Coat of Arms discusses epigenetics with three-year-old, identical twins Lucy and Sophia! Directed, produced, and written by Coat of Arms owners Clara Lehmann and Jonathan Lacocque (who also happen to be the twins’ parents), this very short film (1.5 minutes) called “Same Same But Different” gently and ever so sweetly[…]
A woman with a perfect life learns she’s carrying a baby she didn’t expect. With no one to turn to for help, she carries to term and really comes to understand the saying “your life is over when you have kids.”
PEI Kids: Generation Change focuses on interviewing at-risk youths from the inner-city on how they would solve the current problems in their neighborhood. Starring Adrienne Bankert.
A newly orphaned young girl meets a widow mourning the loss of her husband and children, and together they discuss a series of odd events that happened on an isolated island years before.
Out for backwoods adventure, four boys find their friendship tested when one is bitten by a snake. As kids we all had visions of being put in extreme situations and then managing to take care of business by either battling off some vicious bad guy or saving someone with some[…]
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[…]
A dad tries to save his kids.
A broken heart, a bleeding nose, and some newfound ideas about love—all on the first day of fourth grade. Ivan is a precocious boy whose never been interested in girls, because as far as he’s concerned, girls only like pink-fluffy-hello-kitty-one-direction type stuff, so why waste time getting involved? But on[…]
Left to their own devices, two East New York siblings find a new game to play – mimicking the family business. Based On A True Story. KIDS is an excerpt from the series, Open City Mixtape. This a collection of narrative and documentary short films about life in New York’s[…]
Giveusabreak2010 are raising money to build a short break centre for disabled kids & their families in West Cumbria. ‘To Be a Parent’ is a short documentary for the charity in which mother of three Dawn explains what it is to raise disabled teenage twins with Tuberous Sclerosis. A bittersweet[…]