Faced with his first real supervillain, an invincible superhero returns to his childhood home defeated — and is forced to reckon with his fear, his identity, and the people he hurt along the way. We’ve all seen superheroes fall and crumble, but ultimately getting back up stronger than ever to[…]
Bottle, Treasure, Tree is a window into the lives of two adult brothers, estranged by choice and by circumstance, who have come together after the death of their mother to sort through the effects of their childhood home. There they discover a forbidden bottle of whiskey, shrouded in the mystery[…]
‘Fix You’ tells the story of two childhood friends who awaken dormant feelings after one falls in a deep slumber caused by a shocking ‘heartbreak.’ Fix You is inspired from classic fairy tales, but also features many themes and social ideals that speak to our current culture. It’s fun, short[…]
The Second World War is experienced through the journey of Private Cole, a dramatic study of the contrasting nature between the innocence of childhood and the reality of war, and the emotional struggle that accompanies it. An odyssey of sorrow, friendship, innocence and adventure set against a canvas of war-torn[…]
Set in the early 90’s, Pillow Talk is a live action short film about the friendship between childhood best friends Cara and Lucy, growing up and growing apart. It takes place during a sleepover at Cara’s house. Over the course of the night Lucy instigates an increasingly not so subtle[…]
When a new stepfather moves in, Penelope escapes to a treehouse above the clouds. Penelope in The Threehouse is a film that reaches out to our childhood’s furthest imaginations, while sharing a rather real dilemma that many children are faced with in their young ages; having to deal with new[…]
At some point in our lives, we all ask ourselves that one question: “What I am supposed to do with my life?”. It seems so easy, and yet for many of us, that becomes the most defining part of our lives. For Margaret, it is no different. She was raised[…]
On the anniversary of his twin sister’s death, Arthur is still combing through the fragments she left online. Obsessed with her enduring digital presence, he returns to their childhood home. But as Arthur holds on to her memory, he risks losing himself.
Separated during childhood due to the color of their skin, two friends are reunited years later during the Baltimore City race riots of 1968.
A young brother struggles with the sudden loss of innocence in his childhood.