THE STUPID BOY
In a world divided by hate, perhaps love is the answer. Leave it to filmmaker Phil Dunn to turn that somewhat simplistic statement into a
A ROSARY AND A DIAMOND RING
Writer/director Nanak McCann’s subtle short film A Rosary and a Diamond Ring resonates with its realism. The film takes place in San Francisco in 1971.
A good film with bad ensemble acting does not exist. Case in point: First time director Rick-kendy Noziere’s earnest short Hard Feelings. It aims for
Brimming with empathy and insight, Samantha Lavin’s 10-minute inclusive short Val-e-ree will haunt the viewer long after the credits roll. A subtle story of female
WRAP ME IN A SHEET
At first glance, not a whole lot happens in Molly Muse and Britt Harris’s short drama Wrap Me in a Sheet. Yet within 16 minutes,
FOR I AM DEAD
“I’m disgusted by my existence,” laments Oscar (Al Nazemian), the protagonist of Patricia Delso Lucas’s short film For I Am Dead. His words reverberate throughout
Most people have experienced terrible neighbors, ones that have loud parties, or blast music at a ridiculous volume, or whose snores threaten to fracture walls.
AN IRISH GOODBYE
Gentle, funny and touching, Tom Berkeley and Ross White’s short dramedy, An Irish Goodbye, just about achieves all of its modest ambitions. It seamlessly sustains
SOME STILL SEARCH
Nesaru Tchaas’s short film Some Still Search plunges the viewer into the midst of the ongoing immigration crisis. It adopts a deeply intimate approach, portraying