MY EYES ARE UP HERE

At the moment of mutual consent, one night stands all probably seem like a good idea. Then the morning arrives, and in all likelihood, there’s

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KILLING BORIS JOHNSON

Killing Boris Johnson, directed by Musa Alderson-Clarke, is a wounding drama that miraculously and adeptly exorcizes some of the searing anger etched deep within British

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DEATH AND RAMEN

Like the richly flavorful broth it so heartily showcases, Death and Ramen is a delicious blend of genre filmmaking with a whole lot on its

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THE DRUG DEAL

The Drug Deal, written and directed by Tanya O’Quinn, is a self-described Covid-19 comedy. The film makes use of the minimal locations forced about by

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TITS

Tits, written and directed by Eivind Landsvik, is a visually stunning coming-of-age tale. The film mixes sea, sun and self-consciousness in a truly marvelous and

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CORVINE

Finding your own voice can be a daunting venture, but as Sean McCarron’s Corvine proves, everyone deserves a chance at discovering it and beyond that,

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MANY FACES

What can you say about a film that comes in at 1 minute and 47 seconds? A lot. Especially if it’s Ryan Nunes’ micro-short Many

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THE SPERM BANK

You’d be hard pressed to find a more uniquely realized comedy short than Margaux Susi’s The Sperm Bank. Especially one that deals with a serious

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IN PASSING

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.

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