Take Me Away

Share
  • My Trip to Miami

    Wearing five GoPro cameras, a man attempts to visit every one of Trip Advisor’s “Top 315 Attractions in Miami'. Don’t say “I miss you.” Say “the content would have been better if you’d been in it.” That’s how Dylan (played by writer/director/camera platform Dylan Redford) begins trying to patch t...

  • There Is A River

    Four music videos flow together in this dreamy and entrancing short film. “There is A River” includes tracks from the indie pop musician Okay Kaya’s second album, “Watch This Liquid Pour Itself,” to create an experimental work of beautifully captured moods and places, delivered with a mix of Mini...

  • Reveries

    A visual comedy album following two drifters across the American landscape lost in a state of reverie. “Reveries” is an admirably extended gag on the myth of the artist, the nomad, the philosopher. A series of musings and strange memories layered on top of abstract video montages and hypnotic sou...

  • The Astronauts

    The story of Kurt and Roy, two astronauts stuck in space. “The Astronauts” is a deadpan comedy misadventure following two bantering comrades as they attempt to fend off boredom while floating through the cosmos. Director: Graham Mason. Cast: Colin Burgess, Tynan DeLong, Francesca D'Uva, Wes Haney.

  • Drift

    A journey of a little girl with a vivid imagination. A film by Hemali Vadalia. Song by Kori Pop.

  • Catherine

    A woman momentarily evades her discontent by adopting a stranger's identity. A stunning slow burn character portrait built around a masterful performance and sumptuous Super 16mm images. Directed by Jake Kolton. Written by Audrey Findlay, Jake Kolton. Starring Mascha Mareen.

  • Holy Moses

    A peculiar miracle binds together a pregnant nun in 1960s Ireland and a gas station attendant 25 years later in West Texas. | Directed by Eli Powers. Cast: Amanda Seyfried, Philip Ettinger, Thomas Sadoski, Dan Bakkedahl.

  • Starshine Mountain

    A story of a young woman and the guilt that she feels after destroying her home planet. | Directed by Corrinne James.

  • Waterfall

    A young, fantasy-prone writer dances between the parallels of her reality and a fictional world she has created. | Directed by Johanna Block. Starring: Zora Casabere. Co-Starring: Delia Cunningham & Samantha Goldman.

  • 2064

    In the future, a data limit is reached causing the internet to spill out into the real world. Luke Strickler directs and animates “2064,” an absurdist art video using stock 3D models of common American products and brands to paint a ridiculous future. A giant floating Mario becomes the Earth’s ne...

  • Pure Immersion

    While recuperating from cosmetic surgery, an actress stops in a small town expecting peace and quiet, but instead finds herself absorbed in a local legend. “Pure Immersion,” directed by Dave Biddle and Dave Ehrenreich, is a strangely engrossing tale of a young woman covered in face bandages makin...

  • Kukeri

    A rural Bulgarian family fights to keep a millenia-old demon chasing festival alive. “Kukeri,” directed by Daniel Ali and Jake Schühle Lewis, is a mesmerizing portrait of an ancient tradition where elaborately costumed individuals make their way through local villages aiming to bring happiness an...

  • Ouchiemongo

    A slapstick comedy in super slow motion. An unnamed tourist with a leg injury searches for physical and spiritual healing on a week long Carnival cruise vacation from Baltimore to the Bahamas. Floating between narrative, documentary, and experimental tendencies the film creates an atmosphere simi...

  • The Valley of the Cats

    Two brothers steal a car in Lisbon, Portugal and head for a lighthouse. Directed by George Daniell, “The Valley of the Cats,” is an inventive lo-fi comedy adventure, shot on 8mm tape, part road movie, part descent into madness. Dead Eye and Square Hands, as the brothers are known, make their way ...