This week’s short film pick comes to us from directors Jamie Gyngell & Jamie Whitby and their film Big Dog. This stark, beautifully shot film involves a young man getting a job at a meat processing facility after re-entering society from what
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick comes to us from the Baltimore Video Collective with their plans for a non-profit video store called Beyond Video. Baltimore was the closest city to me growing up and to this day it remains one of
I always love a good awkward comedy and when you mix in a heaping pile of suspense I’m all in and such is the case with Ben Gutteridge‘s short film Steak Knife. A man arrives at his date’s home only to find an
The film market is currently awash with ’80s throw backs, some good, some horrifically bad, but thankfully The Playback Collective‘s Night Run looks like it’s going to be former. The problem with too many of these movies is that they often rely
This week’s featured crowdfunding project comes to us from director Rachel James and her short film Big Bad Wolves. This thriller involves four best friends who become a vigilante group after one of them falls victim to abuse by a boyfriend.
This week’s short film pick is a sweet and sour little treat from director Kristin Peterson titled Dog*Walk. This 3-minute comedy is about two girls who decide to make some money by walking neighborhood dogs, but all is not as it seems with
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick comes to us from writer-director Henry Jinings and his upcoming short film Welcome to Bushwick. The film revolves around a young man who locks himself in his date’s bathroom after he begins to fear there may be something
This week’s short film pick comes to us from director Ari Kruger and his film Jakkals13, an action comedy about a hitman whose roommate won’t stop bothering him while he’s on the job. An interesting premise and a load of dry humor
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick comes to us from director Ricky D’Ambrose and his intriguing feature Notes on an Appearance. The film revolves around two people investigating the disappearance of a political theorist who leaves behind an obscure collection of notebooks,
This week’s Fandependent Friday pick is Dave Conte‘s comedy Jef Needs Ice Cream, in which Jef heads out in the cold on an arduous journey to acquire a delicious frozen treat. My main reason for this pick is because I know
Introspection is not an easy task in private, let alone in public; it isn’t rare either, although, one’s introspection is usually shrouded in narrative creations to dampen and/or conceal its full extent. But, Arnow’s particular brand of introspection is of the splayed-open-for-all-to-see variety, which can be jarring at times given the breadth of intimate interactions she’s willing to share with the audience. Much of it seems ill-advised, but then again, who are we to judge. This is the director’s life, they’re making the decisions (for the most part) and one gets the sense that Arnow is doing this for herself mostly, we’re just spectating bystanders.
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick comes to us from director Isiah Medina and his documentary Inventing the Future, an adaptation of the best-selling book Inventing the Future: Postcapitalism and a World Without Work by Nick Srnicek and Alex Williams. The book is a fascinating look
Last week we showcased a short film about a gang called The Pissy Tits Street Gang and this week we have another gang-related short to present called Smoke Bomb Boys. Directed by James P. Gannon, the film revolves around a trio of hooligans
20th Century Fox has released a short film called The Crossing that fills in some of the gaps between Prometheus and Alien: Covenant. Set on the ship boarded by Dr. Elizabeth Shaw (Noomi Rapace) and David (Michael Fassbender) at the end of
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick comes to us from director Robert Rippberger and writer Sha-Risse Smith and their film Striver’s Row. This feature takes place in the Striver’s Row area of Harlem and revolves around a young woman struggling to keep