“Out to Lunch” explores the feeling of being a woman alone in a city. It plays with the idea of neurosis, and the fine line between overreacting and trusting your instincts, when plans go awry. In our current unstable political and social climate, and in the shadow of the #MeToo[…]
First ever behind-the-scenes look into the peculiar world of the New York MTA’s baffling subway announcements. Director’s Statement Signal Problems” answers the question that all subway riders have been forced to ask, “what the f!@k are they saying?!” Exploring the angst of purgatorial wait times at a station in contrast[…]
A group of people go through their daily lives, in a city surrounded by a massive wall.
While Conde Nast thinks Charleston,SC is the best city in the world, Bicycling magazine named Charleston the worst city for cyclists. The thing is, they’re both right. This is the movie that asks, “Why and how can we change that?”
Two strangers alone in a big city forge an unusual bond in the face of crises and survival. Crisscross forms part of a series of short films called Harlemites. The shorts intertwine, but also stand alone as self-contained stories. They depict themes of family and race in a gentrifying Harlem.
Widows Peak is a movie set to take place in modern-day Brooklyn highlighting the unconventional dangers of living in a major city, regardless of gender.
When a city made entirely from cardboard catches fire it is up to the local fire chief and his brave deputies to save Cardboard City and its citizens from impending doom…
A man walks through Brooklyn photographing creatures. Director’s Statement KrAbBamLGraM is an experimental film about a peculiar photographer, hunting and capturing elusive creatures with his camera. The grotesque creatures, names of which only he seems to know, live in the crevices of the city, amongst people who unseeingly pass by.[…]
A young woman arrives in a new city. She looks at the people around her and realizes that she doesn’t belong to that world, that everything is alien to her. Even so, she tries to pretend to be one of them, to fit into this strange place. Directors Notes Aliens[…]
A young Māori outsider living in Japan tackles cultural isolation using the universal language of rugby. Living in a self-imposed exile from his home in New Zealand, Jared James finds himself struggling through crushing isolation in Japan. Union follows this small town boy through the challenges of an unfamiliar city[…]