BIASED

Writer and director Andrea Lwin’s Biased boldly asks the question: what if renting in Los Angeles could get even MORE egregious? Closely following the sudden

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MY NAME IS MOE

Young filmmaker Kabir McNeely’s short, My Name Is Moe, gradually grows in resonance until it arrives at an unexpectedly poignant conclusion. Sensitively dealing with serious

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COKE BOYS

Props to filmmaker Omar Cook for multitasking. He writes, co-produces, edits, shoots, co-directs, and stars in the latest crime short Coke Boys. Sure, the 20-minute

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COUNTING DOWN

Mental illness is not an easy thing to understand – especially if you’ve never actually experienced a bout. But the medical community has long included

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RILEY

Living in a post-apocalyptic environment has become an immensely popular theme of films and TV shows. Riley, a 13-minute short film by Ben McHugh, taps

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