Directed by Greg Aronowitz; Written by Tory Ireland Mell; Produced by Kim Evey, Tory Ieland Mell
From Roddenberry Entertainment, the creators of Star Trek, comes White Room: 02B3, the story of six strangers who wake up in a room with no visible exit only to find that they are part of a bizarre experiment that could change the face of humanity.
This unique film follows Roddenberry’s tradition of breaking boundaries, shot as both a traditional movie as well as a one-of-a-kind 360 degree narrative.
Written/Directed/Produced by Stephen P. Sherwood
Danny is intrigued when he learns of a place where he can indulge his geekiest fantasies. Welcome to Nerdvana!
Written by R.K. Brooks, Trevor Garner; Directed by Keith Brooks; Produced by Anthony McHie, Keith Acton, Shawn Borsky, et al.
Marvel’s popular crimson assassin has been hired to take out a specific target. Kill the man, get the cash. The problem is, he’s not the only one on the job.
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Written by Jeff Meyers; Directed/Produced by Jeff Meyers, Keith Jefferies
Felix Graves is polite, pleasant, and personable. He works for his mother, takes pride in his work, and is dedicated to customer satisfaction. Oh, and he kills people for a living. But you couldn’t be killed by a nicer guy. During an assignment where things go wrong, Felix struggles to keep his cool—even as others lose theirs. Why can’t people understand that it isn’t personal?
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Written/Directed/Produced by Patrick Peacock
After killing her husband, Fred, in a failed attempt to collect on a hefty life insurance policy, Maggie Dedmon had trouble maintaining the lifestyle to which she and daughter Emma had grown accustomed. So, naturally, she had Fred re-animated and sent him back to work to earn a salary.
Now, Maggie has an insurance agent on his way to the Dedmon’s house to review and sign off on a new life insurance policy for the previously deceased Fred. And Maggie is ready to collect the benefit as soon as possible!
Written/Directed by Norman Tumolva; Produced by Innessa Ray, Jessica Walter
During the darkest period of his life, Stephen, a homeless man, stumbles upon a magic lamp. Unable to believe the mythical being standing before him, he makes a wish regardless of the warnings given. This starts a chain of sinister events that affect the lives of more people than he was led to believe.
Wish is a fantasy tale of magic and myth existing in everyday life that focuses on the theme of balance and what it takes to keep it no matter the cost.
Written by GB Hajim & Shelley Doty; Directed/Produced by GB Hajim
Parker, a saxophonist, leaves a comfortable life to play music in the dangerous Ganymede City. During a riot against slavery, debt slave, Naia, rescues Parker from one of the regime’s thugs. They fall fast in love and form a band. Naia is soon discovered by a talent agent, and Parker is tossed aside. What is every performer’s dream soon turns into a living Hell as Naia is enslaved again, this time by stardom. Parker must risk everything to rescue her.
An animated, sci-fi, lesbian, musical of debt slaves, spaceships, and saxophones.
The amazing cast includes Juliet Landau, Tim Curry, Claudia Black, Ron Glass, Tara Strong, Cree Summer, Alan Tudyk, Claudia Christian, Michael Dorn, and George Takei
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Written/Directed by Yfke van Berckelaer; Produced by Yfke van Berckelaer, Darren Herczeg
The last thing Damian and Pippa wanted was to fall in love. Yet when they first looked into each others’ eyes, love is exactly what happens—so much so that it makes them, and everyone else in the park, burst into song and dance.
This one-song, one-shot musical will make you want to fall Madly in Love!
Writer/Directed by Louis Mansfield; Produced by Christine McDermott
After the last glass of champagne is finished a young upper class couple departs from a wild night of partying on a roof top deck. While playfully flirting and speaking of innuendos, the angel of death, Azrael, stalks the couple in the shadows. The new beau mentions his sexual intentions for the night only to be disappointed by her response. Azrael speaks to them, manipulating their actions and words. Their conversation escalates into a furious argument as Azrael instigates, ultimately inciting a horrific act of violence. Only after fate runs its course can the will of God come into fruition.
Written/Produced/Directed by Lucas Cody Garcia
A young woman deals with her inner demons that aren’t just fantasy anymore. Inspired by writer/director Lucas Cody Garcia’s own past with crippling anxieties, it is a humorous yet horrifying tale about the struggle with irrational day-to-day fears. This process, along with his own experience in actual psychotherapy, became very cathartic for Lucas.
Directed by Rachel Morgan
Several days captured in a matter of seconds through an animation created from hundreds of photos.
Written/Directed/Produced by Wes Eastin
A spoof of MSNBC’s long running special program, To Catch a Predator. Chris Hansen might have finally met his match.
Directed by Sydney Raye Smith; Produced by Taylor Slingerland
Cliff, a butcher, is employed by a local seafood market that specializes in the sale of mermaid flesh. For a long time he has felt conflicted over the ethics of his job and of the way that he perceives these fantastical creatures to be. After his interaction with a chilly customer heightens this internal struggle, he must make a choice when the mermaid of his fantasies becomes a nightmarish reality.
Written/Directed/Produced by Raymond Carr
In a farm forgotten by time, Viola and Theodore are a couple of dust bowl farm kids who love to play circus. But their lives are flipped upside down when they are caught in an accident with Viola’s abusive father in a struggle. They decide to run away and join a ghostly circus that appears in a 1920’s style Speakeasy.
This new long-form narrative music video is based on the Song “Old Man Cabbage” by Atlanta’s own Ninja Puppet Productions Blair Crimmins and the Hookers and features the magnificent Imperial Opa Circus performers.
Written/Directed by Brendan Gabriel Murphy; Produced by Jeff Beard
Through a dream-like fantasy interpretation of dying, Viola experiences the powerful seduction of the Angel of Death. Her vulnerability causes her to cross over, taking her deeper into the darkness. But through pure strength and determination, her soul suddenly breaks free of Death’s grasp and continues to go on living. A surreal journey seen through Viola’s cold, white eyes.
Written/Directed by Brad Cannady; Produced by Brad Cannady, Josh Miller, Hunter Kallenbach, Steven Aleck
Two men find themselves trapped and on the run from a nightmarish creature.
Written/Directed by Caitlin Shirts
In this slapstick tragedy, handless creatures are given the opportunity to receive hands. When two of the creatures cheat the system to increase their odds of getting good pairs, the others try to stop them.
Written by Józef Ignacy Kraszewski (original material); Directed/Produced by Basia Goszczynska
Two soul mates fight their fears of death and loneliness in this short dark comedy based on the Polish fable by Józef Ignacy Kraszewski.
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Written by Ryan Murphy; Directed by Kevin McTurk; Produced by Heather Henson
Victor Karloch receives a journal from a colleague who is involved in a salvage operation for a series of missing sea freighters in the North Sea. In this journal, Karloch’s friend describes his descent into the abysmal deep with the use of a diving bell and his encounters with the ghosts of a lost Templar Knights ship.
The Narrative of Victor Karloch is a Victorian ghost story puppet short film that utilizes 30′ tall rod puppets, traditional shadow puppetry, rotoscope, and rear projection to present the adventure of Victor Karloch, an alchemist, scholar, and ghost hunter, as he battles the supernatural forces of the Unknown.
Directed by Tyson Persall; Produced by Cary Martin, Tyson Persall
Life Life in in Space Space is a concept TV show/short film that is about fanciful characters in space working together and getting along despite radical differences. It centers on the themes of tolerance and “don’t judge a book by its cover.” Some people have said, “It’s like Space Balls for the 90’s.” The truth is, political correctness on a space ship—an isolated place—is probably a horrible idea in all practicality.