“Inherit The Earth” is a poetic encounter with five young people living in Southwest Baltimore. Conceived as a micro-documentary exploring the experience of food insecurity amount children in Baltimore’s inner city, this nine-minute film transcends both its original intent and genre to create a quiet meditation on kids and hope[…]
The creator of award-winning animation Amazing Things Happen is fundraising to create a follow-up short where autistic children themselves will do the talking. This autism awareness animation will be narrated by 14 bright children who want to share their experiences in the autistic spectrum with their non-autistic peers so they[…]
Eliott has been bullying by the group of kids doing hip-hop dancing because of he’s the best ballet dancer. Anna shows her unconditional love to save Eliott by stop being bullied.
From award-winning directors The Hudson Dusters, aka Michael Kuhn and Niles Roth, comes an homage to one of their favorite films with a unique twist starring some kid basketball phenoms. “White Kids Can’t Jump” stars Noah (IG @babybirdman3), Enzo Lee (IG @teamenzotv), and Aaron “AO” Owens. Directors Statement For filmmakers[…]
Emilio, a devoted husband and father decides to have a vasectomy done. Before the procedure, he’s met with the news that nothing needed to be changed; he’s never been able to have kids. He now has to go home to face the family he thought was his.
When life doesn’t go the way you planned, it might be time to consider a reset. Matt and Amy have the kids from hell, perhaps it’s time to start over. In this comedy, Matt has to convince his wife their life would be better without kids, and they should consider[…]
A man is kidnapped by a very strange family, and his fate is held in the hands of two kids. ‘A Tricky Treat’ presents a shocking tale of the unexpected with a twist.
A typical elementary school classroom. It’s mere minutes to the bell and the children anxiously await their escape from the drudgery of it all. However, an undercurrent of evil is brewing… And what happens next, could be anything but typical.
In a world inhabited by only kids, Marty and Dee cross paths with the ruthless One-Eyed Johnny and the Krimson Kids where they experience the harsh realities of tyranny and violence in the West.
Coat of Arms discusses epigenetics with three-year-old, identical twins Lucy and Sophia! Directed, produced, and written by Coat of Arms owners Clara Lehmann and Jonathan Lacocque (who also happen to be the twins’ parents), this very short film (1.5 minutes) called “Same Same But Different” gently and ever so sweetly[…]