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.
Steve Blackwood’s new short film, Stuck, is a rapid fire comedy with heart that revolves around an oversized sex contraption.
Kévin Mendiboure’s new film, The Mannequin, is a brief and effective piece of short horror cinema with the filmmaker’s talents on full display.
Director Asha Rosemond’s debut short, Incognita is a bit predictable but weaves an optimistic and kind-hearted tale.
Vahagn Karapetyan’s new short horror series, Wicca Book, is an effective tale comprised of three short stories revolving around the same cursed book
Ewurakua Dawson-Amoah’s short film, Just Scream, boasts a simple but relevant story with a powerful message and great performances.