I don’t know when love became elusive. A film by Drew McCrary, based on the poem “The Unbearable Weight of Staying” by Warsaw Shire.
Sarah and Lizzie live for their summers at Blackhawk Farm. This summer, Lizzie will be a counselor, while Sarah is a C.I.T.; this creates some tension. Everything changes when Sarah is told a secret that will change Lizzie’s life forever.
“A relationship is like a shark. It has to move forward, or it dies.” Four relationships hit breaking point in surprising and darkly comedic ways, and all have a little to do with each other…
Hollywood heartthrob, Syd Stone, returns home to attend his 10-year high school reunion. The only person granted access to his grandiose suite is Brent, the other half of Syd’s closeted high school relationship. From the moment they reconnect, the past comes back to throw them into an emotional tailspin.
As she writes an article paying respect to a hit and run victim, Robyn finds some bizarre coincidences that lead her to believe there must be more to the case. Director’s Notes This is the 6th film in an ongoing ‘one month, one film’ project, where we’re writing, shooting and[…]
Two strangers, both foreigners, meet in Japan. They seem to be searching for something one a place where they are outsiders. Though very different, they both desire to belong and let go of something.
A young man pays for the sins of the leaders around him. He is forced to harbor both pain and resentment while making a decision that will change his life forever.
Brenda, the mayor’s daughter, is also known by her criminal alias, The Jukebox Girl. With the police hot on her trail, she must decide between putting her delinquent days behind her or succumbing to a life of crime.
An aging man struggles to protect his memories and preserve his identity as he faces death. A surreal and visual poem.
During a therapy session, a young man revisits his failed relationship, hoping to find an explanation for why he never felt safe. In his time reflecting, he finds that the nightmares and flashbacks to his rapist kept him from ever fully engaging in his relationship.