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  • BUZZ KILL
    BUZZ KILL
    Posted by : Mark Cabaroy
    While watching a new type of 3D TV two stoners get sucked into a slasher film called Chainsaw Cheerleaders and have the time of their lives trying to stay alive.
  • Horace
    Horace
    Posted by : Nealhemphill
    When Horace, Jr. shows up at his old man's house to set right past wrongs that he'd done to his father, he faces more challenges than he'd imagined.
  • STUCK!
    STUCK!
    Posted by : Kelsea Edgerly
    An oddball, a hothead, and a former child star become unlikely friends as they band together to fight for their shared dream of becoming actors.
  • ON OUR OWN ISLAND
    ON OUR OWN ISLAND
    Posted by : Skyler Dylan-Robbins
    This remarkable documentary chronicles the seasons of a relationship and the power of true love from its romantic beginnings through life's final moments.
  • WATER
    WATER
    Posted by : Brittney Rae
    In a dystopian Miami landscape in the late 1960's, Lucy, is trapped in a cult-like pool club; an example of a social group reinforcing societal pressures of conformity. In this world, at the age of ten everyone is required to choose a social group and assimilate; they are separated by gender and arranged by skin-tone. As a result of unorthodox family dynamics, Lucy is self-aware and independent at...
  • Pulling Wool
    Pulling Wool
    Posted by : Ashley Cohen
    Described as an R-rated Olsen Twins Adventure in Brooklyn, PULLING WOOL will show you the true meaning of being an emergency contact and leave you wondering how far you would go to save your best friend's life.
  • Safu Episode 1 - Funge & Sashimi
    Safu Episode 1 - Funge & Sashimi
    Posted by : Wilson Mbiavanga
    James Masala and Hanae Mizoguchi, two chefs from opposite cultures, butt heads as they realize they need each other to achieve their personal goals.
  • Retributive Minds
    Retributive Minds
    Posted by : Mehrtash Mohit
    A man returns to his home country expecting to grieve his sister’s death but instead finds himself struggling to reconcile his ideologies while immersed in the society he left behind.
  • Me To Play
    Me To Play
    Posted by : Jim Bernfield
    Dan Moran and Chris Jones are professional actors who share six decades of acting experience. Now they share another bond: Parkinson’s disease, a progressive disorder that disables the brain cells that help control movement and balance. It affects all the elements essential to an actor’s craft. They nonetheless put up an off-Broadway production of Samuel Beckett’s “Endgame,” a ...
  • Come Find Me
    Come Find Me
    Posted by : Nela Wagman
    A sensitive five-year-old girl finds the connection to her parents severed by trauma; in search of comfort and company, she drifts into fantasy.