Directed and Written by Rakefet Abergel; Produced by Rakefet Abergel and Marshall Langohr

A traumatic event forces a recovering addict to face her demons without her worried fiancé uncovering the truth. Over the course of one rough night, Devi, seven years sober, must make a difficult choice between who she loves and what she loves.

15 minutes

Five Course Meal

Directed by James Cadden; Based on the story by Josh Saltzman; Produced by Rebecca Bell

Mark and Jenny volunteer to be locked in a room together for one month as part of a paid experiment. They’re provided meals through a dispenser, which they ravenously devour because they’ve been gripped by an insatiable hunger. Eventually, the food stops coming, but they’re still hungry.

6 minutes

The Helping Hand

Directed and Written by Brenden Hubbard; Produced by Brenden Hubbard and Brian Barnes

Produced by the Academy Award winning team behind Curfew, The Helping Hand delves into the nuances of a growing family and the role of technology in their lives. Faced with the challenges of raising baby Indigo, parents Cindy and Micah turn to revolutionary monitoring technology for relief. Will this be an answer to the young couples’ prayers or have they unknowingly invited a monster into their home?

10 minutes

Her Lips are Mine

Directed, Written, and Produced by Ken Cohen

After Sandy is kidnapped and has parts from her face replaced by other victims’, she manages to escape and later attends a support group with other survivors. One of them, Emily, is the former owner of the lips on Sandy’s face. Emily’s girlfriend Kathleen has always been fascinated by Emily’s lips, and can’t stop obsessing about the fact that they still exist, but now belong to Sandy. Kathleen will do anything to get them back.

10 minutes

Here There Be Monsters

Directed by Drew Macdonald; Produced by Steven Geddes

After incessant bullying on the bus ride home, Elki falls asleep and ends up trapped inside the school bus at the empty depot, but her frustration quickly turns to dread when she sees something lurking in the vast dark yard–something big. Elki’s going to have to summon up every bit of courage she didn’t know she had if she’s going to survive the night.

15 minutes

Playtime’s Over

Directed by Tony Reames; Written by Todd Jacobs

The only thing Dee loves more than classic horror movies is terrorizing the babysitter. It’s New Years Eve, and Dee’s parents are looking forward to one of the rare nights without their angel. Little does Laurie, the new babysitter, know that the fifty bucks an hour won’t cover the years of therapy needed after spending one night with Dee and her stuffed friends.

11 minutes


Directed by Marten Carlson; Written by Marten Carlson; Produced by Hunter Wayne

The Lentz Triplets are the biggest movie stars in the world. When it’s time to renegotiate their contract, it’s up to Biggs Tomlinson to get that ink on paper. He ventures to the mysterious Lentz household with his trusty briefcase in hand. There he meets Milly, aging film star and mother of the triplets. What follows is a game of cat and mouse as Biggs must solve the mystery of the Lentz family before it’s too late.

13 minutes