A woman lost in a fractured reality tries to find her way home.
On the verge of death, a woman awakens only to find herself trapped in the unlikeliest of places. She must race time to find her way back to where it all started before it’s too late.
A woman finds out she has terminal cancer with weeks to live, not wanting to stay in hospital for treatment she embarks on a road trip to die on her own terms, but things turn very quickly.
A story about Beth, a mother who is forced to the limit for her son Ash, putting her morality to the test. Lifeline asks how far we’d push ourselves for the people we love. The film shows that even in a brutally impossible situation, there will always be something deeply[…]
“Little Things,” concerns a woman’s efforts to retain her femininity despite the disease’s influence. Together, we can end ALS: a disease that slowly paralyzes the body intermittently over time. Donna has already surpassed the life expectation, having just had ten years with ALS.
“Out to Lunch” explores the feeling of being a woman alone in a city. It plays with the idea of neurosis, and the fine line between overreacting and trusting your instincts, when plans go awry. In our current unstable political and social climate, and in the shadow of the #MeToo[…]
You’re 23, your heart’s been broken and there’s a long, hard slog of study stretching out in front of you. What do you do? For Elspeth Beard, a round-the-world trip on the back of her 1974 BMW R60/6 flat-twin motorbike proved the ultimate remedy for a wounded heart and weary[…]
A woman finally gets the job she’s been waiting for, but a sweet offer never comes without a bitter aftertaste. Director Henry K. Norvalls is continuously defying us with thought-provoking films, and after presenting Shower not too long ago, we are thrilled to share his next film Sweet Things. This[…]
Waiting for a woman he has never met to arrive at his hotel, Hector debates if he should go through with his current plan. The first of three chapters of a short film trilogy about love, loss, and life, ’10:17′ is a film driven by uncertainty and unknowns. Director Stephen[…]
A woman with bipolar disorder reflects on her condition, as she’s struggling to connect with people around her.