A short documentary about everyday life in today’s Auschwitz.
Experience the fear and paranoia of New York City during the Summer of 1977. This short documentary explores the legacy of the Son of Sam case using original footage not seen since it aired and interviews with PIX11 journalists. While still being a familiar case, the passing decades has certainly[…]
An exploration of Gene Roddenberry’s Star Trek vision of humanity. After 50 years of Star Trek, how far has humanity come? How much further can we go? Director’s Statement In the wake of the 50th Anniversary of Star Trek, is Gene Roddenberry’s original vision for humanity still alive? Centered around[…]
An award winning short documentary, ‘Home’ follows a house as it journeys through some of the most spectacular and challenging landscapes in the South Island of New Zealand. It’s about what makes a house a home. It has no dialogue – an unassuming house is the main character. We often[…]
A finger lickin’ good documentary about a man’s five day quest to direct a Kentucky Fried Chicken commercial.
‘Already Dead’ is a short documentary about recovering zombies. Fifteen years after a zombie outbreak (ZE Day) Zombies live among us, working 9-5 jobs, holidaying in Barbados and living “life” to the fullest. A documentary crew have been given exclusive access to a group of Zombie’s day-to-day “lives”. But have[…]
Boy Meets Girl. Boy loses Girl. Boy Makes Film. Filmmaker Brett Chapman proposes a film that may not seem the most appealing at first glimpse – I mean documenting a film about a past relationship seems quite gutsy, and borderline insane if you ask me. But Chapman, somehow makes it[…]
Buck the Cubicle is a series of shorts featuring people who are dedicated to pursuing unusual jobs or hobbies. The project began with a desire to meet people who have a passion for exceptional pursuits. Everyone we have profiled was initially a stranger to us, and it has been a[…]
Moving portrait of a competitive pole dancer. While Francesco continuously keeps impressing us with his stylish film – see previous features ‘I Killer’(Top 10 2013), ‘The Shift’ and ‘Lovely Monster’ – he moves towards a visual documenting portrait in Spin Dreams. The story takes on a dramatic storytelling approach which[…]
Running has a rhythm. Growing up on a farm in the Shenandoah Valley, Ilia Donner uses that rhythm to connect with his nomadic ancestors, the Nenets.