A FEAST THAT NEVER COMES
Composer: Ex-Fiancée (Sven Britt)
Director: Maria Juranic
Choreographer: Chris Masters
Performers: John Raffles Durbin, Kayla Farrish, Nico Li, Paul Vickers
1st AC: Phoenixx Flix and Anouk Stiegler
Gaffer: Kevin Yankou
Editor: Lauren Josephine, Maria Juranic, Sven Britt
Colorist: Marika Litz
Field Coordinator: Assia Fratz
Producer: Rachel Morgan, Maria Juranic, Sven Britt
Four characters inhabit cycles within cycles of contentment, discontentment, inertia, movement, desire, and betrayal. A story emerges—told through the marriage of music (Ex-Fiancée) and dance (ChrisMastersDance)—functioning as a set of nesting dolls, inviting you to uncover as many layers as you wish.
ANDY AND KALIOPE
Director: Crystal Arnette, Catriona Rubenis-Stevens
Writer: Rachel Handler
Producer: Rachel Handler, Shannon Ryan
Key Cast: Rachel Handler, Colin Buckingham, Dipti Mehta, Jai Ram Srinivasan
Director Of Photography: Daniel Cho
Editor: Crystal Arnette
Sound Mixer: Ash Knowlton
When Andy must move to yet another foster home, his case worker helps him connect to his inner superhero.
Director: Dan Osborn
Key Cast: Andre Shacar, (Producer, Lead Actor)
A young man discovers a sketchbook in a run-down bookstore which can bring anything he draws onto a page into real life. As he seeks an escape from the mundane day-to-day grind and urban lifestyle, he does not realize the cost of this choice before it's too late.
THE BUDDHA ON CONCRETE
Director: Phil Englander
Key Cast: Carlos Centeno
Writer: Phil Englander
Producer: Phil Englander
This is a documentary on the game of one wall handball, a sport that had its origins on the beaches of South Brooklyn. It features the Buddha Big Blue Memorial Tournament played annually at Coney Island, Brooklyn.
Produced By: Chase Markoff
Starring: Chase Markoff, Olivia Knowles
Director Of Photograpy: Clint Pang
Assistant Director: Beni Gottesman
Assistant Camera: Roxanne Kassapidis
Art Director: Sully WIlliams
Gaffer: Evan Miller
Boom Operator: Charlie Pingel
Editing By: Beni Gottesman Shrevy
Original Music By: Ginger Taylor
Written By: Chase Markoff
Directed By: Hina Effie Ogino
HAVE YOU CHECKED THE CHILDREN?
Director, Writer, Editor, DP: Joseph Maddalone
Cast: Isabella Rese, John Ness, Kenney Myers, Sebastian Wyczawski, Crystal Cohen
Sound: John Ness
Gaffer: Giancarlo Estrada
Score: Danny Ayala
A teenage girl gets a babysitting job. While she's watching T.V. in the living room she
gets a phone call from an unknown man saying, "Have you checked the children?" and hangs up. When it keeps happening, she gets scared and calls the police who agree to trace the call if he calls back. He does call her back and after the conversation, the police call back and tell her that the calls are coming from inside the house and that he was calling her after he murdered the children upstairs.
POETRY NEW YORK
Director: Patrick Pfister
Cast - The New York Poets: Kyle Dacuyan, Rachel Levitsky, Lana C. Marilyn, Sarah Riggs, Christine Sloan Stoddard, Tod Thilleman, Anne Waldman, Lewis Warsh, Jared White, Matvei Yankelevich
Producer: Patrick Pfister
Cinematography: Joseph Pfister
Screenplay: Jeff Palmer
Editor: Alex Barrera
Music Composed & Arranged By: Carles Robert
Music Supervisor: Gabrielle Deakin
Post Production Chief & Colorist: Alex Barrera
Sound Mixed & Mastered By: Grau Bardulet
Renowned poet Anne Waldman calls New York City "the toughest place in the world." It's a hard place to be a poet, that's for sure, but harder yet to be a poet and a publisher at the same time.
PRATT IN THE HAT
Director: Susan Hillary
Writer: Susan Hillary
Producer: Suzanne Mitchell
Key Cast: Frances Pratt
Beneath the brims of hundreds of colorful hats is a woman who shares her wisdom, humor, and personal experiences about being black in America, then and now. Frances Pratt’s hats make a bold statement as does her southern charm and pithy expressions which she garnered through a lifetime of service to her community fighting for racial equality, voting rights and education.
Cast: Kelsie Mia Tamblyn, Joshua R Pangborn
Producer, Writer, Director, Editor: John Piazza
Assistant Director: Eddie Cutrone
Production Design: Caroline Piazza
Production Assistance: John Harrington
Composer: James Naigus
When her dog is struck by a speeding car in front of her home, Susan petitions the town board for a stop sign. Believing the speed management device to be an unnecessary intrusion, her neighbors lash out as neighborhood dissension grows.
Director, Writer, Producer, : Brian Mihok
Key Cast: Joelle Montoya, J. Brian, Rivera Reese, Laura Desmond, Ellen Boscov, Marcus R. Smith, Darlene Joiner, Nick Carlascio
Production Crew: Shawn Donovan, Lauren Donovan, Julian Garcia, Jared Garcia, Zack Carlascio
A young woman struggles to find her own way in life while helping a neighborhood friend retrieve something of value. But in a community of debt and broken dreams, possessing anything of value complicates the lives of anyone in its orbit.
THE RAIN HAS PASSED
Director, Writer: Marina Edwards
Producer: Jon M. Edwards
Excutive Producer: Jon M. Edwards, Marina Edwards, Jody D. Armour
Director Of Photography, Editor: Salvatore Sclafani
Music By: Dario Forzato
Production Designer: Zonya Paco
Brad, a famous artist, grieves the loss of his wife after a tragic accident. He blames himself wishing for only one thing: to have 5 more minutes to say how much he loved her. A stranger shows up who gives Brad a chance to look at his life from different angle.
THROUGH THE TREES
Director: Glen Covell
Writer: Glen Covell, Julia Barrett-Mitchell
Producer: Glen Covell, Steve Morey
Key Cast: Maria Wood
Director Of Photography: Karli Kopp
Composer: Julian Briones
A hiker looking to spend a peaceful and rejuvenating day in the wilderness begins finding strange objects and soon realizes that she may not be as alone in the forest as she thought.
WINNSBORO CENTER FOR THE ARTS - TWENTY YEARS IN THE MAKING
Director: Tiffany Tillema
Producer: Tiffany Tillema, 4T Studios
Assistant Director: Kathleen Tillema
Writers: Tiffany Tillema, Mary White
Cinematographer: Tiffany Tillema
Music: Adler & Hearne, Humans Win /storyblocks
Key Grip: Myrium Pulido
Drone Operator: Dave Nelms
Narrator: Scott Azure
Interviews: Adler & Hearne, Tracy Hopkins, Georgia L. Moore, Al Moore, Mary White
Winnsboro Center for the Arts is located in downtown Winnsboro, Texas, about 100 miles East of Dallas. It has a rich artistic heritage that has been here all along but got its push in 2001 with the introduction of an art center. Many volunteers later, it is thriving, and this is the story.
Writer: Patrick Heaphy, Lennon Nersesian
Cast: Hedley Harlan, C. Boyd Motley, Gyana Mella
What begins as a seemingly normal day for High School teacher Robyn Delaney would dramatically shift from contemplating a date with a new colleague, to facing the consequences of doing the right thing when none of the choices are black or white. Lockdown presents a situation that no one would ever want to find themselves in. From the Columbine , Sandy Hook and Parkland school shooting to El Paso and Dayton, the trauma of these crimes run far deeper in their communities than just the friends and family of the victims.