Bust

BUST / U.S.A. (Director and Screenwriter: Angalis Field, Screenwriters: Angalis Field, Eliza Barry Callahan, Producer: Drake Burnette) — A trans cop with the New York City Police Department goes undercover to make a drug bust. Cast: Lux Pascal, Nicky DeMarie, Cole Doman.

The Passing

In the latest true-life portrait by the Austin team of Ivete Lucas and Patrick Xavier Bresnan, a veterinarian’s series of home visits culminates in a painful but very kind-hearted experience with a special patient. – Notes by Jason Anderson, TIFF  Programmer, Short Cuts. A New Yorker Release. Upcoming Screening Schedule North American Premiere: TIFF -(Shortcuts…

Sydney & Kim

SYDNEY & KIM is a film about the demise of a close friendship, exploring how sickness and debility transform what we hold most dear. “Equally motivated by Mumblecore filmmaking of the 1990s and the New Topographics landscape photography movement of the 1970s, Sydney & Kim theorizes SoCal “shitty heaven” as an allegory for the ubiquity…

We Might As Well Be Dead

It may only be a tower block on the edge of a forest, but you can tell by the look on the faces of the people hoping to join the building’s community that this must be one of the last bastions of civilization in a world that has fallen apart. Here, the goal is to…

Love Me Not

“Teeming with more big ideas in its short running time than some directors manage in their careers, maverick filmmaker Lluis Minarro’s Love Me Not manages, by virtue of being structured by the biblical story of Salome, to end up being not only challenging, but elegantly compact, too.” – Jonathan Holland, Hollywood Reporter A reverie on…

Don’t Look At Me

In an alternate-universe London where social outcasts, court jesters and raconteurs rule, a young outsider (JAXXON D. SILVA) wakes up on his birthday and greets his neighbors with a simple antisocial pickup line. Does the nameless punk really want to be ignored by the rogue’s gallery of fellow misanthropes or, does he just want to…

The Bugs and the Slugs

A human boy embarks on a journey of sexual discovery on an alien planet. When his forbidden romance with a troll is discovered, he must earn his place in the village or he will be roasted alive.

Letters to Paul Morrissey

Four celluloid love letters sent from different parts of the world to Velvet Underground agent, Warhol collaborator, and renaissance Factory man Paul Morrissey, director of Trash, Flesh and Heat.

Proprio

Fernando is a teenage boy living in the traditional countryside of São Paulo. With the insurmountable peer pressure to lose his virginity, he ends up engaging in a sexual encounter with an older man he met online. The hook up doesn’t go as expected.

Trilogy

A secret love letter whispered between women. “For those who have drifted away but once meant a great deal to me”. Trilogy is a film in three parts about love & loss permeating dream & memory.