Maybe all this happened to me, the meaning of my life is to help all people coming from behind me to be able to do something as human as dying, but to die without suffering.
Every crooked lateral incisor or overzealous premolar tells a story, and Teeth is short film exploring the relationship we have with these dental companions and how they impact our lives. Based around the story of my own troublesome teeth, the film is about more than just my little enamel tormentors. It explores our need to conform and our obsession with appearance in this age of the selfie, and questions how far should we go to look normal?
War permeates the country and mass arrests take place across the city whilst the poet’s home is broken, his name ticked off the list never to return again – a casualty of the Armenian Genocide. A historical drama focusing on the damages of war – both physical and emotional.
Jab Jab is a portrait of Grenada’s annual J’ouvert festival. Every year, thousands of Grenadians congregate in the middle of the night to ‘play Jab,’ covered head-to-toe in motor oil as a powerful symbol of remembrance, celebration and defiance.
A young woman meets with her best friend in a local diner to tell him about the fantasy she recently accomplished. But when a mysterious man enters, she is struck by a feeling of deja vu. Everything around her starts to resemble a nightmare she has had.
When Andrew comes home from a weekend away and finds a single rose petal in his bed, he becomes convinced that his girlfriend has cheated on him.
A political satire inspired by the true-life events of the Dakota Access Pipeline construction. Bravely challenging its viewer from the perspective of both First Nations and Caucasian cultures, the film presents a unique point of view in its statement, and a voice of accountability to the Indigenous people of North America.
Carl’s family are completely unaware of their son’s relationship with Denis. However, during a family Christmas dinner, a psychological cat and mouse duel takes place between Denis and Ruby, the six-year-old spoiled rotten niece of Carl
Isolated in a secluded country house, Simon challenges his mother’s authority and confronts the norms. His behavior rubs off on his younger brother Colin, a sensitive boy longing for a father figure. To keep Simon from running away, Colin orchestrates a perilous plan.
Rosa’s father escapes from a nursing home and comes back to his former house. He hides a secret, and he’s not coming alone.