Dragon Warriors


Written/Directed by Maclain Nelson, Stephen Shimek; Produced by Jake Sorenson, David Wulf, Kristi Shimek, Steve Shimek, and Maclain Nelson

Love Conquers All… Except Dragons.
When the powerful wizard Lord Tensley (James Marsters) is spurned by the beautiful and compassionate Lady Ennogard (Kaitlin Doubleday), he releases a powerful dragon to seek out and destroy anyone who shows love or affection. Two estranged brothers must put aside their differences to battle the wizard and his dragon, and bring love to the kingdom once again. With Luke Perry

113 minutes



Written by Brett Goldstein, Will Bridges, Jon Drever; Directed by Jon Drever; Produced by Jon Drever, Wayne Marc Godfrey, Robert Jones

In 2008, Robert Kenner, a mild-mannered postman from Peckham, South London was struck by a meteor which bestowed him with super powers. Today, Bob is an overworked under-appreciated “civil servant” for the British government. He spends most waking hours saving people and filling out forms. He has no time for anything else. Least of all love. But today he has a day off. And best of all, he has a date with June from the library. Now all he has to do is act as if this isn’t the most exciting day of his life. Apparently that puts people off. Starring: Brett Goldstein, Catherine Tate, Natalia Tena, Laura Haddock.

83 minutes

Vintage Tomorrows


Directed/Produced by Byrd McDonald

“Steampunk” started as a sub-genre of science fiction typified by a fascination with steam-powered machinery and alternative histories, with stories frequently set in Victorian England. Today, Steampunk has grown into an aesthetic movement all its own, with influence in art, fashion, design and music. Vintage Tomorrows examines the subculture via interviews with the writers and artists credited with galvanizing the movement, and the cultural historians and social scientists investigating the phenomenon. The documentary analyzes the spike in Steampunk cultural activity and poses the question: What can Steampunk tell us about history, humanity and our complicated relationship with technology?

67 minutes

Writer’s Cramp


Written/Directed/Produced by Darva D. Campbell

Amy and Scott, an overly imaginative and husband and wife pair of would-be-writers, are living on the waning generosity of their wealthy parents. When they are cut off, they stumble on a desperate scheme to collect their inheritance early. As they toggle between colorful fantasies and hopeful delusions, their nephew, a brilliant kid with Asperger’s Syndrome, discovers their plan and shares it with his sister. The ineptitude of the adults is no match for the covert operations and fancy gadgetry of the kids.

105 minutes