Drūdly: Druids on Demand

Directed and Written by Matt Lincoln; Produced by Matt Lincoln and Christian Leadley

In this pilot episode, gig economy Druids intercede arcane mischief through a Cleanly-style app called “Drūdly” on behalf of NYC’s upper crust in exchange for scant tips and shitty reviews. The Magicians meets High Maintenance.

10 minutes

Eagleman

Directed and Written by Wesley Jamal Fleming; Produced by Sean Carroll

Eagleman, alt-righteous defender of United City, leaps to the rescue when the city is under attack! But what will our hero do when he kills an unarmed black teen during his caped crusade?

15 minutes

Giltrude’s Dwelling

Directed by Jeremy Lutter; Written by Marcy Waughtal; Produced by Marcy Waughtal and Manpreet Babra

Orphaned at the age of eleven, Giltrude, an interdimensional shut-in, has waited fifteen years for her parents to come home. When a life or death dilemma comes knocking, Giltrude must look beyond her front door and learn to face the outside universe.

The film stars Kacey Rohl (Hannibal, The Magicians) and Liam Hughes (Star Trek Discovery, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, The Flash)

15 minutes

A Midwinter Night’s Dream

Directed by Martin Gooch; Written by Martin Gooch and Alec Worley; Produced by Martin Gooch, Krista DeMille, and Paul Craig

Every year on Midwinter’s Eve in a centuries old ritual, the Sunstone must be returned to the Yew Tree Goddess or the Darkness will last forever. The Yew Tree is ancient, it is mystical, magical and poisonous. Young Morrigan doesn’t want to do it, but her mother and the Vicar insist. ​

This film was shot in one take, no edits, no cuts, no cheats!

7 minutes

A Purgatory Story

Directed and Written by Tom Albanese; Produced by Tom Albanese and Joey Long; Co-Produced by Mary Rachael Gardner

Life isn’t easy for Gerald. He’s dead, he’s a demon, and he’s been stuck in Purgatory for 48,113 days. Every morning, Monday through Sunday, he spills his coffee, fruitlessly rubs Horngaine on his tiny horns in the hopes he’ll get noticed over the cocky, big-horned demon he shares his daily elevator ride with, and sits at his desk on spirit board duty where he’s forced to chat with drunk girls at slumber parties and eerie, hooded cult members–until Claire. Now, Gerald wakes up on his grungy cot not dreading the day ahead, but looking forward to it! But as his spirits lift, Claire begins to wonder how a relationship like theirs could ever go anywhere. After all, he’s dead, and she’s alive. How could something like that possibly work out?

17 minutes

Troll Bridge

Directed by Daniel Knight; Original story adapted for the screen by Daniel Knight; Produced by Ahren Morris

Troll Bridge is a live-action / hand animated hybrid, lovingly crafted from the Discworld fairy-tale by Sir Terry Pratchett.

Cohen the Barbarian was angry. Angry that he never died in battle, angry that the world had forgotten him, and angry that his knees were starting to play up in the cold.

He was also angry that his faithful mount had been gifted the ability of magical speech. The horse was insisting that they had made a wrong turn back at Slice. He was also angry that the horse was probably right. This was not how it was supposed to end for the barbarian. This was not how the Discworld’s greatest hero imagined it at all.

16 minutes