Fresh from an impressive festival run, this visually impossing animation follows a man haunted by obsessive-compulsive thoughts
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What does it take for an idle thought to become a brilliant idea? Insane animation craft in this adorable stop-motion short film.
A Chicago teenager decides to reveal their true identity during a spoken word performance only to be interrupted by an uninvited guest. A heartfelt look at the intersectionality between trans youth, spoken word,
Every Wednesday, an alcoholic CEO and her PA sit down to business. But tonight, old wounds will reopen and their co-dependency will come under scrutiny.
Amos arrives home to tell his wife that he is leaving her, and steps into his own surprise vows renewal party. Based on a true story.
When Emily and Colton's relationship hits the rocks, they invite a 3rd party into the bedroom to spice things up.
A simple love story told over four decades or a creative film designed to test your hearing ability - you decide.
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A deserted underpass becomes the setting for this unnerving Russian Horror featuring some impressive FX work
Anna, a young Czech doctor, gets held up at U.S. immigration after a humanitarian trip to Uganda, the day her boyfriend wants to propose to her.
A young woman in London self-broadcasts her life before, during and after she suffers a heinous attack.
An aspiring artist struggles to find his voice, his sexual identity, and the meaning of creativity.
A stay-at-home dad and self-proclaimed "internet celebrity" ignores an obvious addiction to social media, and attention from strangers, while embarrassing his family with his cringeworthy behavior and the hack "c
Two teenage boys break free from school to embark on a dangerous adventure, as they truant their way across the threatening industrial landscape which surrounds them.
A father attempts to figure out the best way to protect his son from the lurid excesses of their crime-ridden city.
After losing her job, her apartment, and her friends, twenty-nine year old Jessie moves back in with her mom, Lisa—the only thing is, Lisa doesn’t know she’s there.
Sean is taken to a motel and is given a prostitute for his 18th birthday by his father. He must sleep with her to "fix" his questionable homosexuality.
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An exhilarating, freewheeling black comedy, Zia Anger’s latest short takes aim at the independent film scenes in NY and L.A.
A heart-wrenching story about a loving wife, mother and grandmother who succumbed to Alzheimer’s disease
A new craze is taking over the estates of London. With fights, street deals and territorial warfare growing ever dangerous, it won't be long until it's out of control.
They swiped right. Their star signs align. But snap judgements may be too high a wall to climb.
A look behind the mask of the real-life Batman.
For decades, Sea-Monkeys won the hearts of children everywhere and quickly transformed into cultural phenomena thanks to inventor, marketing genius, and complicated eccentric Harold von Braunhut.
When a massive alien creature sudden appears in LA, experts attempt to discern its motivations in this stylish sci-fi from director Brent Bonacorso.
With 41 full-ride Division 1 scholarship offers, Brandon Jones is one of the most heavily recruited high school football players in the country. But beneath the stats, the college offers, and the very real possi
Just announced! We've got trailers for the Oscar Short Film Nominees in the Live-Action, Animation and Documentary categories, + info on how you can watch the full version of many of these short films right now
A series of everyday metaphysical conversations—about the inner mind, the fabric of the universe, and the nature of reality itself—are revisited between the filmmaker and a gifted spiritual h