All The Wrong Things
Lucy is having a rough day. When it seems that things can’t get any worse, she meets Willy, a man with the best intentions and the worst execution. “All the Wrong Things” is a heartfelt story about a stranger’s kindness and finding hope in an unexpected place.
Ashes To Ashes
Winfred Rembert, a survivor of an attempted lynching in 1967, a Star Wars fanatic and leather artist, develops a friendship with Doctor Shirley Jackson Whitaker who is on a mission to memorialize the forgotten 4,000 African Americans lynched during the Jim Crow era. Together, their journeys of healing intertwine.
A woman finds a seemingly innocent balloon outside her front door. She brings it inside and things get weird. Written and Performed by Michelle Alexander Directed by Daniel David Stewart
On a night out with friends in NYC, Cleo, a troubled and uncertain young actress is seduced by a mysterious figure at the bar. A film about a young woman finding one's strength in the darkest of times. A film starring, written and produced by Rebecca Knox.
Only two survivors stand after a global natural disaster has decimated the planet. In their search for resources, these two strangers encounter a horrific threat, one that erupts from six feet under.
Inspired by Emma Lazarus’s famed poem welcoming immigrants to the United States, this experimental video short captures small moments of humanity within the quotidian carriage of the NYC subway.
When 13-year-old Gabrielle signs up for ballet, she encounters bullying from her teacher — and true friendship where she least expects it. A story about overcoming bullying, body image, friendship and knowing your worth.
We all want to be seen for WHO we are and WHAT we can do. You can have all the confidence in the world, but does it matter if the perceived gatekeepers don't see it? It's hard to be extraordinary when you're just... medium.
Old Sana’a City: Samsarat Al-Nuhas
Yemeni jewelers at Samsarat Al Nuhas depended on tourism and international exhibitions to sell their work. If nothing is done in order to salvage these crafts and practices, a huge part of this ancient culture is in danger.
Rainslide is an experimental short film by the french artist Ariel Neo who seeks to erase the frontiers of artistic storytelling. Simultanously a painter and film director/producer, Ariel Neo merges her 7 feet circular paintings inside the film's storyline. She is able to create a visual fantasy on the theme of freedom that carries the viewer into both creative worlds.
Adrianne is the typical average person, she works as a waitress in a cafe and lives in a small, impersonal house. Things start to change when a series of memory blackouts undermines her routinely lifestyle.
Rose & Raven
Rose & Raven is about a young girl who befriends her deaf classmate and learns how to be confident in herself as she pursues her dreams. Through their experiences with each other, they learn how to communicate, not only through their speech barrier but on an honest and personal level.
The Boy Hero
A Narrative short film that raises awareness of childhood cancer. The Boy Hero tells the story of an unlikely friendship that forms over an art project. Max is determined to earn his superhero pin so he enlists the help of 75-year-old Frank to help him as they both go through chemotherapy.
What happens when two people, who are looking for two different things, meet? Living in a hectic world we can easily lose sight of the fact that we yearn for connection. Does the longing for these connections make us take more risks? At what cost?
The Ribbon is a beautiful short film about a little girl who wakes up in a magical world. Riddled in this little girl's journey of beautiful sceneries and enchanting creatures, a deeper significance lies behind what meets the eye. The Ribbon is not just a children's film after all. Join us on a little girl's journey to find out why!
While visiting a home for children, a little girl meets Joseph, a boy whose only dream is to have a yellow umbrella. This unexpected encounter awakens his memories of the past. Inspired by true events,Umbrella is a homage to empathy, hope and love.
We All Have Wings
In THE UNKNOWN's film, the young girl isn’t solely a figurative representation of Ms Mzimela. She’s simultaneously presented as a metaphor for growth and the potential of all young Africans, and an empowerment rallying cry for women all over the world.