Danger Zone

Writer/Director: Dylan Keeling; Producer: Joseph Alberti

Jerry, a shy man in his early 30s, has a problem.  He has retreated into a private world.  Oh, and his penis has started to grow.  A lot.  At first he was a little pleased, but the problem has become unbearable. All his social interactions are affected, particularly his date with Reanne, a young lady from work. Sometimes, size does matter, and two heads are not always better than one.

12 min

Devil’s Rose

Writer/Director: Erahm Christopher; Producers: Erahm Christopher, John C. Pohl

In a dismal town, Daniel, a lonely bicycle deliveryman with a scarred face, says nothing to the beautiful Rose, unaware that they share the same longing to bury a troubled past and flee the small town life. When a dark rain falls on the town, a devilish gentleman proposes to make Daniel attractive so he may satisfy his needs. Daniel agrees to the accord and gives the stranger freewill to decide his fate and ultimately collect his soul. There are no coincidences in life, only unintended consequences.
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18 min


Writer/Producer/Director: Troy Morgan

After her parents die in a tragic fire, a young girl is sent to an orphanage where she begins sketching fiery visions. When the director of the orphanage sees her talent, he realizes that he might be able to profit from it, and auctions off her work.  The drawings become an instant success, bringing people from every neighboring town. The director, overwhelmed with greed, forces the girl to make more of her amazing creations. Tired and exhausted, she draws through the night and creates one final scenario that will bring everyone face to face with her demons

8 min

Earthly Things

Writer/Director: James Krokee; Producer: Susan Flores

Tobey, a mechanic, uses desperate measures to replace the void in his life left by his dead wife. When his inflatable doll ruptures, he is convinced that a woman he has been voyeuristically watching is destined to be his new companion. But when her resistance pushes him to a murderous rage, preserving this new “organic” doll proves more difficult than it first appears. Weaving in and out of this storyline is April, a mysterious fortune teller with a secret of her own. Earthly Things is about the events that ultimately bring Tobey and April together, and a tale of the destructive and consuming nature of obsession.
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26 min


Writer/Director: B. Jason Roer; Producer: Sydny Brown

Vincent van Gogh once said, “In an artist’s life, death is perhaps not the most difficult thing”. Cynthia Navarro paints with a similar brush. Faceless is a psychological thriller about an artist obsessed with the beauty of the human body and the unique manner in which she expresses her art.

9 min

Fish Tales

Writers: Tim Smyth, Dave Habeeb; Producers: Paul McMahon; Director: Tim Smyth

It’s an ordinary day, and Joe is fishing, with little success.  After several hours, a mysterious woman of the lake swims up to him. She introduces herself as Veronica and doesn’t think much of his fishing skills. To prove to her that he is indeed a good fisherman, he boasts that he can catch something no matter what the bait.  Using a piece of his sandwich, he casts his line, but finds that what is in this lake is better off not being caught. Joe wonders if he’s the fisherman, or the bait, as he gets the fight of his life as he tries to survive this fishing trip.

8 min

The Fishing

Writer: Michael Aronson; Director: Dawn Boyd

After buying a house in the country, newlyweds Mark and Karen live in fear of a local fisherman who they mistake for a killer. As emotions run high, the tables turn to reveal the killer in us all.

7 min


Writer/Producer/Director: Raygan Henley

In a room alone, a writer searches for inspiration, but when wit runs dry, he releases his frustration on a little house fly. The house fly dodges his blows. It eludes him and torments him, as did his lack of inspiration. The writer’s feelings are resolved only upon the death of the fly which rekindles the fire of words in his mind.  We’ve all been at a loss for words. Whether writing something for self expression or writing a paper for work or school. And like the chase for a house fly, sometimes, what we need is a little passionate distraction.

9 min

From Beyond

Writers: Michael Granberry, H.P. Lovecraft; Producer/Director: Michael Granberry

An unsuspecting man falls into an otherworldly trap set by a psychotic genius in this spine-tingling tale based on the classic short story by H.P. Lovecraft.
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10 min


Writer: Gerald McClanahan; Producer: Darya Danesh; Director Mikki Willisl

When Murray was young, he was bitten by a wild dog. Since then, on full moons a beast within overcomes him. When his sister, Stevie, attempts to intervene, Murray turns on his own flesh.

10 min

Genesis Antipode

Writer/Producer/Director: John Robinson

Jeffrey and Rebecca, two polar opposites, are forced to come to terms with each other amidst the desolation of a post-apocalyptic landscape. Initially meeting Jeffrey on a blind date, Rebecca is completely disinterested in him, while Jeffrey thinks that he’s found a lasting partner.  A devastating virus will change both their outlooks.  Told through alternating timelines, the film chronicles their relationship, from their awkward first date up to the point at which they are finally able to find a common ground.
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16 min


Writer/director: Paul Solet; Producers: Rebecca Cutter, Rosie Sharkey

Madeline Matheson is eight months pregnant, and determined to deliver her unborn child, Grace, naturally. It is the most important thing in the world. When an accident leaves both Madeline’s husband and unborn Grace dead, Madeline insists on carrying the baby’s corpse to term. Nothing as inconsequential as death is going to change her plans.
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6 min

The Greatest Story of All Time

Writers: Nicholas Heim, Robert LaPoint; Producer: Casey Heim; Director: Nicholas Heim

Ralph has a quest. This quest is simple. Ralph wants to talk to God. Jim has a wish. This wish is simple. Jim doesn’t want to go with Ralph on his dumb quest.  What starts as a stupid journey into the desert becomes an even stupider journey into a surreal world of talking cars, Amish, evil cheerleaders, and thrilling violations of Zoning Board Code #205-02. When our heroes are called upon to help save the world, little do they know that forces are massing against them.

So come see The Greatest Story of All Time, the film that audiences everywhere are calling “the greatest story of all time”!

23 min


Writer/Producer/Director: Sagi Zamoshchik

An innocent butterfly wants only on thing: a spot of green.  Maybe it’s a plant he’s looking for.  But whatever the case, green is hard to find in a desert.  And what little is there is more than likely to be man-made.

3 min