‘Twas the Devil follows the conflicted heart of a medieval Englishman who’s trying to make sense of the choices he’s made and all those around
If a high concept log line was assigned to Maximillian Aguiar’s Veneer, Napoleon Dynamite meets the Invasion of the Body Snatchers would work pretty well.
Written and directed by Paul Andrew Kimball, The Colour of Spring, an ironically colorless film, begins as a deceptively calm and linear story. Sarah, played
Cult is a Mockumentary about a fictional religious following in Northern England. Written and directed by Luke Ibbetson, the first 72 minutes goes full mock mode
We all live a series of lives. Work, home, personal all run concurrently with our past, present and future lives. Secret lives are also possible
The Duchess of Cancun starts out like any other romantic drama. The film introduces the all-too-familiar archetype of a cynical boy who sees the glass
BAD PRESIDENT tells the story of Donald Trump’s unanticipated rise to the Presidency. It’s a story known to all – but with a dark twist.
Film is a visual medium and storytelling is an Irish birthright. Colin Hickey takes both of these to new heights in his dialogue free feature
Nilah Williams (Brandi Nicole Payne) is a driven wanna-be screenwriter who wants to make her first feature film – but feels locked out of the