Bill is fifty-two years old, has a mountain man beard, and delivers pizza on a fixed-gear bike in Brooklyn.
An intimate portrait of Thomas Bennett, a man who lives on the fringes of society.
In 1980, with a healthy mix of imagination, balls and roughly-remembered Newtonian physics, a Kiwi bloke jumped off a bridge and started a worldwide phenomenon.
Through chance and coincidence, infinitely small decisions can produce new life.
Doctors gave him a five-percent chance of survival when he was born three months pre-mature. Now, he’s defying everyone’s expectations.
The unusual and extraordinary operations of the Cryonics Institute, a facility that stores human beings at below-freezing temperatures in cryopreservation.
London seems a little less lonely when Lucy meets a libidinous cosmonaut on chatroulette.
A year in the life of a guy and his car. A funny/romantic/tragic short film.
A young girl, creative and idealistic, dreams of brighter days in a forgotten Eastern European city.
Dating in Los Angeles is hard, especially when you have a crappy car.
Office politics lead to absurdly dark actions in this “Mad Men” era black comedy from director Jonathan Reid-Edwards
Everyone writes to Erica Wexler on her Facebook, and she’s great about responding. But Erica Wexler is dead.
A girl finds a mysterious, old Polaroid camera that does far more than meets the eye.
When a you choose a popular dueling spot to settle your quarrel, others might intrude.
A boy is reborn with memories of his previous lives and tries to fix the mistakes of the past.
A daredevil family keeps a visceral form of entertainment alive in this beautiful black and white documentary.
An American advertising producer in Shanghai tries to sell fast food to the Chinese. An endearing portrait of a modern day “Mad Man.”
There’s just one thing in Mark’s way of a great night with a dream girl—her creepy male roommate—in this awkward comedy with a stellar cast of B-list celebrities.
3 friends create three indelible short travel films, each centering around a specific topic.
Writer/filmmaker Ransom Riggs directs this poetic look at the doomed inland desert oasis, “The Salton Sea”.
When activated, the “plot device” spontaneously transforms our hero’s world into any number of cliched film scenarios. A hit branded film for software company Red Giant.
Jonny Corndawg, prolific underground country singer, marathon runner. Another portrait of an eccentric character by the acclaimed Sean Dunne.
A homeless man in Sydney finds some control over the city in this HDSLR film shot entirely at night with available light.
The simple follies of youth are captured so beautifully in this kaleidoscope of teenage moments.
A cute, absurd little film about a man who starts a cult with just one member—himself.