Cast: Elizabeth Scopel, Maddie Small, Declan Eells
The day starts off with a challenge for Ashlie: Have sex with Vincent as dared by best friend Rachel. After all, Rachel is going to with Nathan. The four small-town teens go to the county fair and stumble across the freak show. Body modification meets gender variance meets artistry. Ashlie's finite concerns begin to shift and, by the time she wins the hardest game at the fair, the Wacky Wire, Ashlie realizes something even deeper about herself.
USA / Comedy / 9mins
Director: Cooper Haskell
Writer: Cooper Haskell
A procrastinating writer sleeps his life away on the New York City Subway.
A film about fathers and sons and the expectations they put on themselves and each other. Richie has to pick his dad Gerry up from the dentist's at high rush hour. They don't talk a lot, but tonight they'll have to.
Guided By Voices
USA / Drama / 13mins
Director: Danny Oakden
Producer: Danny Oakden, Joe Tribble, James Halpin
Writer: Maria Knox
Cast: Gabriel Sedgemore, Josh Rhett Noble, Maria Knox
Vivian and Carter are soulmates living their best lives in New York. They have creative jobs, great friends, and a couple of thoughtful spirit guides. The only thing missing is love in a fulfilling relationship with each other, if only their spirit guides could get them to meet.
Coffee and a Donut
USA / Comedy / 12mins
Director: Cary Patrick Martin
Producer: Cary Patrick Martin, Laura Durkay, Jun Chen
Writer: Cary Patrick Martin
Cast: Memo, Deirdre MacNamara, Rocío Mendez
A story of a young immigrant who knows no English, and his trials in....ordering breakfast at the local diner.
The Short Goodbye
USA / Drama / 10mins
Director: Kate Eminger
Producer: Jackie Heltz, Janne Ebel
Writer: Alex Kveton
Director of Photography: Janne Ebel
Cast: Michael Axtell, Joe Dunn, Ashley Underwood, Jake McCready, Ellie MacPherson, Kayla Berghoff
In the midst of a crippling state of writer’s block, film noir-obsessed Trevor gets a text message from his girlfriend: “It’s over. I’m sorry.” The shock sends him spiraling into his own noir fantasy where he must get to the bottom of this mysterious message. But while in his mind he suavely navigates bartenders, gossip columnists, boxers, and risque photographers, in reality, his real problem is that he cannot see what a mess he is.