Two strangers, both foreigners, meet in Japan. They seem to be searching for something one a place where they are outsiders. Though very different, they both desire to belong and let go of something.
In a city full of people who have grown used to avoiding each other, two strangers meet and then must choose between being comfortable and being honest with themselves about what they want. The strangers challenge each other to go outside their comfort zones as they’re drawn closer than they[…]
Two young actors, strangers, are thrown together in a casting before spending a fleeting summer rehearsing and learning to fall in love on stage. As they are gently guided by their director (cupid), their own feelings take over. Between the Lines was a project shot on 35mm, all on practical[…]
Strangers on a plane.
A reflection on the terrible and wonderful threads that pulled us together, like water taking the shape of where its held. Three strangers experiencing lows find each other in a struggle to reach higher ground.
“We Aren’t Strangers” is a visual and abstract exploration of insecurity, loneliness, and the anxieties that come with technology in today’s era. How it can affect ourselves, our connections with each other, and our connection with the natural world.
5 strangers, one night, and a dead body – you! While immersed in a 360° experience, can you solve the mystery of your own murder? A 360° Virtual Reality Experience – The ability to put you in the movie. Clue – That movie where the audience solves the mystery. Together[…]
“Audrey” is an adaptation of a Chuck Palahniuk short story. It’s a hyper-stylized look into the way we fantasize about and pass judgement on strangers based on the briefest of physical clues.
Through ballet dance ‘There Are No Strangers Here’ depicts Sophia’s beautiful, yet, challenging and adventurous journey to becoming the young woman she wants to be.
Inspired by a real-life experiment designed to make two strangers fall in love by asking a series of increasingly personal questions (made famous by The New York Times), “36 Questions” is a comedic look at what might happen if two of the least compatible people possible were paired in this[…]