Seth and Jonah are murderous twins who share an evil kinship. Damned from the moment of their births, the brothers possess a gruesome talent for telekinesis – a power they use in the most horrific ways imaginable. As their fellow students meet gory fates, the local law enforcement officers begin to suspect the twins’ connection to the depraved murders. What started as a jealous rage escalates into a supernatural showdown – pitting brother against brother, evil against evil. The second long feature screened at the BIFFF – after Prowl – to be produced by After Dark, Seconds Apart is handled by the Colombian director Antonio Negret ( Towards Darkness and the upcoming remake of Mute Witness ) who, at barely thirty years old, has been ranked among the ‘Top Ten Latino Directors to Watch’ in 2008 by the Hollywood Reporter. Using the effective plot device of evil twins – exploited remarkably in De Palma’s Raising Cane –, Seconds Apart also gives Orlando Jones ( Evolution, Bedazzled, Cirque du Freak : the Vampire’s Assistant ) the opportunity to explore darker territory.