Goblin Queen is Narnia from the mother’s perspective—how do you parent a child who keeps disappearing to rule a magical world? Winona tries to keep Amber Lynn safe, but when a goblin follows her home, Winona must confront the reality of who her daughter has become. We’ve got two strong[…]
A gruesome coming of age story about a vintner son’s disobedience and desire to care for his ailing mother.
Anna contemplates a big decision while waiting for someone in a cafe. The movie was produced by Zen Design Studios and inspired by a documentary All About Mothers Inspired by a documentary exploring the relationship between mothers and their children (All About Mothers), and produced by Zen Design, Daniel Montanarini’s[…]
After the death of their mother, three sisters try to figure out how to move forward with their lives.
Rumble follows Cal, a young dedicated boxer who is profoundly deaf. In the days leading up to a big fight against his archrival, Cal must decide between the sport he loves and a life changing cochlear implant operation which could provide him with the ability to hear the world. Struggling[…]
Sometime in the near future. Somewhere is mid-revolution. An activist mother and her photographer son are trapped together in a bunker. A last chance to heal a lifelong rift – he’s always suspected that she put her political principals before him. But now she’s dying, and he finally sees that[…]
Following the death of his mother, a son must help his father close the book on a unresolved issue. Harley Chamandy is a 17 year old filmmaker from Montreal, he made this film when he was 16. Shot in only a weekend, for a total budget of 1000$ cad and[…]
Following the death of his mother, a son must help his father close the book on a unresolved issue.
A Woman returns home after the death of her mother and is greeted by her two bitter sisters and grieving Father.
Forgiveness. Responsibility. Disappointment. Loss. A short drama film about a mother and her daughter dealing with an absent father; in the vein of Terrence Malick. What does it mean to forgive?