WHERE WERE YOU is a touching tribute to the victims of September 11th, 2001, despite being a bit long and lacking in substance.
Kévin Mendiboure’s new short, UNDER THE BED, continues to show off the filmmaker’s visual storytelling but maybe feels a little too familiar.
Writer/director Kris Salvi’s short film, CLEANER, continues his knack for surprisingly original mob tales that are both simple and effective.
Sam Abbas’s MARIE is a strenuous and uncomfortable look at a woman going into labor before a planned home childbirth.
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.