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  • One Eye Small

    On a winter afternoon in New York City, two strangers meet and decide to keep each other company for the night. Directed by and starring Jane Stiles, “One Eye Small,” is an endearing portrait of relationship blues, and a love letter to Big Apple spontaneity. We find two young women starring out a...

  • Sound Speeds

    Being a sound person is thankless. If you do your job well, no one notices; if your boom creeps into frame once or the lav crackles, everyone stops what they’re doing to recognize that you messed up. And so it’s not surprising that Edgar’s self-esteem is a little on the rocks, and the fact that h...

  • Molly's Single

    After a devastating break-up, a guilt-ridden amateur singer seeks solace through a series of encounters with prospective partners. “Molly’s Single,” by director Ariel Gardner, is a brutal, hawk-eyed assessment of the state of affairs between young women and men, specifically of the aspiring artis...

  • World of Facts

    Sisters Maureen and Louise return to their Midwestern hometown after a coincidence of tragedy strikes the family. “World of Facts,” a quietly observed dramatic feature from director Mike Gibisser, reckons with a suspended period of heartache, in two separate cases of comatose partners. The first ...

  • The Practice of Loneliness

    Brie adapts a new practice, a lifestyle of loneliness to achieve her highest self. Written and directed by Ester Song Kim, “The Practice of Loneliness,” is a stylish anti-rom-com about seeking happiness in solitude. Shot on nostalgia-soaked 8mm film, and featuring actors dubbed into French (thoug...

  • Kim Bush's Abduction

    Several hours of unanswered texts and phone calls have everyone at a Christmas party wondering: where is Kim Bush? Filmed in Gulfport, Mississippi, and starring real-life sisters Courtney and Gabe Bush (playing themselves), “Kim Bush’s Abduction,” is a rolling mix of mystery and comedy, brimming ...

  • Finally, Lillian and Dan

    A meditation on young love and its delicate hope and exhilaration, as well as its loneliness and naivete. This 2007 film had several prestigious festival screenings and then disappeared. It shouldn’t have — it’s a wholly unique and amazingly delicate piece of art. Lillian and Dan bump and misstep...

  • Smoke Bomb Boys

    A gang of 30-something punks still act like they’re 15, calling each other pussies and setting off fireworks all day. Characterized by an allegiance to movies before hyper-naturalism, it’s fitting that much of the film is in silhouette, as the characters are presented as broad shapes, movie arche...

  • Cochran

    Jim Cochran hates his job, he wishes he could just shoot clay pigeons all day.

    Directed by James P. Gannon.

  • The Christmas Light Killer

    Every night in December, residents of a small Philadelphia suburb flock to a holiday light show, and at the end of each night, one man drives the 2 mile stretch, shutting off all the lights. This documentary profile by director James P. Gannon follows the lovable grump, James Cochran, on his nigh...

  • A Bride and a Groom

    A woman, who was born literally wearing a wedding dress, meets a man who was born literally wearing a groom's tuxedo. This 16mm comedy from director Christian Cerezo elevates beyond its absurd premise by getting grounded and charming performances from Haley Hepworth and DC Pierson, and establishi...

  • Girl Powder

    Jessica is the CEO of a hip new drug cartel. Her assistant Louise handles all the little details. “Girl Powder,” directed by Annelise Ogaard is a sharp satire on the world of dubious start-ups and the founders aiming to revolutionize. Presented as an edgy promo piece — complete with soundbite-lad...

  • Blacklisted

    Two best friends at a liberal arts school spend together a complicated evening of unrequited crushes and too much cocaine. “Blacklisted,” directed by Jo Steinhart is a sharp-edged comedy about queer women navigating volatile college relationships. (“Would you say you’ve fucked every dyke at this ...

  • Chandler

    Feeling ignored on an important day, a 12-year-old girl seeks attention from an unexpected source. Written and directed by Julia Kennelly, “Chandler,” is a tender yet frank coming-of-age drama about the awkwardness and swirling expectations of young girlhood. At gymnastics practice one day, Chand...

  • Nora At The Beach

    A group of friends go to the beach, but Nora isn’t having fun. This anxious drama from director Ryan Martin Brown throws us into the interior life of a young woman who’s starving, dehydrated, and perturbed about the lack of plans amongst her friends. A film about group dynamics — being stuck on o...

  • Hannah: A Model

    Hannah is an Australian model living a perfect life in L.A., except when she chooses to be “bad”. In this parody profile, directed by Blair Beeken, we get a light-hearted jab at the ultra beautiful, healthy, and self-absorbed. Mollie Merkel writes and stars as the Instagram model with a penchant ...

  • The Crow Video

    After a strange coincidence, a skateboarder is burdened with an obligation. “The Crow Video,” by Karsten Kaufmann, is a DIY skate video variation involving a deadly basketball toss and a talking crow. A chilled-out day in the life of four dudes hits a somber blip when they accidentally kill a cro...

  • Dear Maslow

    After a break up, a young woman writes a rueful letter to her ex-partner. Elizabeth Godar writes and directs “Dear Maslow,” a vivid montage of post relationship blues filled with specificity and style. Wearing a Supercross jersey, the woman composes her thoughts while smoking cigarettes, eating c...

  • The Trial

    A college student wakes up late and must stand trial as he heads to class. Joshua Gleiser directs “The Trial,” an absurdist snapshot coursing with lo-fi manic energy about a young man accused of being spoiled, undisciplined, egotistical and more. Upon waking up, he is reprimanded by an old-timey ...

  • Clique Bait

    At an international school in Hong Kong, a high school girl spreads a video sexualizing her childhood friend. Directed by and starring Anna Mikami, “Clique Bait,” finds a group of teenage girls caught between worlds, reacting unpredictably to the pressures of school, fixations on outward appeara...

  • Sorry for the Inconvenience

    *Online Premiere* In Los Angeles Chinatown, a lonely teenager tries to help her parents keep their seafood restaurant afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic. “Sorry for the Inconvenience,” directed by Jane Chow, is a tender portrait of an immigrant family from Hong Kong which builds warmhearted char...

  • La Roche

    A mysterious pile of rocks show up in a Montreal parking lot and a group of young people gravitate to the odd sight. “La Roche,” directed by Emma Cosgrove, is a mixed-media melange of documentary and experimental fiction, a poetic meditation on the natural world and the unique pathways of our liv...

  • Hoss

    [Online Premiere]. Hoss checks in on his friends' old house and finds a stranger inside. Ryan McGlade directs “Hoss,” a quietly bizarre glimpse at the comings and goings of a couple residents in a small town in rural Pennsylvania. After the death of two local parishioners - an elderly married cou...

  • Kitty Kitty

    [Online Premiere]. A scatterbrained cat-sitter and her roommate go in search of a lost cat. Ava Hase directs and stars in “Kitty Kitty,” a stressful but amusing vignette of pet-sitting gone wrong. Ava returns home with BLT, her boss’ cat, who wastes no time puking all over her floor. As Ava talks...