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  • It's all In your Head
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    It's all In your Head

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    Set in India, six siblings navigate their day-to-day obstacles, endeavors, and social gymnastics. “It’s all In your Head,” a feature film directed by Dhruv Solanki, is a comedic slice-of-life offering a youthful perspective on a Northern India backdrop. JoJo, an aspiring photographer, makes her w...

  • Personal Documentary
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    Personal Documentary

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    During the summer semester at a NYC arts school, boundaries begin to blur between an adjunct professor and the students in her filmmaking class. “Personal Documentary,” a long-form feature directed by Jinho Myung, is a real-time exploration of various modes of intimate filmmaking — both a discuss...

  • Cash Cow

    In the Fall of 2020, a financially struggling actor explores early Mormon historical sites as he anxiously awaits national broadcast for his Domino’s Pizza commercial. “Cash Cow,” directed by and starring Matt Barats, is an epic one-man comedy documentary overflowing with deadpan monologues and p...

  • Dad & Step-Dad

    Jim and Dave, a dad and a step-dad, have trouble bonding with their son during a 3-day weekend upstate. Tynan DeLong directs “Dad & Step-Dad,” a rolling deadpan comedy feature that’s lighthearted and strangely moving about the odd relationship between two dads and one son. Arriving at a peaceful ...

  • 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 ...

  • For The Coyotes

    In a remote cabin in the redwood forest of Northern California, a Buddhist teacher and his son are thrown together after years of estrangement forced to make peace with life’s inevitabilities. “For the Coyotes” is a remarkable film about connection, pain and mortality. It was made by a two person...

  • 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...

  • Open Five

    The critically-acclaimed 3rd film from director Kentucker Audley continues his streak of authentic, ambling no-budget films. This summer film made in Memphis won praise for its sincerity, laid-back humor, and naturalistic performances. Co-written and starring musician Jake Rabinbach (The Echo Fri...

  • Open Five 2

    A group of young adults delay entering the real world in lieu of focusing on iffy relationships. "Open Five 2" is the last in a series of mini-features directed by Kentucker Audley revolving around a small circle of friends in Memphis, Tennessee. Lacking a central narrative, the film is an improv...

  • 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...

  • World of Facts

    Sisters Maureen and Louise return to their Midwestern hometown after a coincidence of tragedy strikes the family. “World of Facts,” a quietly observed dramatic feature from director Mike Gibisser, reckons with a suspended period of heartache, in two separate cases of comatose partners. The first ...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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 ...

  • Rukus

    A hybrid of documentary and fiction, "Rukus" is a queer coming of age story set in the liminal spaces of furry conventions, southern punk houses, and virtual worlds. Brett Hanover directs and stars in this layered feature-length investigation - 8 years in the making - into identity and undergroun...

  • 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...

  • #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...

  • 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...

  • William Never Married

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

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • The Confabulators

    A bizarre ‘systems-comedy’ that channels Pynchon as much as Stillman and Ferrara, a chamber-piece in varying shades of beige and taupe that nevertheless expands beyond the confines of its anodyne Wall Street office-space where a conspiracy-non-conspiracy surrounding something called “the Benson f...

  • Denver Tourism Tapes

    Local teens of Denver, Colorado lead viewers through a guide to all things Denver, Colorado. Written by and starring the comedy troupe, Phantasmagoria LLC, “Denver Tourism Tapes” is a hilariously far-out grab bag of tropes, parodies, existential comedy, lo-fi psychedelia, kids playtime, and light...