Interview With Marilyn

Latin actress Marilyn Moreno is interviewed by Talkshow host Deborah Domartin about her latest film, which came to a stop when the director mysteriously vanished. Deborah won’t let her guest star off the hook on this.

Directed by Agatino Zurría (USA)

Last Tonight

My true story romantic dramedy of a guy and girl returning to the dating social scene after bad breakup of a long relationship. With encouraging close friends and hidden signs that point them to a moment that can last forever….if they let it.
Directed by Kevin Williams (USA)

How to Bend Concrete in 108 Easy Steps

Engineering meets art as we follow a designer in his efforts to bend concrete into beautiful furniture. Underneath the documenting of the physical process of manifesting the sculpture, we also document the ethos and mental process of ideation, discovery, and presentation — capturing what all content creators struggle with on every project.
Directed by Mahesh Madhav (USA)


Lena embarks on her new job as a “Roger,” a service application that provides its clients with a domestic assistant with which they never directly communicate. Unsettled by her new role, Lena strives to build a relationship with her employer through unexpected means.
Directed by Reuben Hamlyn (UK)


An orphan boy meets a lonely man. Each of them, on the example of the other, makes life-changing conclusions for themselves. The film raises the problem of loneliness, bullying, child abuse, parents and children, self-treatment of depression.
Directed by Dana Lenets (Ukraine)

Happy Thanksgiving

An adopted girl has an identity issue with her different culture adoptive family. One day, the adoptive mom makes a change to helps her overcome this issue. Thus, fixed their relationship.
Directed by Shihan Lu (USA)

For the Greater Good

When three people are introduced to The Better Earth Program, they learn that one of them must make the ultimate sacrifice.
Directed by Michael Gavino (USA)

Do You Understand?

A switch from our world into the world of two handicapped patients, who are debating whether or not to live.
Directed by Kurt Eberle (Switzerland)


Upon writing a letter to a lover, a young woman describes the new direction she has taken in life.
Directed by Kila Price (Canada)