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Synopsis: A collection of short films.

A Crack in the Door – (0:15:32)

Directed by David S. Hogan, Tony Tibbetts

Written by Yvonne Williams

Determined to keep herself shut away from the world, a lonely widow is challenged to confront her connection to others when an innocent neighbor intrudes.

acceptance – (0:17:07)

Directed by Leeron Revah

When you think it’s the end of everything, it’s really only the beginning.

Sa’ar, a crisis management consultant, is working through her own personal crisis. She journeys through the five stages of grief as she reconciles with the death of her marriage. From the high hills of Jerusalem to the depths of the Dead Sea, Saar struggles to accept her own transformation.

Fulfillment – (0:13:00)

Directed by Marisa Coughlan

Fulfillment follows two characters, each struggling with loneliness and isolation in their own way, who work together at a fulfillment center. The film offers a look at the real need for love, friendship and meaningful connection in a world that is becoming increasingly isolated. In scary times like these, my hope is to offer audiences some joy and hope with a story that shows the undeniable value of true human connection.

Midnight – (0:14:33)

Directed by Tony Lugo

Wriiten by Jaime Saginor

Reeling in grief over her brother’s death, Dara enlists the help of her brother’s problematic ex-girlfriend on a quest for revenge. As they descend into the underbelly of the drug world, Dara quickly realizes she’s in over her head.

Social. (0:04:46)

Directed by Charlotte McLaverty

A teenager is missing out on life because she is always on her phone. She is constantly distracted by her phone is not aware of life going on around her and ends up paying the ultimate price.

The Kick-Off – (0:11:11)

Directed by Abby Victor

Lola, a 16-year-old star soccer player, must stay with her estranged father in order to visit prospective colleges or risk her chance of pursuing a college education. Will keeping her guard up stop her from reaching her goal?

Veteran Children: When Parents Go To War – (0:28:55)

Directed by Susan Hackley

Veteran Children: When Parents Go To War is a half-hour documentary film that focuses on the impact of war on America’s military families, especially children. Our nation has been at war for nearly 18 years, yet few people know that more than two million military children have a mom or dad, or both, who has deployed to Iraq, Afghanistan or Syria. While many films broadly describe the costs of war, this film uniquely highlights the voices of children who speak candidly about their own experiences. They tell us about their loneliness, fears, struggles, and sacrifices as well as how they cope and demonstrate remarkable strengths.

Yellow Girl and Me – (0:19:18)

Directed by Isabella Issa

Set in the Jamaican countryside, a young child named Nicole waits for her sister, Yellow Girl, to teach her how to swim. Like the water, Nicole does not resist, she flows, and nothing can stand in her way. Circumstances escalate when Yellow Girl breaks her promise and Nicole realizes that she is next in line for a lifestyle of sexual abuse. Nicole is forced to decide how far she will go in order to protect herself and her sister.

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