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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 6FT.

    A surreal fever-dream about the isolation and suffocation of the quarantine experience. Directed by Francesca Pazniokas. Performer: Rae Boyadjis.

  • End Zoom

    Another day, another university writing workshop on Zoom. When a frustrated student gets some unwanted feedback from his classmates, he decides to give a little feedback of his own. | Directed by Pepi Ginsberg. Cast: Amir Mosallaie, Melanie Akoka, Cary J Mason, John Miller, Joseph Longo, Clara Du...

  • Rumspringa

    Two Amish teens embark on a rite of passage as they discuss sex, self-discovery, and the taste of cigarettes. | Directed by Kristina Arjona. Produced by, written and performed by Hannah Alline, Sailor Larocque.

  • Moving

    The act of transporting an old mattress into a new walk-up apartment becomes absurdist one-woman choreography in this wordless vignette. Directed by Adinah Dancyger. Starring Hannah Gross.

  • 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...

  • A Remark You Made

    A young couple experience a defining moment in their relationship when she asks him to play the lead role in her short film about racism. | Directed by Hanna van Niekerk. Cast: Tarikh Janssen, Lonneke Bakker, Helen Martina, Max van Kreij, Hiske Bongaarts.

  • Dérive

    In this slice of life docu-fiction, transmasculine sex worker and poet Jacky Indigo navigates their online job in the midst of mysterious recurring dreams. Directed by Anahita Amirshahi. Starring Jacky Indigo.

  • The Photos of Ana

    An artist is interviewed about her photos in this delightfully dry comedy. “The Photos of Ana” is a subtle jab at the often cliche-ridden manner in which the artist speaks about their work. Directed by Graham Mason. Starring Ana Fabrega and Ike Ufomadu.

  • Visualization Excercise: Walking Your Dog in the Park

    A strange encounter with a man who loves dogs. Taking the form of a visualization exercise intended to help you relax, it instead opens up a can of existential anxiety. Written, Directed, and Edited by Graham Mason. Starring Anthony Oberbeck and Gibby.

  • Monkey and Man

    Comparing the lives of two species on earth, a monkey in Southeast Asia and an awkward man in Brooklyn, this satirical educational film narrated by a posh British man hilariously observes vast differences in the physical and societal order of each. Written and directed by Graham Mason. Starring J...

  • Reveries: Going Deeper

    In a dystopian society, two mysterious drifters transmit pirate radio broadcasts from their underground bunker, journeying deep into their own minds...deeper than they’ve ever been before...Written and Performed by Matt Barats & Anthony Oberbeck. Directed by Graham Mason.

  • 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.

  • Wait

    A young woman checks out of a clinic after her procedure. Directed by Johanna Block. Starring Odalis Rojas.

  • Ham on Rye

    PRESENTED BY FACTORY 25 | A bizarre rite of passage at the local deli determines the fate of a generation of teenagers, leading some to escape their suburban town and dooming others to remain. Directed by Tyler Taormina. Writers: Tyler Taormina, Eric Berger.

  • The Sunset Is Not a Permanent Home

    Several New York City youths navigate their way to finding their own voice in the world. Directors: Andrew Garcia & Sarah Meital Benjamin.

  • Break Up, Baby

    A film about how it sucks to go through a break up when literally everyone in the world is in love. Creator & Writer: Fareeha Khan. Director: Alec Cohen. Cast: Fareeha Khan, Brooks Allison, Calise Hawkins.

  • Cup of Gold

    Cup of Gold meanders through sunlit autumn days while the narrator attempts to transmit the mysterious forces of nature that enchant her. Film, narration & music by Eva Knowles.

  • 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.