On a make-or-break weekend with his girlfriend, a man is confronted with a new terrible reality. A revelation aimed right at his weakness. He struggles to be strong for her, as his psychologically worst-case scenario unfolds.
An ambitious artist struggles to bury her envy when her idle girlfriend enchants the art world with an accidental masterpiece. A drunken paint fight between two lovers introduces Jude, a passionate artist who’s angered her girlfriend Taz (this week an actress) by altering Taz’s impromptu face painting. The pair awake[…]
Mateo has gone through some serious changes. A house is growing on his head. His girlfriend Mia doesn’t like that at all. She doesn’t understand what’s going on inside. For him, it seems totally normal. But Mia hasn’t seen anything like this before. Like in every relationship, communication is key.[…]
After Sean and his girlfriend watch a Jake Gyllenhaal movie, Sean suspects his girlfriend has a crush on the movie star; but as Sean’s suspicion grows, his fear seems to manifest their fateful encounter Damn Ryan Gosling and Jake Gyllenhaal, they seem to be ruining relationships one at a time.[…]
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.
Weird Box is an interactive film that makes your Instagram pics part of its story. Seemingly normal thirtysomething Dave is pathologically obsessed with YOUR Instagram pics. And when his girlfriend discovers his weird secret, all hell breaks loose. Get the full Interactive Short Film here
In this poignant snapshot of the modern relationship, a dysfunctional night with his girlfriend challenges Jay to evaluate whether the rewards of intimacy and commitment are worth the complicated baggage that comes with.
A young blind boy tries to see the world with the help of his girlfriend and the power of his imagination.
Andy is like a lot of young men, he loves his girlfriend and hates his job, but what sets him apart from most isn’t the life he leads, it’s what’s living in his wall.
Jake, a 20-something Brooklynite, is confronted with the news of his ex-girlfriend’s sudden death. He turns to technology to navigate his grief and come to terms with his loss. “re: Jess” screened at Nitehawk Cinema Shorts Fest (Brooklyn, NY), Youngcuts Film Festival (Montreal, Canada), St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival[…]