Silvy is withdrawn, lost, and hiding behind her cynical journal entries. Her outlook is challenged when she is forced to spend a night in the country with her aunties foster children. Director’s Statement A Static Wind began as an email to myself at 4am in April 2014. The subject line[…]
Behind the faded grandeur of a seaside resort, the vulnerable and poor become prey for local predators. Whilst working for a petty loan shark, Leighton is unwittingly chaperoned for the day by his older brother Cass, a gentle man with learning difficulties. Tasked with minding Cheryl, a debtor, Leighton leads[…]
Isolated in an impoverished environment, Addy experiences the death of a family pet – only for her grievance to be met by an unsympathetic father, who tells her to ‘man up’.
A story about how everything we love, everything we learn, everything we build, everything we fear, will one day be gone. When looking at films we always search for the deep backboned storylines that support solid cinematography and other production values. In Joschka Laukeninks’ little masterpiece, the entire story is[…]
Nettles are stinging plants. Shot over the course of a year, in six chapters, this short film explores stinging moments in the lives of different girls & women.
A lone wanderer travels the dangerous wild lands of post-collapsed western civilisation in an attempt to escape the South and its deadly frontier; a border separating peace from chaos.
Thomas, a self-proclaimed recluse, is a photographer in New York City who sees the world through the lens of his camera. He approaches his photography—as well as his life—in a minimalist style, focusing on the purity and simplicity of things. His world is turned upside down when he encounters Sylvia,[…]
An anxiety-ridden high school girl is faced with the challenge of giving a class presentation.
The Rage is a psychological thriller that explores the relationship between sex, anger and violence. Take an atmospheric trip into the life of Oscar as he deals with his rage and the decision it drives him to make. Starring Oakland California actors, L. Jeffrey Moore, Sophia LaPaglia and Gretta Sosine,[…]
A woman finally gets the job she’s been waiting for, but a sweet offer never comes without a bitter aftertaste. Director Henry K. Norvalls is continuously defying us with thought-provoking films, and after presenting Shower not too long ago, we are thrilled to share his next film Sweet Things. This[…]