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All Films

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  • The Christmas Kid

    A man with a broken arm looks for the perfect Christmas gift. David Cardoza and Griffin Conner direct “The Christmas Kid,” a festive character-study of a Manhattan gent told through run-and-gun photos and an affable voice over. It’s the morning of Christmas Eve and Gordon arises from bed in his N...

  • Fried Shrimp

    A young Jewish woman meets her boyfriend's overbearing Italian family for the first time where she’s forced to endure an awkward meal. Max Cea directs “Fried Shrimp,” a holiday comedy about cultural differences and insensitivities that breaks down into commotion. As they make their way in the car...

  • Gold and Mud

    A sprawling story of love and loss, as reflected on a single face. Conor Dooley directs “Gold and Mud,” a fast-moving comedy that shifts from moment-to-moment in the life, all the way to death, of a woman contending with fluctuating intimacies in her personal life and the bleak realities working ...

  • Ilona's Bloody Body

    An online model with a huge following is being followed. Maxim Stollenwerk directs “Ilona's Bloody Body,” a dynamic, creeping drama tracking a young Bulgarian woman as she balances her profession as a cam-girl with her everyday relationships. She discusses details of her job and the realities tha...

  • Thrashing

    A lonely marijuana farmer begins having strange waking dreams and gaps in his memory. Abyn Reabe and Nico Tepper direct “Thrashing,” a stoner sci-fi satire built entirely in Grand Theft Auto V. Out of black, the malfunction term used in computer-science — “thrashing” — appears on screen with its ...

  • Tenderless

    An awkward New York teenager accompanies her more experienced friend to a boy’s home. Amanda Samimi directs “Tenderless,” a 16mm coming-of-age film that considers youthful city-living and meandering intimacies. Observing skaters on the blacktop and the overly-acquainted squirrels of Tompkins Squa...

  • Something That Means Nothing (October)

    The small apartment of a young woman making a film: laundry piles on the desk chair, tender karaoke in the living room, and a needy cat that makes life worth living. Nande Walters presents “Something That Means Nothing (October),” a vérité look at apartment living, moments alone, and in between. ...

  • Animal in Ascension

    An inter-dimensional fever dream about DMT and the margins of human perception. Ian Clark’s “Animal in Ascension” is a psychedelic documentary that follows a young man as he shares his thoughts and reflections on life while we also observe his day-to-day living in Miami. Julian, our subject, invi...

  • Oh Man Magdalena

    A middle-aged woman runs out of things to talk about with her therapist. Ryan Wagner directs “Oh Man Magdelena,” a surreal, VHS look at a woman and her therapist who reach peculiar breakthroughs during an oddly ominous session. Magdalena peers out the blinds of her therapist’s office. The interio...

  • HERLY

    A young woman returns home to recover a personal possession. Rachel Rambaldi directs and stars in “HERLY,” a comedy-drama about a fractured family and an attempt to heal. In a car with two cult members dressed in gray, Nora surveys her family home in Southern California. To carry out her mission,...

  • Half Sisters

    Half sisters who have never met discover something they share. “Half Sisters,” directed by S. Cagney Gentry, delicately shows the first-time encounter between two siblings, one still in elementary school and the other in 6th grade. Callie and her mom head over in the minivan; she amicably awaits ...

  • AirBnB

    Four friends discover hidden cameras at their Airbnb in Los Angeles. Brooklyn comedy group Simple Town and Andrew DeYoung collaborate to present “AirBnb,” a sketch film about a surveillance breach that exposes a secret animosity. Felipe, Will, Sam, and Caroline enter their Airbnb in L.A., just in...

  • Lucky and Charlie in the Hole With Lots of Money

    An elf and a deadbeat try to raise ten million dollars to pay their rent. Hamilton O’Toole directs “Lucky and Charlie in the Hole With Lots of Money,” a bizarre animated film rendered in the style of early Y2K console graphics that follows a roommate duo in an attempt to confront their landlord. ...

  • The Rock Star

    Although money is tight, a former stadium headliner plans to skip another dive bar show in a small town. “The Rock Star,” directed by Niels Blumel, takes us to the American outskirts where we observe a slacked-out musician in his endeavor to feel desired. The rockstar, Babyface Jones, has no inte...

  • Pair of Dice

    After abusing prescription medication to induce amnesia, a woman experiences childlike wonder, terror, beauty, and love. Directors Spencer Witmer and Brandi Lynn Divine present “Pair of Dice,” a MiniDV expedition through the ruins and chambers of Orlando and its surrounding area. The young woman,...

  • Annie

    When a young couple moves to an off-the-grid farm in Vermont, they are forced to confront the challenges of self-subsistence and living in isolation. Niall Cunningham directs “Annie,” a paced drama observing the growing tension and relationship dynamics between Annie and Simon and their idealisti...

  • Rejoice in the Lamb

    A late-night conversation with an oracle launches a young Brooklyn woman on a quest to slay a vampire. Courtney Bush, Will Carington, and Jake Goicoechea present “Rejoice in the Lamb,” a horror-comedy hybrid where bits of spookiness surround a suspicious new addition to a friend group. Late in th...

  • Walk out Nice and Smooth

    Thirteen year old Dani, and their mother, Anne, embark on an all-day odyssey to flip a stolen laptop. Kerry O'Neill directs “Walk Out Nice and Smooth,” a coming-of-age comedy-drama observing the dynamics and tensions between a swindling mother and her stressed-out child in Los Angeles. Anne, play...

  • Austyn Gillette - Leaning into your Palms

    A surreal moment out of time is shared between two siblings. David Findlay directs the music video for “Leaning into your Palms,” a song by pro-skater and musician Austyn Gillette. We meet the siblings, brother played by Gilette himself and sister played by Agathe Rousselle, recently from “Titane...

  • Goodbye Tallahassee, I Hope You Understand...

    A young woman reflects on her upcoming departure from a city that has kept her in a vortex for too long. Bretton A. Miller directs “Goodbye Tallahassee, I Hope You Understand...,” a somber and whimsical farewell to a peculiar Floridian landscape. We meet Anna in a moment of sentimental cynicism w...

  • sad

    A man becomes sad after making a huge mistake. PJ Evans writes and directs “Sad,” a satirical video essay that recollects the tragic loss of what could have been a lucrative investment. As PJ engages in a game of Mario Kart on his Nintendo 64, we hear his voice dismayed by a decision that altered...

  • shadow work

    An archival exploration of a St. Louis housing project, Pruitt–Igoe, that tends to the dark spaces concealed in a collective past. Lorenzo Bradford’s “shadow work” is an experimental archival documentary where awashed materials are recycled and used to examine Black life and dispossession. Broken...

  • The Death of Art Slob

    A documentary about the end of a young man’s musical project told through the anecdotes and recollections of everyone who helped along the way. “The Death of Art Slob,” directed by musician Amar Ahmad, is a poignant ode to suburban scenes, house shows, college towns, and the American enclaves whe...

  • half-light

    In 2027, the government enforces a revolutionary law that disables all tech devices at sundown in order to enhance civilians' well-being. Erin O’Connor directs ‘half-light,” a patient, future-fiction character study that observes a young woman amidst this tech-free world. We encounter the 20-year...