Rebekah Burrows’ debut short film, AD MELIORA, is an emotionally effective call to arms for female empowerment in a male dominated society.
Chris Esper’s new short documentary, YESTERYEAR, is a visual art piece that impacts emotionally with its home movie footage portraying simpler times.
Callum Windsor’s debut short, THE ERL KING, is an atmospheric take on Goethe’s poem from 1782 that lacks some of the emotional punch of its source material.
TRAPPED, the debut short film from Fazeel AJ, is a mind bending trip into a young man’s never-ending loop of drug addiction.
The new film, BILL, from Dan Gitsham and Sophie Mair is a creative piece of “bite sized” horror cinema with its eerie story and effective thrills.
ROSES FOR MS. JACOBS, is a thought-provoking and well made short film dealing with the lasting trauma from a case of sexual abuse.
Bruce C. Bradbury III’s new short film, ROOFTOPS, boasts genuine performances amidst a charming New York City backdrop but suffers from a lack of direction.
Justin Taite’s newest short film, The Awful Kind, channels early Tarantino with its misdirection and paranoia following a train robbery gone bad.
Alexis Ramirez’s Out of Boredom is a brief and amusing look at a young woman’s uneventful Saturday night.
Released on the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, Planting Earth Week is a wonderful short documentary focusing on the struggles of both radical and non-radical activism in these trying times.