A Dream of Flying

starring: Dree Hemingway, Aaron Tveit, Kathleen Chalfant, and Richard Bekins

written by Neil Gaiman


starring: Rick Gomez, Joshua Gomez, Mekenna Melvin, Mercedes Masohn

Olive Juice
starring: Lexy Hulme and Andrew Pastides
Written and Directed by Celia Rowlson-Hall


Youth | 2011 | Dir. Tommy Petroni | Length: 4:03

The final image of four months worth of video that were filtered into four magical minutes of teenage nostalgia. An anthemic tribute to our youth and the moments of which we were young and alive.

Watch it [HERE]


Lie Down and Die | 2011 | dir. Kyle Sanderson | Length: 6:41

A tilt towards the sky leaves us with the final image of Lie Down and Die. But don’t be dissuaded, it’s a melancholy narration but full of quirky Wes Anderson-style imagery with an encouraging story about finding peace in tragedy and ill fate. 

Watch it [Here]


What happens when you have a bad job and worse boyfriend? A young woman is an artist forced to get an office job—and to wrangle her wayward boyfriend, a musician with a very bad attitude.

How To Keep Your Day Job is another short film (based on a short story by Rebecca Rosenblum) we saw and loved at this year’s Toronto International Short Film Festival. A lighthearted instructional comedy (until it’s not) that captures the soul-sucking grind of the nine-to-five office job and the darker side of a domestic relationship that has lost its spark. 

You can watch the entire short on youtube or just click play above. 

Eu Nao Quero Voltar Sozinho (I Don’t Want to Go Back Alone)

starring: Ghilherme Lobo, Tess Amorim, and Fabio Audi

In Portugese with English subtitles