Two best friends are propositioned by a beautiful stranger in a bar. They try their hardest to push their comfort zone to have a sexy night with him, but their competitive nature inevitably gets in the way. Director’s Statement After a year of collaborating with Rosababy Comedy behind the camera,[…]
Grace and Adam had never met–until their mother died. To Grace she was a stranger. To Adam she was everything. Now, they have to uncover what they will mean to each other: whether they are family, or just strangers in passing.
Lorne, a wasteland traveller dealing with the oppressing boundaries of isolation, is confronted by a mysterious stranger, who helps him realise his existential fears. Wonderful, crisp and breathtaking cinematography. The story of Lorne, (Guy Pearce) is grappling and tense, brining us on an edgy and uncomfortable little journey – in[…]
The story of a series of encounters between two strangers told from two very different perspectives. Director’s Statement “The Love” is essentially a film about the meaning we assign to chance encounters: is it fate, coincidence, or something else? The film requires the audience to get lost in the two[…]
A single-mother is faced with a difficult decision that will define who she is – and how she loves. A young nurse and hard working mother sees her brother come home beaten and bloodied late night – but he said the other guy was much worse and left unconscious in[…]
Emily is driving down a deserted road in the middle of the night to visit her sister, but when her car breaks down and a handsome stranger offers to give her a ride, Emily begins to realize there is more to her new friend and Sweet Hollow Road than she[…]
On her way to a life-changing meeting, Claire takes a moment of meditation in the quiet solitude of the service elevator. Her focus is interrupted when she is abruptly joined by a manic stranger. Claire struggles to regain her calm, finding peace in the knowledge that elevator rides don’t last[…]
A girl wanders, a stranger follows.
Oberon Zell-Ravenheart, known simply as “OZ”, is a self-described wizard who created a life for himself that is truly stranger than fiction. His tale conjures stories of unicorns, mermaids, a serial killer and the most cryptic magic of all, love.
A wandering pilgrim encounters a stranger while searching for a fabled monastery. Maazin Kamal wanted to make a film that challenged viewers to interpret a story symbolically, in much the same way religious parables uses symbolism and purposeful ambiguity to map cosmic conundrums onto their human characters. The initial idea[…]