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[…]
In a city where everyone’s got an angle, how does you survive? After an NYC first-timer befriends a savvy street girl on the train, she takes him on a fantastical ride through all the city’s pitfalls. But nothing’s free in this town, so tighten up your hustle or you might[…]
Thomas, a self-proclaimed recluse, is a photographer in New York City who sees the world through the lens of his camera. He approaches his photography—as well as his life—in a minimalist style, focusing on the purity and simplicity of things. His world is turned upside down when he encounters Sylvia,[…]
A film about freelancing in New York City. Featuring Alex Trochut, Helen Levi, Zipeng Zhu and Adriana Urbina. In the alleyways, back kitchens and matchbox studios tucked away in countless of bustling, yet remarkably unglamorous, neighborhoods wedged within the most vibrant city in the world, there’s magic is happening. Every[…]
Two people bite off more than they can chew while navigating the perils of dating and loneliness in New York City. Director’s Statement My odd little love letter to New York City at night.
Experience the fear and paranoia of New York City during the Summer of 1977. This short documentary explores the legacy of the Son of Sam case using original footage not seen since it aired and interviews with PIX11 journalists. While still being a familiar case, the passing decades has certainly[…]
In a rapidly changing city, a woman realizes she no longer recognizes the neighborhood she calls home. When a young man approaches her with a direct connection to her past, she is forced to ask: When do we hold on to our past, and when is it time to let[…]
A story of miscommunication, conflict, and fear between two neighbors living in New York City. Neighbors can often be pains in the ass, especially in a crammed city like New York City. The Night Owl is a story about miscommunication and conflict between two neighbors living in New York City.[…]
Set in a desolate New York City, a man faces the reality of his life and relationship when his daily routine is disrupted.
PREGGO follows Sam – single, broke and nine months pregnant in New York City. It’s a comedy about how everyone else is handling your pregnancy.