Two life-long friends sit together to have a much-needed conversation. Their friendly dialogue takes a turn when they address head-on the one thing they’ve never talked: one of them is a puppet.
While an eternal student will do anything to become famous on socials, his witty sister seems to think that her celebrity wannabe of a brother might be a topic better suited for her own documentary.
In a world without human beings, stray shopping carts search for purpose and companionship. This is a story about a cart, a scrap metal flower, and its search for a mate.
The seller decides to sell his three-wheeler, but when the buyer arrives, he quickly realizes the unit is destined for greater adventures.
Yuli and Pavel are failing police students in the big city. Liliya, their rich and imperious landlord is the first person, who take them seriously by forcing them to start a secret investigation. Her winning lottery ticket is missing and the suspects are all of the neighbors. When the boys start investigating they find that a bigger theft is in the making. Suddenly they receive another offer.
Pretty Metal is a dramedy about a rising female pop group who reinvent themselves as a heavy metal band to achieve stardom. The film explores the themes of redemption, control, and family.
A music video for the song "Roll It" by Handsome Jack where the band's touring van has broken down and they decide to give it one more ride, as they "roll it" to the junkyard.
Five next-door neighbors eavesdrop on pedestrians passing outside of their apartments. One morning, they overhear something that disrupts their daily routine.
U-Trip is the story of a day in the life of Berlin’s metro. Trains and stations become the meeting point of a vast array of characters drawn from the rich and tattered fabric of 21st century Berlin.
Michael is a recent graduate whose post college plan is derailed when his girlfriend leaves him for a job in New York City. When the bus service hires a security guard to watch over the night shift, Michael comes face to tattooed face with Pineapple, a 300-lb punk rock Samoan who challenges him with a kick in the ass to break from the loop and start living.
Exhausted with her busy life, Noelle, a publicist from LA, can’t face another holiday season with her overly happy family. She heads to Scotland to a quiet retreat at a manor tucked away from everything. When she checks into the manor, she quickly discovers that the kids who live there create magic, in concert with the house, creating a holiday she didn’t even know she needed.
A maladjusted dad (TIM KINSELLA) is trying to heal in an experimental therapy group called Infinite Beginnings. Meanwhile, his nonbinary kid (ALLEX JORDING) is getting close with an older man (CALEB CABRERA). Their relationship feels both dreamy and concerning—depending on whose watching.
An ultra conservative woman plans to break up with her boyfriend in order to keep their rent controlled apartment to herself. What could go wrong?
A comedy that deals with moral responsibility, false religiousness and gender dynamics.
A young couple walk a fine line while thriving in an open marriage until they catch each other breaking the rules.
Today is an important day for Zak, but everything is going horribly wrong. During his adventurous bus ride, Zak goes through a deeply personal metamorphosis.
Below the comedic surface lies a warning for all of us to not lose the importance of human connections. As Zak becomes more socially aware and appreciative of his diverse community, so do we.
As a birthday surprise, a young couple visit a psychic together.
Jimmy spends almost every night in his Palace of Isolation, studying his favorite superheroes. But tonight is different. He may have just cracked the storyline for the next big budget blockbuster.
Probably not, but you never know.
Regev forgets his wallet at the popcorn stand, but the popcorn vendor says a mysterious blonde took it and went into the movie.
Without a movie ticket, and with the ticket checker on his tracks, Regev must solve the mystery through the cinema's corridors.
In 1960s San Francisco, a once-promising catholic school girl, Celina Guerrera, sets out to rise above the oppression of poverty and invest in a future for herself that sets new precedents for the time.
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