On the morning of September 11, 2001, Danny, a disruptive young man from South-Brooklyn, learns from his court-appointed lawyer Steven, that his sentencing has been postponed until the following day. Unaware of the tragedy unfolding around him, Danny, is able to manipulate Steven into using the time to try and[…]
BROOKLYN IN JULY is the story of Frank Walker, an African-American WWII veteran working as a chauffeur. He struggles to keep his emotions in check as he strives for freedom and equality in a slowly evolving world. He is a man scarred by a past that is lurking skin deep.
Egg is an 8 minute dark comedy short film about a lonely young woman in the highest apartment in all of Brooklyn, surprised one morning to have laid an egg. She experiences a day-long existential crisis, trying to weigh her perspective in a reality that doesn’t quite feel so real[…]
2 Self Help Books Away From Being Perfect is a female driven romantic comedy about a bright-eyed Brooklynite who naively uses self help principles to find love.
Jake, a 20-something Brooklynite, is confronted with the news of his ex-girlfriend’s sudden death. He turns to technology to navigate his grief and come to terms with his loss. “re: Jess” screened at Nitehawk Cinema Shorts Fest (Brooklyn, NY), Youngcuts Film Festival (Montreal, Canada), St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival[…]
How far can a good man bend before a good man breaks? BROOKLYN IN JULY is the story of Frank Walker, an African-American WWII veteran working as a chauffeur. He struggles to keep his emotions in check as he strives for freedom and equality in a slowly evolving world. He[…]
An award winning short film about what it is like to be an Asian American. Pax and Iggy are best friends, but their bond is broken when Pax discovers where Iggy’s loyalties truly lie.