Unable to escape from something that lives within, a young woman must learn to control her fears, only to reveal her past and to discover a powerful future. SORICE is a sci-fi dark proof of concept created by Angelo White.
Home alone at night, a young woman receives an odd “Friend request” on Facebook…
A young woman’s mundane life is turned upside down when she meets a sensuous older Spanish woman, who is passing through the sleepy English coastal town she lives in. Siren is a sexually explicit risqué look at women living and loving in modern Britain, exploring the overlooked subject of bisexuality.[…]
In a weak and ruling society, not far from today’s world, where people are killed simply because they are poor, a young woman named Dina is murdered. Redeem is an inspirational proof of concept film that thrives on ambition. For Swedish director Dennis Peterson, his inspirations came from seeing people[…]
A young woman, Hanna, comes home to her apartment for the evening. After a rather foreboding conversation with one of her friends involving recent disappearances in the area, and an old Native American boarding school that was burned down, she settles in to a seemingly hum-drum close of day, and[…]
Deep in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas a young woman decides to call down evil.
A long way from home, a young woman contemplates her life choices as her friend gets ready for a night out. But life is not always so simple. Every decision chooses our path. What if you had a second chance?
A young woman is haunted by an all to familiar face.
In the dark of the night a young woman heads to her bedroom, her only companion is her beloved cat. The night is still, they are alone with only the sounds of claws scratching on wood. But are they ever truly alone as the Scratches in the Dark continue.
Egg is an 8 minute dark comedy short film about a lonely young woman in the highest apartment in all of Brooklyn, surprised one morning to have laid an egg. She experiences a day-long existential crisis, trying to weigh her perspective in a reality that doesn’t quite feel so real[…]