Hillia Aho’s In Passing poses the complicated question of work versus relationship, as she delicately deconstructs and eventually looks to rebuild a young couple’s life.
Terry Spears is a singer/songwriter, professional musician and filmmaker based in Los Angeles. Under the mentorship of acclaimed producer Gray Frederickson, he would go on
There’s a profoundly oppressive force lurking about in Kelly Schwarze’s Darkest of Lies, a psychological thriller rooted in past trauma. When PTSD-stricken veteran Travis (Christopher
A disturbing animated exposé on US black ops missions and dealings, The Night Doctrine is a gripping short that takes viewers on a journey to
There’s an achingly beautiful touch of precision and beauty that comes with personal films. Regardless of culture, politics, or religion, they are bound to resonate
There’s something uncharacteristically novel about George Dondero’s War of the Wills. A campy intro and a matter-of-fact opening scene set the table perfectly. William Hadeon
Very few indie movies have as much going on in their stories as Jovi & Lou does. Even fewer know how to have this much
A costume designer with seven years of experience and an extensive resume, Ruth Araujo has worked on projects with the likes of Robert Downey Jr.
Miguel del Campo is a Mexican-born independent filmmaker with a handful of horror-dramas under his belt. He studied filmmaking at UPAEP in Puebla, Mexico, and