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    Film 1
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  • Walking Johnnie
    Walking Johnnie
    Posted by : Johnnie Semerad
    An artist puts a 3D printer to use as he creates a visual autobiography of his life.
  • Between Black and White
    Between Black and White
    Posted by : Socrates
    The hero embarks on an inner journey in search of his childhood self, hoping to find the courage to face his fears and come back to life.
  • Elijah's Ashes
    Elijah's Ashes
    Posted by : RBG Films LLC.
    Lawrence Shaw is a run of the mill guy who just can't get accepted for being who he is. He's not straight enough for his job where he sells testosterone fueled ad campaigns to beer companies and he's not stereotypically gay enough for his boyfriend. To make things worse, his father Elijah just died and his last dying wish was for Lawrence to go on a road trip with his extremely homophobic half-bro...
  • Alibi
    Alibi
    Posted by : Habeeb Lawal (Noni)
    A man accused of murdering his autistic daughter pleads the "sleepwalking" alibi. Two hard-boiled detectives want him to pay for the blood on his hands. Is the alleged killer innocent, insane ... or was he really awake the whole time?
  • Friends Effing Friends Effing Friends (Feature) Written, Produced & Directed by Quincy Rose
    Friends Effing Friends Effing Friends (Feature) Written, Produced & Directed by Quincy Rose
    Posted by : Quincy Rose
    A post-modern comedy-drama about sex and love amongst friends, luck and timing in relationships, missed opportunities, and how the grass always appears to be greener on the other side.
  • Fifteen
    Fifteen
    Posted by : William Hochman
    Underage Rose comes to New York City for adventure, fake ID's, and an older boy. But things turn quickly when Rose is faced with the harsh consequences of rash decisions.
  • Drug Mule
    Drug Mule
    Posted by : Sharon Maguire
    Mexican drug enforcement agents get an unwelcome surprise when they suspect an American mother of smuggling.
  • The Strike
    The Strike
    Posted by : Erin Fogel
    After years of missed opportunities, 3 less than talented NYC actors take fate into their own hands when they devise a half baked theatrical "siege" in order to prove they have what it takes.
  • RARE BIRDS of FASHION
    RARE BIRDS of FASHION
    Posted by : Lily Hayes Kaufman
    Two entrepreneurs defy the status quo to launch a plus size fashion line. Written & Directed by Lily Hayes Kaufman. Starring: Jackie Zebrowski, Haley Rawson, Stephanie Gibson, Christopher Chwee, Anne Gottlieb, Nancy Opel, Zoë Geltman, Lloyd Kaufman, Richard Brevard. Cinematography by Charlotte Kaufman Edited by Sharon Perlman, David O. Rogers. Trailer by: Caleb Emerson Produced by: Pat Kaufm...
  • Sam & Barb's School for Scandal
    Sam & Barb's School for Scandal
    Posted by : Adam Grannick
    "Sam & Barb's School for Scandal" is a story conceived around classical music. The film is about two close friends, Sam and Barb, and is set to the music of American composer Samuel Barber. Sam and Barb engage in a game of wits, only to realize they might be in love. But because they’re terrified to admit it, they continue to escalate their game until someone gets hurt. Through a story about...
  • Across the Tracks
    Across the Tracks
    Two African American sisters grow up in racially charged 1960s Georgia. But one is born with light skin. When schools integrate, she changes her destiny - by passing for white. This film tackles issues of identity, colorism, peer pressure and bullying and shows how one momentary lapse in judgement can fill a lifetime with regret.
  • The Paper Store
    The Paper Store
    Posted by : Nicho Gray
    Annalee is an academic ghost writer. A freelance cheat working in the shadows of a college campus. Or rather, she was, until Sigurd books her for the whole semester. He's subcontracting his entire film studies degree. She has reservations, but he’s paying double. As Annalee takes up the challeng, she and Sigurd become lovers. When things turn sour, she can't end the romantic relationship without...
  • Mommy's Box
    Mommy's Box
    Posted by : Johnny Greenlaw
    Nick, a music producer in New York City, is dealing with his own demons and chemical dependency as he gets the news of his mentally unstable mothers death.
  • Tryst
    Tryst
    Posted by : Lukas Raphael
    Gabe (Lukas Raphael) is in his late twenties, in a relationship he thinks is working well, runs a Bookstore and is vaguely creative. His life is fairly uneventful until Chloë (Carolina Perez), his career focused girlfriend, breaks up with him and goes back to her successful ex, Emile (Daniel De Lange). To make matters worse, Chloë is part of the circle of friends from college, who try to navigat...
  • In Everyone's Eyes (en todas las miradas)
    In Everyone's Eyes (en todas las miradas)
    Posted by : Lloyd Frost
    A poetic and slyly subversive musical look inside Cuba, where it's dangerous to speak openly against the State. Best Art Short-Short,Eugene Intl Film Festival;Best Music Video,Awareness Film Festival.
  • Benjamin Troubles
    Benjamin Troubles
    Posted by : Sasha Yelaun
    Story of a down on his luck artist, Ben, who has his day go from bad to worse… Kicked out of his home, fired from his job, art backpack stolen, mugged, and finally beaten up, only to be comforted by a homeless man– this street-bum gives Ben a pair of magic jeans which produce a $100 dollar bill every hour, on the hour, as long as Ben does not take them off. Our LA story unfolds with Ben slowly...
  • Regression
    Regression
    Posted by : Michael Mason
    A psychological-thriller short film written and directed by Milan Andrijasevic. The film stars Nick Mancuso (Under Siege, Ticket To Heaven) and Leanne Melissa Bishop (On The Radioman). Synopsis: A psychotherapist must battle his inner demons when a mysterious patient provokes him, blurring the lines of reality and forever changing his life.
  • Reservations For Three?
    Reservations For Three?
    Posted by : Michael Mason
    A multi-award winning comedy short film co-written by and starring Kelly Perine (The Drew Carey Show) and Leanne Melissa Bishop (On The Radioman), and directed by Steven Bennett. Synopsis: A romantic dinner for two is upended when a high-strung woman serves up a meal time discussion of personal reservations and doubts. Two people, One menu, lots of reservations!
  • The Poets
    The Poets
    Posted by : Sean Gannet
    A sensual poetess lacking personal boundaries… A repressed writer with grandmother issues… Forced together for one over-stimulated homework assignment.