01 - #PrincessProblemsOverly positive and well-meaning princess must win over practical writer doing a story on female role models.Watch
02 - 1805 A Butterfly DriveWhat's really happening at 1805 A Butterfly Drive? A mother and her daughter, a mystery, wild emotions.Watch
03 - MétèqueA successful young banker living in the UK is confronted with a crisis when her visa gets revoked.Watch
04 - ObdurateOn the happiest day of her life, woman needs to decide if she will takes steps to avoid the worst day of her life.Watch
05 - Send Me WingsWoman inherits a church in her hometown, returns to sell it, and discovers a sick boy staying there.Watch
06 - The ProgramTeen drove, texted and killed and is sentenced to live with a family that had lost their son in the same manner.Watch
07 - Tristan and IsaacPoetic short capturing the sacred quality of 2 people in love whilst exploring trends of our modern digital age.Watch
08 - We Don't EatFamily dinner dissolves into madness when mother insists that she and siblings pick their father up from work.Watch
09 - Q&AWatch
Synopsis: A collection of Short Films
#PrincessProblems – (0:18:43)
Directed by Maritza Gomez
In the strenuous world of children’s party entertainment, an overly positive and well-meaning “princess” must win over a practical writer who is doing a story on female role models.
1805 A Butterfly Drive – (0:11:10)
Directed by Renée Beaulieu
What’s really happening at 1805 A Butterfly Drive? A mother and her daughter, a mystery, wild emotions…
Métèque – (0:28:03)
Directed by Lauren Blackwell
A successful young banker living in the UK is confronted with a crisis when her visa gets revoked.
Based on a true story, Métèque follows the life a young, hard-working woman, whose security, comfort and trust in her reality is stripped away from her and she is faced with the questions of “Where do I belong now”? Following themes of displacement, she grapples with her identity in a society that no longer wants her, amongst a group of shifting friends who struggle to understand her experiences and her undeniable desire for a love that she needs but is unable to ask for.
Obdurate – (0:09:04)
Directed by Jim Morrison IV
Written by Cynthia Crofoot
On the happiest day of her life, a woman needs to decide if she will takes steps to avoid the worst day of her life.
Send Me Wings – (0:14:33)
Directed by Lance McDaniel
Written by Rachel Canbnon, Melissa Scaramucci, Lance McDaniel
Send Me Wings tells the story of a woman who inherits a church in her hometown, returns to sell it, and discovers a sick boy staying there, forcing her to confront her past and her purpose.
The Program – (0:17:00)
Directed by Autumn Morgan
A teen drove, texted and killed and is sentenced to live with a family that had lost their son in the same manner.
Tristan and Isaac – (0:13:00)
Directed by Michaela Myers
After a happenstance meeting, Tristan and Isaac develop a seemingly impermeable romance. But when reality becomes unavoidable, all truths must be faced. Loosely inspired by the classic love story “Tristan and Isolde,” our poetic short intends to capture the sacred quality of two people in love, whilst exploring the distracting and sometimes dangerous trends of our modern digital age.
We Don’t Eat – (0:09:05)
Directed by Adriana Pettinga
Set in the 1970s, a family dinner dissolves into madness when a young girls mother insists that she and her siblings leave the table to pick their father up from work.
Jim Morrison IV