Set in 1994, Generation Wrecks follows 11th graders Stacy and Liz, who were best friends until the 7th grade when Stacy outed Liz. Stacy joined the popular crowd, and Liz fell in with the freaks and became a goth. After years of antagonizing each other, Stacy is moved to repair the friendship when Liz experiences a family trauma in this John Hughes-esque coming-of-age movie.
Uncommon Negotiator: A young pastor's world is turned upside-down when he's suddenly thrust into a dangerous hostage situation. The only way he'll be able to get anyone out alive is by bravely reaching out to appeal to the soul of a violent gunman.
Did we ever stop to think how the lockdown would hinder the work of spies in the middle of a pandemic? With government restrictions keeping people off park benches, Fisher (may not be his real name) tries to adapt to the new reality, finding the things he took for granted, like having a secret conversation in a public space with his contact Penny, more difficult than before.
Sugarcoat shares the story of a dad who is forced to confess his sexuality at his daughter's 3rd birthday party. Inspired by a true story, this short film highlights those who weren't able to find their voices earlier in life and promotes a conversation about intergenerational trauma.
We are Indigenous. We are People. We are not your mascot. Emmy nominated short film produced by FOX Sports NFL Social Justice Series and Jim Warne, WSD Productions. It premiered on FOX NFL Pregame Show Thanksgiving Day 2020 and featured on FOX Sports "Voices" Martin Luther King Day 2021. This film features perspectives from retired Professional Athlete, Educator, Filmmaker and Native Advocate Ji...
The Stopgap follows a handful of New Yorkers who stepped up to help with the shortages of
personal protective equipment in the spring of 2020. Feeling powerless to the pandemic's fury
and seeing how essential masks and face shields were for frontline workers, these innovators
formed networks to source materials, produce and distribute PPE to the people who needed it
Set in the shadow of a decade-long period of political and social chaos in China, 12-year-old Yangyang and his older brother Chunzi struggled to live under the poverty line in a small and isolated village.
Chunzi dreamed to join the army as it’s the only way out for underprivileged children like him. Y, feeling lost in his early adolescence, gradually finds courage, love and hope and finally em...
iGilbert by Adrian Martinez. A future fairytale about being seen. Gilbert Gonzalez (Adrian Martinez), feels isolated from the world. He is 39, a virgin, diabetic, and lives with his sarcastic, overprotective mother, who owns the upper Manhattan brownstone. Fearful of life and people, yet starving for human connection, Gilbert sublimates by taking photos of women, building a digital 'connection' to...
A young man whose girlfriend has emigrated from Iran, has been waiting for her on the beach for days. His brother visits him every day and brings him food and water and sometimes blames him. But one day…