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  • Alex and Taylor Come Up With Characters

    Two roommates try to come up with character ideas for a comedy show. Alex Ateah and Taylor Rivers direct and star in “Alex and Taylor Come Up With Characters,” a homemade video of rapid-fire silliness. Two friends follow each around the house ad-libbing absurd characters (an old lady who’s sudden...

  • Unscripted

    When an artist couple sits down to write a script, it devolves into a bitter argument. Sophia Sabella and Pablo Feldman direct and star in “Unscripted,” a rolling farce about the creative process and fragile egos. They set the mood - classical music and tea - and open up their laptop to begin a n...

  • Betty Feeds The Animals

    Betty loves animals, she loves them so much that every day she puts 30 bowls of food outside of her home to feed them. James P. Gannon directs “Betty Feeds The Animals,” a cozy portrait about an eccentric older lady “caring for something that no ones cares for.” The Super 8mm documentary profile ...

  • Gigging

    A documentary tracking a day in the life of three gig workers - driver, content creator, and dogwalker - goes off the rails in this satirical comedy directed by Jake Fertig. “Gigging” takes aim at the gig economy which finds desperate freelancers working for pennies to support tech behemoths. Fra...

  • Smiling Worker Coughs in Hand

    A love letter to corporate synergy in the age of COVID-19. Made entirely from stock footage, “Smiling Worker Coughs in Hand” achieves an unsettling atmosphere from its generic visuals of average Americans engaged in basic daily activities. Director Ben Kitnick taps into the mood of the moment wit...

  • Exit Statement

    When a doomsday cult leader decides that he can’t spend eternity with his most aggravating follower, their plan falls into chaos. “Exit Statement,” by director Ben Kitnick, is an oddball comedy about a ragtag group of believers aiming to transcend to a higher plane. It’s December 31st, 1999, and ...

  • Koreatown

    In Los Angeles, a young man working as a doumi - a host/hostess who entertains clients in private karaoke rooms - encounters a strange request. “Koreatown,” directed by Grant Hyun, is a stylish drama full of controlled tension and striking neon visuals. The handsome Kyeong sings to patrons who ha...

  • 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 drive through the desert discussing invasive thoughts. “Fake Jazz,” directed by Kevin Luna, is a darkly funny conversation about uncomfortable (even gruesome) patterns of the mind. Wearing tall chefs’ hats (Luna wanted the hats to be taller even, but they couldn’t fit in the car), two c...

  • Disforia

    Jack returns home to find his family has sold their house without his knowledge, perhaps because he’s no longer the Jane they all know. Lio Mehiel directs and stars in “Disforia” (Heidi Hartwig co-directs), a psychological horror about coming out as trans, a haunting vision of alienation and dist...

  • 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

    In the mountains of North Carolina, a young boy lives with his troubled mother. “August” directed by Cameron Morton, is a slice-of-life portrait of rural living that merges into a heavy family drama of lost innocence. Spending his days zipping around on this bike or feeding his dog cereal, the ki...

  • 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 surreal, scattershot story of fatherhood, the cycle of life, consumerism, and giving people what they ask for. “Bobby Fish,” directed by Peter Wagner, is a one-of-a-kind oddity bouncing between perspectives— from a father, to a son, to a fish, to an evil toy company — all held together with a u...

  • 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

    On her 80th birthday, a woman moves through time to meet younger versions of herself. “The Oak Tree,” directed by Yuliya Antonova, is a deep rumination on big, unanswerable questions that transports with dreamy visuals and an ethereal soundscape. A family gathers around a birthday cake to sing th...

  • 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.