He would do anything to be touched by his former lover once more. Ecstasy is an arthouse drama that explores and challenges the relationship between love and violence.
The story of a series of encounters between two strangers told from two very different perspectives. Director’s Statement “The Love” is essentially a film about the meaning we assign to chance encounters: is it fate, coincidence, or something else? The film requires the audience to get lost in the two[…]
Two people recount their recent breakup, a love (and a screen) split in two. Made in Montréal. Director’s Statement Many breakups are a little like a crossroad, two people suddenly realising they are going in different directions. A shared experience being split into two distinct ones is at the core[…]
A single-mother is faced with a difficult decision that will define who she is – and how she loves. A young nurse and hard working mother sees her brother come home beaten and bloodied late night – but he said the other guy was much worse and left unconscious in[…]
Director Thibaut Duverneix makes a visual take on a relationship with an expiry date. The video expresses what happens at the end of this four weeks. It reveals the pain of letting someone into your life then letting them go on purpose. The sexy mini film toys with infidelity, dance,[…]
Escaping his execution at the hands of Nazi Soldiers, a rebellious Dutch teenager writes a brutally honest love letter to the girl who changed his life. Directors Statement It’s a story that originated from my own grandfather whom, during his time in the war, traveled from Amsterdam to the rural[…]
A young woman brings back home a handsome lawyer after a few drinks. Each one plays the best game they can but it will not end as either of them expect.
‘All We Ever Had’ traces the journey of losing someone you love to readjusting to this reality. It is a reflection on the past, acceptance and letting go – and everything in between. Director’s statement Our main motivation in filmmaking is to tell genuine, heartfelt and meaningful stories that explore[…]
I don’t know when love became elusive. A film by Drew McCrary, based on the poem “The Unbearable Weight of Staying” by Warsaw Shire.
Six friends meet up for their usual D&D game. Someone dies, someone falls in love, the others keep playing… What starts off as a usual D&D game between friends, slowly sinks into a weird parable that the game can have on surrounding relationships. Written and directed by Sadie Rodgers, who[…]