9.8 m/s²: Danila (Danny, a Russian immigrant, 47) hijacks a taxi cab on a Saturday night and rushes through Manhattan. Danny is furious - his young beautiful wife hasn't come home yet again, Danny is convinced she is cheating. Unable to contain his fury and frustration anymore he drives the stolen taxicab prowling the notable spots of the city, including tourist magnets, in search for his chippy wife. All the while Danny is on the cell phone, engaged in a conversation with a friend - (Erik, an immigration lawyer, 40).
A Dubious Night: At a local tavern, unhappy citizens share their hopes and dreams. Soon they become aware they have never left their home town.
Alex & the Firefly: Travel back to a time before cell phones and social media took over the world and experience a coming-of-age tale of love and loss in the new millennium.
another day in paradise: against all odds has consequences even in paradise.
Baba Yaga Origins: An herbalist's evening of concocting potions and salves is interrupted when a lustful brute forces his way into her secluded hut. The following trauma leaves the woman emboldened and determined to reclaim her independence by any means necessary and thus a legend is born.
Beyond Climate: Beyond Climate explores the human and environmental impacts of climate change in British Columbia, and is a timely contribution to the province and country as we grapple with climate change, the paramount issue of our time.
Bob and Edgar: Bob and his dog Edgar go fishing, go for walks, and hang out, until a pair of surprise visitors reveal more about Bob’s identity.
cupid is not a terrorist: Finding true love is a thrilling adventure, especially if personally involved as target.
Decoding the Driftless: A wild ride of adventure through the air, across rugged landscapes, on and under the water, through a secret underworld, and across time itself to explore and decipher ancient clues of archaeology, paleontology, geology, and biology of the Driftless Region, with its captivating scenic beauty.
Deer Lights: Charlie ignores the mounting consequences of his opiate addiction while his wife and kids find their own ways to cope.
First Kill: After best friends Melissa and Rebecca hide the body from their first kill, they find themselves stuck on a deserted country road. A dark comedy of errors ensues, as Melissa’s parents and the local tow truck driver, Barbara, are called to the rescue. When the body is discovered the next day, Sheriff White arrests his main suspect. But don’t kid yourself, everything isn’t as it appears.
Garbage Money: Our gunman has seen the movies, knows what to avoid when it comes to needing money quick. Never rob a bank, because an off-duty cop just happens to be in there, or try to steal from a company, only for an intern I.T. worker to catch you. Lucky for him, he has an idea, take the people who are forced to come to his front door hostage. Not so lucky for his two Garbage Men and Mailman. But just because he has a genius idea, doesn’t mean he’s thought it all the way through.
Getting Through: A drama about two cousins working through the death of a loved one.
GIVE + TAKE: Caring is easy. Surviving is hard. A comedy of error hits hard when a slacker becomes a caregiver to a crusty Scottish senior resulting in mishap and mayhem.
Hoan Alone: Personal Stories from the Bridge: Milwaukee’s Daniel Hoan Memorial Bridge is the crown over Summerfest and has become one of the city’s most recognizable landmarks. But it’s also a popular site for suicides. This animated documentary explores the issues of the bridge and suicide through three intimate interviews.
Introducing Skülly: A trailer to Skülly's debut story: Meet our hero, Skülly on the tail end of one adventure, and crashing himself into the next.
Kith: Based on a true story. Imlay constantly strives to go out of his way for others. One day he meets a young boy while on the job. This small, yet life-changing experience will serve as a beautiful insight into the human connection, and how small moments can become powerful memories.
Kushtaka: Based in the 1900s, a recently widowed prospector remains alone in the Alaskan wilderness during his desperate search for gold. Something has been stalking him from the trees. Can he find his fortune and leave Alaska for good, or will he lose the only real valuable thing he has left, his own life?
Miracles: The journey of a butterfly being knocked down but always finding a way to get up
Mirrors: When a WWIII defector and his dangerous clones plot global annihilation, an assassin and a pacifist rebel must team up to take them down.
Monday: MONDAY is an action-comedy that follows Jim, an unemployed stoner, on the worst day of his life. As he tries to put his life back together, Jim soon finds himself involved with two assassins and the war between rival crime families.
Mount Liptak: After a 15-year old's Father is murdered he decides to lie about his age in order to enlist in the Navy during WWII with the hopes of providing for his family. Based on a true story.
Mr. Mops: A guy has to sub for the normal custodian at a creepy mill where the ghost of the old janitor supposedly still lurks about.
Not Alone: An encouraging story about a man struggling with loss, and loneliness, who realizes in the end that, he's not alone.
Notes From Melanie: A screenwriter known for ripoff "mockbusters" asks his successful former colleague for feedback on his first serious script.
Novalis: This animated short film bridges family-friendly animation and arthouse cinema with the story of a lost orphan trying to find shelter in a desolate German village in the 1890's, where he finds the giant robot creature called Novalis, that seems to be threatening and dangerous, until something more human is revealed.
Shattered Dreams: Sex Trafficking in America: Shattered Dreams is a comprehensive documentary that examines the pervasive, dark underworld of sex trafficking in America. Heart wrenching personal stories from survivors of the illicit sex trade and leading experts reveal how vastly misunderstood and disregarded this important human rights issue has been.
Shut-Eye: A night-shifter wants nothing more than to get some sleep. Simple enough, right?
Skin: The Movie: When a socially awkward Midwestern woman inherits a porn studio, she plans to take the money and run - until her dead father and a band of misfits force her to face her fears, and learn that misfits are people too.
Super Deluxe: A lounge singer with an odd name has a strange past.
The Bench Series: Directed individually, The Bench is a snackable feast of six, multi-genre short stories set on the same park bench. Through the course of the episodes we meet a great range of characters set in a multitude of different genres; from Clowns to Girl Scouts, Time Travellers to Assassins, post-apocalyptic Australia to the overlooked streets of Sydney, and even the future and its multi-verses. The Bench really is a kaleidoscope of time & colour.
The Boy at Platform 3: A boy. No friends. Disturbing family conditions. The main station of the big town nearby becomes his place of longing for his daily getaways. Lost and comforted by his fantasies he spends most of his spare time watching trains. One day ...
The Chairman: In this retro supernatural thriller, corporate researchers go behind the back of their mysterious employer to test the telepathic abilities of a traumatized girl and her father.
The Color of Medicine: The Story of Homer G. Phillips Hospital: An absorbing and historic recollection of a 2nd generation physician and alumnus of Homer G. Phillips in 1963, Dr. Earle Robinson Jr., whose father was one of the 1st interns to graduate in 1939, from one of the nation’s pre-eminent African-American medical training hospitals, Homer G. Phillips, in St. Louis Missouri.
The Delta 1-9: An ambitious, young bureaucrat goes on a mission to find the leader of a savage mercenary group operating at the edge of civilization in 2035 post-civil war America.
The Interview: Student vs Professor, one interview will determine his future. Watch as a verbal duel ensues to find who is truly worthy of acceptance to the world's most prestigious university.
The Mirror: A girl looks in the mirror and dreams… but reality is different.
Turtle Taido in Osun and Kogi States: Adventures of Turtle Taido is a Nigerian TV series about a bubbly, magic turtle on an adventure across Nigeria. In this 12-minute short, he visits Osogbo, capital city of Osun State and tours a cocoa farm with his friend Abiodun. Taido then travels to River Niger and River Benue in Kogi State, where he and his friend Usman meet friendly manatees. This is an HD director's cut, with more characters and better animation
Voices of Theresa: Voices of Theresa consists of interviews with community members about village history supplemented by many intriguing personal stories. Theresa, Wisconsin, was established in the late 1840s by the great Solomon Juneau, founder of the city of Milwaukee who also served as its first mayor. This is an extraordinary American village, 170 years old, which has lived much larger than its population. While very diverse, It has long been a religiously tolerant community blessed by artists, inventors, risk-takers and optimists set in a land of windmills, drumlins, and the spirits of the Native Americans they once lived with in harmony.
Wander: Iceland: A travel show aimed at understanding cultures through both landscape and conversation. We ventured to Iceland in both winter and summer to experience the entirety of the island, and those that bring it to life. While you see so much about the visual, striking beauty that Iceland is regularly represented by, we wanted to be able to connect to a deeper part of the island itself: the people. From the most inhabited part of the island, to the most remote parts, we traveled through Iceland meeting people from every walk of life and hearing their stories, speaking with them, and learning even more about what make Iceland so special.