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  • 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 ...

  • Jebivetar

    A therapy session digs deep as a couple pursue the impossible. Kathleen Winter directs “Jebivetar,” a playful, free-spirited mini-comedy on love, facing fears, and fucking the wind. During a revealing exchange, a young woman comes clean about her unusual desire. Her partner vows to accommodate he...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • How to Raise a Black Boy

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    During a rocky but enlightened childhood, a group of kids disappear and find themselves on a fantastical journey to break the curses of black boyhood. Justice Jamal Jones directs “How To Raise a Black Boy,” an imaginative, free-spirited fairytale about love, secrets, and breaking away.

  • 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...

  • Five Minutes Before the End of The World

    Set in a near future which may or may not be experiencing the end of the world, a group of young people gather around a trendy Swedish coffee shop. “Five Minutes Before the End of the World,” is a roaming portrait, directed by Kevin Luna, unsettling in its depiction of the laissez faire attitude ...

  • Whistle in the Outer Lands

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

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Sorry for the Inconvenience

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    In Los Angeles Chinatown, a lonely teenager tries to help her parents keep their seafood restaurant afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • 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...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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...

  • The Natural Museum of History

    A story of America's favorite pastime and the way we pass the time. Directed by The Video Kideo.

  • The Cancellation

    A flustered man with persistent foot pain wants to cancel an upcoming appointment with his longtime podiatrist because he's not seeing the progress he had hoped for. Director: Alex Fabry. Cast: Anthony Duva, Liz Mitts, Regina Melady, Omkar Shinde, Alex Fabry.

  • The Singer: In the Key of Love (Natalie's Song)

    After the tragic death of his father, all Terry wants to do is to have a low-key karaoke night with his friends; Natalie, however, has other plans in motion. Directed by Alex Swift. Cast: Veronika Slowikowska, Hanif Jetha, Ben Stager, Sam Hancock, Emma Simpson.

  • You Don't Have to Thank Me

    Two queer exes reunite at a party. | Director: Ella May Sahlman
    Story by: Lio Mehiel, Keren Abreu, Sara Parker Faxon, Ella May Sahlman.

  • Mirror

    A Korean woman with a severely scarred face visits a black market hospital in Queens to seek plastic surgery. | Writer & Director: Christina Yoon. Cast: Theresa Bome Kim, Taeho Kwak, MeeWha Alana Lee.