Feature Films

Feature Films

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Feature Films
  • Endless Content Forever

    Through her mid 20’s, a depressed YouTuber makes bleak videos while becoming lost in the never-ending stream of internet culture. Jacob Gregor directs “Endless Content Forever,” a brutally honest depiction of our times, an overstuffed, contemptuous collage of  an excessively online society. Sam r...

  • San Francisco B.C.

    After a drunken night at a house party, a young man pieces together what went down, while helping a stranger look for her boyfriend. In the free-spirited feature film, “San Francisco B.C.,” directed by Kevin Luna, we follow the respective bad days of Mike and Ramona as their paths intertwine and ...

  • Earth Over Earth

    A young couple retreats to a glass house for two weeks of digital detox where they are disturbed by a lost hiker. “Earth Over Earth,” directed by Owen Campbell, is an enigmatic sci-fi drama that establishes itself as a convincing relationship study before wandering into an unclassifiable realm. L...

  • Into Particles

    In his first semester at an out-of-state university, Ison navigates new friendships and a romantic interest. Jinho Myung directs “Into Particles,” an unassuming yet captivating small-scale character study, endearing in its naivety and tenderness. After an overview of Ison’s upbringing in Californ...

  • Bark

    After the sudden loss of their mother, three suburban siblings struggle to move forward as witnessed by their dog, Leadbelly. This mumblecore drama from Chicago beautifully captures sibling relationships and grief while never resorting to exaggeration or over-simplification. Directors Anna Nilles...

  • Orders

    Infantrymen are waking up in full battle dress under the pines of a manicured mid-century subdivision. They mount the tarred roof of what might be an elementary school and return fire at an unseen enemy covered somewhere across the school’s front drive. A man on a riding mower throws the platoon ...

  • Behind The Schemes: The Making of Gutterbug

    A behind-the-scenes documentary which follows a young cast and crew on a renegade movie-making adventure through Allston, MA. “Behind The Schemes: The Making of Gutterbug,” directed by Tyler Loring & TJ Freda, is a free roaming tour through the pop-up culture of an unusually chill film production...

  • Frames

    Brandon Colvin’s excellent debut feature, "Frames," from 2012, takes off with two young late-high-schoolers, a boy (Holland Noël) and a girl (Maria Travis), who are friends but through the pretense of a camcorder-film project realize they’re probably in love. The girl is more sexual in body, pois...

  • Ham on Rye

    PRESENTED BY FACTORY 25 | A bizarre rite of passage at the local deli determines the fate of a generation of teenagers, leading some to escape their suburban town and dooming others to remain. Directed by Tyler Taormina. Writers: Tyler Taormina, Eric Berger.

  • Tito

    PRESENTED BY FACTORY 25 | A desperate man seeks refuge from the predators hunting him by befriending a cheerful intruder. Directed by and starring Grace Glowicki. Co-starring Ben Petrie.

  • Jobe'z World

    PRESENTED BY FACTORY 25 | Jobe, a mysterious middle-aged rollerblader, gets blamed for the drug overdose of a super famous A-list actor. Afraid and confused, he spends one bizarre evening skating across the streets of Manhattan, all the while dodging paparazzi, police, and assorted late night wei...

  • #Blessed

    Dallas Mapleshade, a delusional actress, hires a filmmaker to make a feature documentary about her life to propel her into the spotlight. “#Blessed,” co-directed by Rich Costales and Kailee McGee, is a bonkers ‘fine line between real and fake’ romp through the life of a wannabe star, carried by a...

  • For the Plasma

    PRESENTED BY FACTORY 25 // At a remote house on the coast of Maine, a young woman has found work as a forest-fire lookout responsible for monitoring the nearby woodland. But when her inquisitive and demanding friend Charlie arrives at the house, Helen finds herself challenged and unsettled by her...

  • Sandbagger

    While dealing with sexism and mistreatment at work, Lee finds solace in her relationship with her best friend, Evelyn. One of the more off-the-wall selections we’ve featured of late, this short feature (42 minutes) by Mitch F. Anderson is perhaps most notable for a striking absence — an on-screen...

  • Welcome to Nowhere (Bullet Hole Road)

    In the illustrious tradition of on-the-road, rambler cinema, Welcome to Nowhere (Bullet Hole Road) is a fresh, experimental take. Heavily reliant on motion graphics animation, director William Cusick charts the surreal encounters of five overlapping strangers in the American desert. The spirit ca...

  • Bad at Birthdays

    Over the course of a long evening, a woman celebrating her birthday gets to know a new friend while navigating her relationship with an old one. Jesse Thurston directs “Bad at Birthdays,” a naturalistic portrait about a group of NYC friends spending the night in Stratford, Connecticut. Told in a ...

  • William Never Married

    A raw and desperate romantic spirit fills every frame. Wildly compelling. Directed by by Christian Palmer.

  • Itchy Fingers

    An aspiring teenage comedian joins a community theater and is cast to play a school shooter. “Itchy Fingers,” directed by Anna Nilles and Marco Jake, is a transfixing exploration of identity that encircles themes of gun violence, mental health, storytelling, creative process, and others. It’s a p...

  • Joy Kevin

    "Joy Kevin" contains another remarkable performance from Tallie Medel (who burst on the indie scene in 2012 with "The Unspeakable Act"); here she is aided to great effect by the fact she plays a dancer. Her physicality is amazing and she’s given free reign to use it, not only in the numerous danc...

  • Super Heady

    A young man travels to Colorado with fourteen cases of beer in hopes of turning a profit at a Phish concert. Micah Van Hove and Jacob King direct “Super Heady,” a cinema verite portrait of jamband culture that flows from road movie into a surprisingly elaborate depiction of the Phish lot scene. I...

  • Gus and the TV Special

    While broadcasting a live music special from their living room, a man and his talking TV are forced off the air by a sinister government agency. “Gus and the TV Special" is an oddball musical feature, a hand-made spectacle made with a one-person crew (Gus Dieker), and a balancing act between quir...

  • Chasing Bubbles

    This extraordinary tale of a young Chicago stock-trader turned ocean-adventurer focuses primarily on a three year sailing trip around the world. It’s a life-affirming feature-length documentary, an emotional mix of joy and adventure, filled with incredible images of the people and places of the w...

  • Good Idea

    An aspiring entrepreneur hires two interns to help him start his online business, if only they could figure out what the company does. “Good Idea,” directed by Marissa Losoya, is a deadpan satire on start-up culture, and a slow-burn character study of a delusional, wannabe boss. The one-man busin...

  • Pasadena

    A depressed writer in L.A. tries to find her way through the grieving process while her estranged brother returns home after a three year absence. “Pasadena,” the directorial debut feature from Gaston Stabiszewski, is a patiently observed character study about two siblings stuck in extreme patter...