EXETER AT MIDNIGHT, a collaborative effort from Christopher Di Nunzio and Kris Salvi, is another ambiguously fascinating film from the duo.
Steve Blackwood’s virtual play, PRIVATE, tells a compelling story while displaying Blackwood’s drive to create in our pandemic stricken world.
Sean Meehan’s new short film, CAMERA TEST SUBJECT, is a brief snapshot into the paranoia and uncertainty of an actor.
Marc Cartwright’s new film, WE DIE ALONE, plays on familiar horror/thriller tropes to provide an astoundingly original experience.
Gabrielle Rosson’s new short film, SALVATION, is an impressive film noir throwback with some solid acting and great visuals.
THE JUNGLE OF ACCOUNTING is a hilarious mockumentary about a small accounting firm and their issues in finding a reliable assistant.
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.