GINGERBREAD HOUSE is a gritty musical short film that explores both sides of the holiday season -light and dark-as an unlikely group of twenty-somethings in NYC find themselves starved for authentic human connection. The Big Apple dances, bites and surprises all of them as it relentlessly drives them to create a new definition of family.
A look at the powerful connection between a pair of outdoor ping pong tables in the heart of New York City and the unlikely group of people they’ve brought together, from homeless people to investment bankers to gangbangers.
In Greenwich Village there is Debt Slavery and prostitution at NYU due to high tuition and fees for students. Land Lords are changing the character of the Bohemian Village due to outrageous rents and pass along real estate taxes.
John (Franky G), a NYC Domestic Violence Officer on edge dealing with his tragic past falls in love with Lina(Frances Lozada), a woman married to an abusive husband Brad (Angel Ramirez). The situation escalates and spirals out of control.
A childless couple celebrates their 7th anniversary with an annual ritual on the night of the Rose Moon. What begins with a romantic effort to get pregnant ends in a petty argument. Speeding off in the fog from a remote restaurant they hit something. What it is and how they leave it will change their lives forever.
Desperate for a measure of success, wannabe screenwriters Mickey Hansen and Ray Ferguson decide to fully explore the depths of murder and crime within their story only to discover their obsession with their work has made it all too real.
A coming-to-New York love story about an Italian actor who comes to New York City from Rome, and through a series of misadventures becomes romantically involved with several beautiful women. Sidetracked in Los Angeles, he is ultimately transformed by the power of true love ... and the realization that he is really a New Yorker at heart!
A suburban housewife and mother suddenly finds herself homeless and lost in downtown Los Angeles. A beautiful story of family and hope.
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