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.
Director Asha Rosemond’s debut short, Incognita is a bit predictable but weaves an optimistic and kind-hearted tale.
Ewurakua Dawson-Amoah’s short film, Just Scream, boasts a simple but relevant story with a powerful message and great performances.
Dante Iannetta’s debut short film, Vera, is well made and acted but seems confused about its message and purpose.
Vin Nucatola’s Italian Turtles is an amusing little short that spotlights the absurdity of trying to pitch an idea like the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Nicholas Goodwin’s Beauty Queen is very well made and acted with a nice message despite maybe feeling a little too familiar.
Misti Dawn Garritano and Mackenzie Barmen’s short film, Denial, is an amusing and brief peek into what should be an exciting time in a couple’s life.
Matthew Kyle Levine’s newest short film, Miss Freelance, continues the writer/director’s penchant for emotional character studies told through facial expressions and relationships.
Marley Jaeger’s debut film, Simon’s Quest, is an amusing little short with a bit of an identity crisis while also having a main character dealing with his own identity crisis .
Yalan Hu’s debut film, Doll It Up, boasts a strange and quirky romance that’s thoroughly enjoyable, has something to say, and also plays for laughs.