Over the course of one evening, Ava and Peter work through their long distance relationship through phone calls, texts, Skype, Facetime and social media, only to find that staying connected is part of what might force making the ultimate call.
On the eve of his wedding, Dave commits a cardinal sin: His doubts about tying the knot go viral. Alone at the altar, the groom must confront his own cold feet, a Greek chorus of bridesmaids, and the bride herself — all to save his marriage before it’s even begun.[…]
A confused LA filmmaker attempts to reshape her identity through a highly curated social media presence. As she blurs the line between fiction and reality, her public persona and true self become one.
Exploring the lost connection with the inner self and the lack of solitude caused by all the modern world’s social pressures and overuse of social media ‘Fear of Missing In’ reverses the popular slang FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) and puts the focus on a journey that goes inwards, towards[…]
FOMI is an experimental short film that explores the lost connection with the inner self and the lack of solitude caused by all the modern world’s social pressures and overuse of social media. Premiering May 20th.
A group of 20-somethings come to terms with an addiction afflicting them all, the ‘gram.
A group of 20-somethings come to terms with an addiction afflicting them all, the ‘gram. Premiering May 16 on Film Shortage.
A Woman’s Journey To Remember WTF Happened Last Night Director’s Statement We’ve all had a night like Katie’s. You wake up with that ball of shame tearing up your stomach, unable to remember where it came from or how it got there. You know you’ve done something horrible, but can’t[…]
A London-set psycho-sexual drama of lust and loneliness for the Tinder generation. Harriet plays a titillating game with Tim through Dating Apps, Social Media and – eventually – in person until hidden truths emerge. Director’s Note ASK ME ANOTHER was written very quickly. Single life in London (at least for[…]
One night of partying in the most violent city in the world: Caracas, Venezuela. Shot with a phone, viewed from a phone, the protagonists live and die by their phones, in a place where human life is valued less than of a phone. ‘Autocannibalism‘ is the new collaboration between Finnish[…]