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  • Staycation

    Unforeseen circumstances have brought a man to New York City alone. A trip that was meant for him and his girlfriend — they were to see a show — is now just him. And there’s something off about his Airbnb. Written & directed by Zach Fleming. Starring Rob Malone, Joanna Arnow, Sam Stillman.

  • We'll Be Happy Over There

    A supernatural shard of a film concerning a troubled young woman at a lake house. Directed by Zach Fleming.

  • Outside

    A young woman with a rare disorder is confined to a dark house. Directed by Zach Fleming.

  • Fake Jazz

    Two chefs ride through a desert of invasive thoughts. Directed by Kevin Luna. Cast: Matthew Doyle, Brian Lee Hughes & Steele O'Neal.

  • Disforia

    Jack returns home to find his family has left and the house has been sold. Perhaps they would still be there if he had come home as the Jane they all know. Directed by Lio Mehiel, Heidi Hartwig. Cast: Lio Mehiel, Alyssa Kempinksi.

  • For the Plasma

    PRESENTED BY FACTORY 25 // At a remote house on the coast of Maine, a young woman has found work as a forest-fire lookout responsible for monitoring the nearby woodland. But when her inquisitive and demanding friend Charlie arrives at the house, Helen finds herself challenged and unsettled by her...

  • August

    Tucked away in the mountains of North Carolina, a boy decides to run. Director: Cameron Morton. Cast: Thomas Miller and Erin Ownbey.

  • Whistle in the Outer Lands

    An individual sends out a distress signal to the industrialized world. Directed by Hanna Utkin.

  • Clay

    Claywoman visits earth & thinks about not existing. Michael Cavadias writes and stars in “Clay,” a quiet existential portrait that’s softly funny and profound. Director Anthony Caronna keeps it simple in following the prehistoric Claywoman as she shuffles through her apartment aided by a cane rum...

  • Bobby Fish

    A fish reflects on their life and work. Directed by Peter Wagner.

  • Jobe'z World

    PRESENTED BY FACTORY 25 | Jobe, a mysterious middle-aged rollerblader, gets blamed for the drug overdose of a super famous A-list actor. Afraid and confused, he spends one bizarre evening skating across the streets of Manhattan, all the while dodging paparazzi, police, and assorted late night wei...

  • Outline

    A young woman spirals into darkness following the death of her mother. Set against a desolate Nordic backdrop, “Outline” is a minimalist character study tracking the grief of Thea over the course of a couple rocky days. Written and directed by Anna Fredrikke Bjerke. Starring Inga Ibsdotter Lillea...

  • Bliss

    The humble beginnings of the photograph used as the default background of Windows XP, one of the most seen images of all time, becomes a playful rumination on culture, aesthetics, and impermanence. “Bliss,” directed by Zachary Loren Jones, tells the story of a man named Charles, the photographer ...

  • Evil Grows in the Dark

    Two young kids explore the legend of a witch living inside their apartment building. “Evil Grows in the Dark” is a playful wildcard that taps into a world of pretend, mimicking the herky-jerky thought patterns of a child. Directed by Erin Vassilopoulos.

  • How the Sky Will Melt

    Gwen, a musician with a growing paranoia disorder, returns to her hometown after a traumatic event. Diverting their emotional issues with a strange and unholy discovery, she and her friends begin to deteriorate the fabric of the universe. Directed by Matthew Wade.

  • The Oak Tree

    An old woman dives into her past and meets herself as a woman, an adolescent, a girl and a child. Directed by Yuliya Antonova.

  • Squeegee

    High-powered executive meets high-rise window-washer for an erotic rendezvous on opposite sides of her skyscraper window. “Squeegee" is a sexy comedy that explores an unlikely connection nine stories up. Directed by Morgan Krantz. Starring Amy Rutherford, Blair McKenzie.

  • Tito

    PRESENTED BY FACTORY 25 | A desperate man seeks refuge from the predators hunting him by befriending a cheerful intruder. Directed by and starring Grace Glowicki. Co-starring Ben Petrie.

  • The Overture

    A dreamy, slow motion glimpse into the quiet moments of two young relationships. Based on a dance performance, interesting because much of "The Overture" is still -- a couple lying in a bathtub, or in bed, or sitting at a table. Directed by Kate Wallich and Jacob Rosen. Cinematography by Jacob Ro...

  • The Inconceivable Mountain

    A musicologist and her dog climb a mountain in search of an indecipherable song hoping to understand its meaning. “The Inconceivable Mountain" registers both as an homage and a satire of black and white silent films of the 1930’s, particularly a type of German film common to the era. Directed by ...

  • Valeria

    Discharged from the hospital after a partial face transplant, Eva is struck with an intense curiosity about her donor. Shot in gorgeous, richly textured 35mm images, the film is minimally constructed but full of ideas. Written and directed by Erin Vassilopoulos. Starring Alexia Rasmussen. Cinemat...

  • November

    Margot, a taciturn mortuary technician, is forced to acknowledge her own inner demons as she responds to a call involving two young children drowned by their mother. Directed by Mae Mann. Starring Charlotte Van Kemmel, Christian I. Noble.

  • Mustache

    A meddling mother tries to help her 22-year-old son prepare for a job interview. Harris Gurny directs “Mustache,” a picture of suspended adolescence placed in a suburban bubble that’s awkwardly funny and lightly ominous (see flute score). At a strip mall store, Stuart tries on a suit but doesn’t ...

  • Moving

    The act of transporting an old mattress into a new walk-up apartment becomes absurdist one-woman choreography in this wordless vignette. Directed by Adinah Dancyger. Starring Hannah Gross.