DEAD DICKS, the feature length directorial debut from Chris Bavota and Lee Paula Springer, is tonally inconsistent but a fun and even touching experience.
Tyler Smith’s “visual essay” documentary, REEL REDEMPTION, is an impartial look at the impact of Christianity on the past, present, and future of cinema.
Ryan Brookhart’s TWO WAYS TO GO WEST ebbs and flows in terms of intrigue as it explores the complicated friendship between three men.
Michael Bachochin’s new film, PARALLAX, mixes elements of popular science fiction dramas to lead viewers on a curious journey through a young woman’s life.
Director Zach Gayne’s new film, HOMEWRECKER, is a lot of fun with its creepily obsessive story of a middle aged woman forcing her way into someone’s life.
Michael Bentham’s feature length debut, DISCLOSURE, is a tense drama bolstered by excellent performances and a realistically distressing script.
The debut narrative feature from Moez Solis, THE MENTOR, is a fun, self aware, and satirical look at filmmakers and filmmaking in general.
Mark Jackson’s new film, THIS TEACHER, is an uncomfortably tense, and sometimes misguided, film about a young woman struggling with her purpose in life.
Miles Doleac’s new film, THE DINNER PARTY, starts slow but ramps up into some bloody horror fun with an amusing cast of characters.
Though tonally confused, Fernando Grostein Andrade’s ABE is a youthful tale about a young boy’s intent to unite his family with his love for cooking.