• Pixels

      “Pixels” portrays the disintegration of a relationship. When the distance between the couple seems hopeless, facing it will be the only option.     Pixels Film Review

    Jul 17, 2015
    Spain 11 Minutes Jordi Núñez Navarro
  • Good morning, Sunshine!

      Leonor has an unusual job: waking people up. ‘Good morning, Sunshine!’ is a company that helps people dealing with the hardships of waking up and facing another day full of problems and adversities.   Good morning, Sunshine! from […]

    Jul 17, 2015
    Portugal 17 Minutes Joao Lourenco
  • Release

      Just a brief comment on the world in its hostage situation of intolerance, indifference and selfishness that reigns in rotten minds of nations.  

    Jul 17, 2015
    Brazil 2 Minutes Heberton Santos
  • Days Without Accident

      Two scientists find that saving the planet is a surprisingly dull occupation.  

    Jul 17, 2015
    United States 2 Minutes Theresa Latzko

       A girl repeats a ritual to the point where she turns her tales of the sea into reality, but what does reality entail. Since 1994 her family have shared the ritual of going to their caravan in Wales. […]

    Jul 17, 2015
    United Kingdom 8 Minutes Daisy Moore
  • Prison at Home*

      In a near future where citizens are able to host a prisoner at their home in return for a stipend, a young father tries to save his crumbling marriage by applying to this new experiment but he starts […]

    Jul 16, 2015
    France 19 Minutes Sébastien Bellaval
  • Devotion**

      As the anniversary of their child’s death approaches, a couple must try to find a way to forgive, and start over.   **No video file available for now. Devotion Film Review

    Jul 16, 2015
    United Kingdom 12 Minutes Dan Horrigan
  • Stereotype*

      A bullied teenage boy journeys into the night wanting to avenge his brothers death, only to find himself locked in a moral dilemma that will change his life forever.   *Only a teaser is available for now.

    Jul 16, 2015
    United Kingdom 10 Minutes Jordan McGibney
  • Innocent

      Everyday we pass homeless people crying out for our help and yet most of us do nothing. We tell ourselves they must somehow deserve their situation just to avoid feeling guilty for ignoring them.  

    Jul 16, 2015
    United Kingdom 6 Minutes Ben Ducker
  • SportsGuy98

      Must be under 15 years of age to join this chat room.  

    Jul 15, 2015
    United States 4 Minutes Brandon McCane, Hunter Saylor
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