A coming of age film about best friends Cara and Lucy set in 1993. Lucy suspects that Cara has feelings for girls rather than boys and she is determined to get the truth out of her. Even at the risk of damaging their friendship.
Credible Fear is part of international refugee law. The credible fear interview is conducted by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to determine whether a potential refugee or an asylum seeker demonstrate a credible fear of returning to his or her home country, and therefore qualifies for international protection. Nabila Salem,[…]
The morning after a casual one-nighter with an older woman, Gina scrolls through her Facebook feed, only to discover that the person in bed beside her is the epitome of everything she loathes in this world. Director’s Statement To be honest, our original intention with WAFFLES was to film something[…]
Tara and Jo were just having a moment… Make It Up is a story about an event that doesn’t quite meet expectations. In the age of social media, the pressures to share a perfect moment can lead to disappointment when life events don’t seem to live up to other friends’[…]
A married lesbian couple is unexpectedly faced with their relationship issues when they sign up for a ballroom dance class in Austin, TX.
This bilingual short drama follows two German female artists stuck in a dysfunctional relationship. They escape to NYC committing to yet another ‘fresh start’ in hopes of saving both their relationship and their failing film project, only to find themselves right back to where they started from.
In the near future – nanotechnology exists that can alter your beliefs for a predetermined period of time. Marissa Carver, a non-violent pacifist seeks to avenge the death of her wife by using an Axiomatic device that suspends her moral convictions allowing her to exact revenge on her wife’s killer.[…]
A girl wanders, a stranger follows.
When a strange sound wipes out the hearing population, a small group of Deaf people must band together to survive. Dawn of The Deaf may sound like another addition to the typical zombie parody films, but we need to thank Robert Savage and his team for completely rewriting the genre[…]
Rachel (Kate Gorney-Miller) can’t help but fall for Paulie (Jillian Leigh) the woman helping her try on wedding gowns.