Baba is a chaotic experience that is, at the same time, very precisely controlled; there is not a single second that feels wasted on anything
James Abrams’ A Tiger In The Subway promises a fresh and completely different tale of terror right from its first finely crafted frame – flipping
One-man-show-type films are always a coin toss, with filmmakers often overcomplicating their concepts or overindulging in their own abilities as on-camera performers. There’s a delicate
“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
James (Charlie Tacker) has lost his mom, and Ian (Dan Mauro) has lost his wife. In short, the light has gone out in their lives.
Álvaro Gabarrón’s second short Riot (Desmadres), is a nearly 28-minute-long tragicomedy with its heart in the right place. There is no denying the affection felt
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.
Mary (Paige Sciarrino) is encompassed in darkness. An out of work, struggling actress, it would be hard to find a single actor who hasn’t felt
Esperanza tells the story of human beings being inhuman to each other. In this case the title character (Giselle Marie Muñoz) is an undocumented immigrant,