Two women live in isolation on the same property...101 Years apart. But as they each fall deeper into their purgatories, they inevitably come closer to discovering the presence of one another through the time-bending power of shared experience.
After nearly a decade of conflict, Syrian refugee women have become some of the most vulnerable amid the crisis. Thousands have lost their families and husbands, and now must provide for their children, alone in an unfamiliar country. Hearing firsthand accounts of the refugee crisis in Jordan, we reflect on what it means to be a Syrian woman. We follow their experiences of survival – from displacement, danger, child-marriage, and trauma, to their resilience and hope to rebuild a better future for their children.
He calls himself Catman. Christian lives with his two cats Marmelade and Katjuscha. They are inseparable. As he yearns to become a father, he has his beloved Marmelade fertilized by an exclusive tomcat abroad.
A lonely teenage girl learns that she can communicate with her recently deceased uncle through a series of audio cassette tapes. Together, they attempt to escape the oppressive grasp of her desperate mother.
Elizabeth Cappuccino, Carolyn Slesinski, Robert McEvily, Queen Esther
A devastated wife and husband, stuck in the aftermath of a school shooting that killed their only son, are bombarded by friends and neighbors who want them to re-join the human race. Inspired by the real life story of Nashville country singer/songwriter Freddy Weller, and his wife Pippy. Starring Lori Fischer and country music star Phil Vassar.
Las Vegas Bender is a short-form documentary that follows Las Vegas native and neon artist Leticia Maldonado on her journey from a young girl enamored by the glitzy neon lights of Las Vegas Blvd to her inspired work as a neon bender.
An American woman travels deep into to the Amazon jungle discouraged with her marriage & on a quest for adventure, nature and a new sense of belonging. She unexpectedly meets Noe, an amazonian painter who teaches what true belonging really means.
Just under 2 million civilians ride the New York City Subway every year. What if the masterminds controlling this underground system were voice over actors? Signal Problems, a 2 minute comedy starring Joel Garland (Orange is The New Black) and Molly Leland (Ozark), explores the dystopian world in which the New York City MTA is unreliable.
A young Palestinian horse breeder named Abdel Naser Musleh and his family navigate the difficulties of raising champion Arabian horses in the West Bank—where access to vets and training facilities always seems to be a checkpoint away.
A middle-aged baseball fan goes to Delray Beach seeking out George "Happy" Haliday, a modest man who once played second base for the 1962 New York Mets. The fan has brought a baseball with him that his father caught during a game that infamous season. The ball has been signed by every member of the ‘62 team, except one...
"Alice Ball, a 23 year-old African American Chemist living in 1915 Hawaii fights against racial and gender barriers to find an effective treatment for leprosy before Kalani, a 10-year-old patient is exiled into the leper colony of Molokai."
Two men sit across each other in a bunker. Their sons were killed that day at their wedding. Gary believes they should be outside, fighting the militias that have laid siege to their town. Robert argues that there was never a good time to take up arms, and now it’s way too late. As mortars draw ever closer, the two bond over the memory of their sons and remember how they sweet they were in the moments before they died.