A young woman takes a hike into the mountains, with someone close to her, to have a painful but necessary conversation. Pringles is a short, improvised film. The actors were given a rough outline of the story flow, after which dialogue and scene structure were entirely up to the moment.[…]
Showing a night in the life of a disconnected couple, ‘IF’ raises the question – could having one conversation change the course of your life? This female written, produced, and directed short was filmed over one night. With minimal dialogue, sound and emotion play an important role in the film.[…]
Johnna’s dad talks too much, and Johnna herself lives inside her head. ‘Your Mother and I’ looks at the small moments that belie the larger tensions between families and generations, whilst Johnna’s dad recounts all the ways he and his wife changed the world. Or so he says. Anna Maguire,[…]
In this relatable relationship drama, a recent art school graduate tests her own boundaries, as well as those of her older, more successful girlfriend. Visually lush, with smart, punchy dialogue, this film examines a relationship on the brink of changing forever.
‘III’ is an atmospheric short film and landscape art, expressing story without a linear narrative. Providing a brief character study of a bereaved father, we gradually unite both the visual and dialogue components together to compose the narrative of the film.
This short film is a simple tale of love and loss, set against the backdrop of a road trip through rural Portugal. Without the need for dialogue, it conveys the mystical allure of falling in and out of love through a series of fleeting, humanist, moments. Like our protagonist, we[…]
A tired old vampire is determined to abandon the path of effortless consumption and give in to his long-abandoned animal instinct. Director’s Statement Fine Dining is the result of a screenwriting challenge in which the filmmaker was asked to replace the main characters in their favorite dialogue-driven scene with folklore[…]
A stylized, dialogue-driven piece highlighting the strife of an artist. We watch a young dancer face her fears and self-doubt in an audition, facing the judgement of a mentor she no longer respects but must submit to.
The Woods is a dialogue-free horror short that follows a lone woman in a desolate snowscape on a quest to take care of an ailing relative. Shot in -30 degree weather using only natural light and no digital trickery, this George Romero meets The Revenant narrative shows the lengths we[…]
Life: it’s all in your head. A debt collector (Michael Mando) has a nervous breakdown at work on the anniversary of his wife’s suicide (Amber Goldfarb). He is pulled between reality and a hallucinative journey into his subconscious as he desperately searches for a way to break free from his[…]