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  • Voices of God

    The trajectories of two teenage boys on opposite sides of a death in their town and the outlets they look to for emotional stability in the aftermath. | Directed by Cole Borgstadt.

  • Amuse Bouche

    A peculiar relationship develops between a mukbang youtuber and her editor. | Directed by Jacob Klemmer. Starring Laura Brennan and Camilla Luna Blanco Purdy.

  • Markings

    With the ghosts of his father and brother haunting his household, Reza gets pressured into getting a tattoo, a rite of passage to the only community that allowed him to seek refuge from his home. | Directed by Yasir Masood.

  • 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.

  • Erdenleib

    The Erdenleib lives in the dark tunnels of an old mine. The only light he needs is his own. Until one day those lights extinguish. He is forced out of his space into the world above. Directed by Vincent Ercolani, Nicholas Dues, Julius Farwick.

  • Drift

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

  • Earth FM

    Three scientists search for an elusive signal...their transmissions cross inside the earth, resulting in a mysterious and cathartic discovery. | Directed by Philip Rabalais.

  • Starshine Mountain

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

  • Are You Ok? Cause I'm Ok.

    A mother and daughter trip on Mushrooms together on the Jersey Shore. Part documentary - part scripted - part improv - this film is an exploration of what it means to be a mother and daughter and how we cope with love and death. | Directed by Rivka Rivera. Cast: Amy Berkman, Rivka Rivera.

  • Alba and June

    Alba arrives to a weekend getaway flustered after her fiancé bails on the trip last minute. Pepi Ginsberg directs “Alba and June,” a relationship drama turned love triangle that finds two cousins spending time with their friend Danny. | Director: Pepi Ginsberg. Writers: Pepi Ginsberg, Claire Luci...

  • Swallow Grass Snakes

    The star of a viral sex video comes into contact with an over-eager fan at a empty movie theater. Pepi Ginsberg directs “Swallow Grass Snakes,” a dark drama about the perils of online fame and an unpredictable intrusion into a young woman’s private life. | Director, producer, editor: Pepi Ginsber...

  • Bad Candy

    Candice, a seasoned grifter, skates on the edge of ruin, maneuvering her way through a series of near hits and near misses as she compromises everything but her own code. | Directed by Pepi Ginsberg. Starring Constance Shulman.

  • Partners in Crime

    Two best friends rob a house to get fast cash for an abortion. | Writer and Director: Kerry LeVielle. Cast, Phoebe Amirault, Cassidy Stanley, Kristine Gallo.

  • corn

    While checking on her father’s foot, where an unsightly and painful corn has formed, an unfortunate occurrence sends the focus elsewhere. | Directed by Edy Modica.

  • my style ;)

    An experience from Edy Modica’s youth as she attempts to masturbate in the family bathroom with poor results (she describes her ‘style’ as “desperate and demonic,” quite unlike the delicate, pleasing-to-the-eye depictions of female masturbation seen elsewhere.) | Directed by Edy Modica.

  • Please Enjoy Your Stay

    An anxious musician finds himself unable to leave his hotel room. | Written & Produced by Dan Arnés. Directed by Tynan DeLong. Cast: Dan Arnés, Carmen Christopher, Caroline Yost, and Conner O'Malley.

  • Lavender

    Patti and Tina are heading out for an idyllic day-trip but get sidetracked with lavender-based meditations. Ester Song Kim directs “Lavender,” a lighthearted ribbing of L.A. extreme wellness types, and a free-flowing character study about a fizzling friendship.

  • Single Dad

    A Single divorced Dad tries to put aside his selfish needs to be a good dad to his two boys for the day. Directed by Whit Conway. Written and Performed by: Carmen Christopher. Featuring: Clark & Jude Conway, Karolena Theresa
    Additional VFX: Eric Overton.

  • Birthday

    Two grown men compete to be the most childish at a friend’s birthday party. Director Tynan Delong, known for his gloriously adolescent dispatches from Brooklyn apartments, has crafted his most adolescent yet, aimed directly at the stupid teenage boy in all of us. (If you don’t have that side, I w...

  • Deceased Ones

    When Max and Fiona are hired to role play two dead teenagers, bizarre circumstances get weirder due to a morally questionable opportunity that reveals itself. | Directed by Kate Hopkins. Written by Emily Kron. Starring Emily Kron and Nigel DeFriez.

  • Are They Smiling?

    A young woman decides to carry on the family tradition of attending the county fair, this time with her dead parents. Kate Jean Hollowell directs and stars in “Are They Smiling?” a comedy about an unusual grieving process: spending the day alone at a fair carrying the ashes of your dearly departe...

  • Damage

    Mitch and Emma's breakup is interrupted by a stranger looking to buy Mitch's bass amp. Written, Directed, & Edited by Matt Porter. Starring Kate Eastman, Ryan Creamer and Patrick Noth.

  • Birthday Smash

    Three women’s excitement for their 50th birthday quickly turns sour as they open up presents from family and friends. | Directed by Jasmine De Silva. Producer and Writer: Samantha Shirazi.

  • everyone gets to be friends

    A short anthology of four loosely related vignettes in which the central characters throw away their opportunities at happiness for something even more out of reach. | Director & Editor: Rob Schmidt. Writer: Nick Funess.