Writer-director Chad Crawford Kinkle won the festival's Screenplay and Teleplay Competition in 2011 for his Jug Face script, and this year he returns with the completed movie. Sean Bridgers stars as Dawai, a potter who, on orders from a creature that resides in the town's pit, crafts the face of young Ada (Lauren Ashley Carter) on a jar. This means Ada, who is pregnant with her brother's child, will be sacrificed to the pit, in order to save the rest of her backwoods community. Take a look at the first footage from this indie thriller, also starring Sean Young, Larry Fessenden, and Daniel Manche.
The pit has spoken. Dawai, the potter of a backwoods community, has crafted a face on a ceramic jug of the person that the pit wants sacrificed. Ada, pregnant with her brother's child, has seen her face on the jug and hides it in the woods, determined to save the life of her unborn. If she does not sacrifice herself however, the creature from the pit will kill everyone in the village until she does.