The movies have different approaches in the matter of acting, but both accomplish their main purpose, whether it is to create a comical atmosphere or a dramatic one.
The ultimate story of betrayal. Sidney has dug himself into a predicament that he might not be able to escape. An ode to the Film Noir genre, this is “Midnight Blue”.
Directed by Trey Squire (USA)
Three masked intruders break into a Woman’s home to retrieve an item from her safe. But what they get is much more than they bargained for.
Directed by Tim Earnheart (USA)
A Pakistani young man and a young Catholic woman meet by chance after the events of 9/11, but their chance for a relationship is tested by the prejudices of the times.
Directed by Henry Murray (USA)
After a drunken night out, a student gets stuck in a large kitchen freezer. He has to find a way out, or face a slow, cold death.
Written by Martin Keady (UK)
The morning after a blind date that turned hook up.
Directed by Chad Meisenheimer (USA)
Marlow is the new kid in school and finds it hard to be recognized, especially with popular bullies around. As we all know, the only one way to beat a villain is to become a superhero!
Directed by Mohamad AlYamani (USA)
A young woman enters the narrow streets of an old town. There she meets a signpost with a headless crow on it and follows the direction arrow.
Directed by Pete Berger (Switzerland)
A mesmerizing journey through the reactment of 9 famous paintings featuring women.
Directed by Cassandre Émanuel (Canada)
A young man lives a dream where is trapped and looks for help by going to a psychoanalyst to investigate his mind. The dreams, however, are chosen by a doctor where the people often stop by.
Directed by Franco Lucchetti and Mauro Villani (Italy)