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Abilene (2012)

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Abilene Film Poster
Directed by Justine Feldt
Produced by Jason Downey
Justine Feldt
Screenplay by Jake Dickerson
Story by Justine Feldt
Starring J.D. Hart
Celeste Iglesias
Susan Macke Miller
Music by Salem Robert Elster
Cinematography Dustin Lane
Editing by Sam Stringer-Hye
Studio Film Fatale Pictures
Release date(s) May 10, 2012
Running time Short Film
Country USA
Language English
Budget $8,000 (Estimated)

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Abilene is a 2012 American short film which is described as a dark fairy tale. In this work, an Incubus appears as one of the characters.

Movie Summary

  • Title: Abilene
  • Director: Justine Feldt
  • Writers: Justine Feldt (Story), Jake Dickerson (Screenplay)
  • Studio: Film Fatale Pictures
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Running Time: Short Film
  • Release Date: May 10, 2012


Abilene Rousseau, 15, lives the life of a young farm girl. Each day, she finds herself ignored more and more by her parents and occupied by the mundane chores around the farm land. Abilene's only way of escaping is to read from her collection of books, where she can lose herself in a dream world of fairy tales, romance, and exotic lands. Then, one day by chance, while out gathering firewood, she encounters a charming and handsome man, Gabriel. He showers her with attention and offers her an escape from her dull life. Though, unlike the fairy tale endings in her books, Abilene will soon learn that Gabriel is no prince charming.


Actor/Actress Role
J.D. Hart Poppa Rousseau
Celeste Iglesias Abilene Rousseau
Susan Macke Miller Momma Rousseau
Connor Peters Gabriel
Nathan Whitaker Incubus

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