After a lifelong career as a government midwife, Mary “Nalongo” Kamya retired from her job and set up a clinic in her own home in the rural district of Lutengo, Uganda. Nalongo (which means the mother of twins) now delivers babies in her rural community and works hard to educate[…]
Two slackers, both acquaintances from high school, and both recently dumped by their significant others, are forced to take a job together delivering flowers on Valentine’s Day.
After losing her job, her apartment, and her friends, Jessie moves back in with her mom, Lisa—the only thing is, Lisa doesn’t know she’s there.
A couple that are very successful in their jobs and at the same time have a drinking problem try to manage their love life, their social life and their jobs. We are throwing back to 2010, before Silicon Valley and Masters of Sex, T.J. Miller and Lizzy Caplan starred in[…]
A Pure Horror with a twist. When Kelly moves to a small town for her new teaching job, she finds herself in the middle of the town’s really… really… meaty secret. And everyone’s in on it, except for her.
Julia (played by Bianca Buha) gets more than she bargained for when she takes a job house sitting for the mysterious Agency Securities.
Andy is like a lot of young men, he loves his girlfriend and hates his job, but what sets him apart from most isn’t the life he leads, it’s what’s living in his wall.
A woman in financial straits takes a job at a fly-by-night call center, where she finds that desperation alone won’t turn her into a successful salesperson. The script used in the call center was taken from a real-life job interview the director attended while looking for a summer job in[…]
A man struggling with his demons decides to hire a hit-man to do the job he can’t… kill himself.
At the height of a successful career at one of the world’s top advertising agencies, renowned Montreal-based “MissMe” quit her job and took to the streets to become an underground street artist. Her goal? Self-liberation, authenticity, and to be a loud, counter-voice to the objectification of women in mainstream advertising.[…]