Mysterious deaths plague a small town in the Pacific Northwest and it’s up to two sex-crazed youths to figure out why.
Daughter is based on the Parable of the Lost Son and follows Lilah, a 16 year old British-Pakistani Muslim girl who is searching for her place in the world. Since the death of her mother, Lilah has begrudgingly taken on her mum’s role in the family home. Frustrated by her[…]
Young and beautiful, Life is enthralled with the world around her. Death is enamored by Life’s innocence and vivacity, but his attempts to connect with her are fleeting. Despite Death’s awkward and destructive path, Life recovers from each loss with graceful fortitude. In Death’s gloom, a passionate love for Life[…]
A young woman struggling to cope with the death of her fiancee is offered a new prescription drug designed to reconstruct memories and ease the pain of loss. Losing someone you love is one of the hardest things a human being will ever have to go through, where the mental[…]
Within Death’s lair, a young girl wanders through the darkness, chased by mysterious shadows. In this mystical journey between dreams and fatality, she will have to dance for her salvation.
After the death of his young son, border patrol officer Ramon Nunez finds redemption at the hands of an illegal immigrant in a single polarizing and life-altering night. The discussion of immigration has become a big topic over the last year, and it’s great to see artists creating films to[…]
And finally, after our favorite Drama / Sci-Fi shorts and Experimental / Documentary from our 2016 Daily Short Picks selections, we now bring you the favorite films that will make you crack up. Fuck Buddies by Nate Wilson Watch Film 36 Questions by Giancarlo Fiorentini & Jonathan Grimm Watch Film[…]
Adapted from the Jack London story: A fur thief must think fast to escape the terrible, protracted death that awaits him at the hands of the native tribe he had helped enslave. Lost Face takes us in a time and place not often seen nor explores in short films, which[…]
After the death of their mother, three sisters try to figure out how to move forward with their lives.
In MIRED, written and directed by Tony Glazer, a young man wakes to find his mud-covered relatives back from the dead. MIRED is a funny, endearing and ambiguous dark comedy that explores themes of grief, regret and how to move on with life.