Make Them Believe is a documentary exploring Moscow’s underground wrestling scene through the eyes of one up-and-coming performer. Follow Tim Malster’s journey (who plays the heel ‘American Hope’) as he chases his dream of becoming a professional wrestler. In this unexpectedly relatable film, director Taimi Arvidson tackles the universal struggle[…]
In 1919, a tea lady eavesdrops on a top-secret government meeting called to solve the latest, gravest problem facing the British Empire… A satirical comedy which wryly suggests that today’s obsession with female appearance was borne out of one official government meeting.
An unknown rock band struggles with a radioactive energy in their music that blows up amps, liquefies tape decks, and starts electrical fires. On the eve of their first (and possibly last) show, The Privates, an unknown rock band, must decide whether to risk life, limb, and legacy for a[…]
Marine biologist, Jeanne Selander had never set foot in a jail when she was offered a job working at one full time, to care for a few rescue animals who lived under the county jail in the Florida Keys. She was going to say “no,” until she arrived and saw[…]
A stopmotion webseries about an evil corporation that enslaves its workers by releasing a plague of bio-mechanical parasites. Being avid fans of stop motion animation, we are fully aware of the efforts needed to create a fluid progressive film in cohesion with the storyline. Operator is almost a serious parody[…]
Two mechanics are trying to install a brand new engine in a car, but nothing will happen as planned.
A short about how the bravest thing any of us ever does is reveal ourselves to another person–and how that’s also our only hope to ever be known and loved. From a fun but brave pillow-talk, things escalate quickly into traumatic reveals. Phinehas Hodges’ film ‘Secrets’ tests the human psychological[…]
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[…]
Nursed Back is a narrative, dance film that explores how we deal with grief in unconventional ways. The film centres on a nurse as she realises the loss of a patient. The nurse begins to dance, which acts as a cathartic release of her emotion. Unconventional and harrowing – this[…]
A dog lives a lonely life in the house of his master and tries to fill his days with all kinds of hobbies. Hopefully, some unexpected event will take place. If not, this could turn out to be a very boring film.