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  • Daisy's Final Goodbye

    A multiple Award Winning Animated Short. "Daisy's Final Goodbye" is an evocative animated tale based on a true story. It chronicles the heart-wrenching journey of Steven, a PTSD-afflicted veteran, as he grapples with the profound loss of his devoted service dog, Daisy. The weight of this farewell...


  • Breaking the stigma: ADHD in African Americans

    This documentary aims to educate and inform the public more about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and how this neurodevelopmental disorder impacts the lives of people with it way more than you may have originally thought. It affects basically all aspects of their lives in one way ...

  • Depression Among Black and Minority College Students

    This documentary is about depression among minorities and black college students and young adults and how they suffer and deal with depression in silence. They don’t think they can talk with anyone about what they’re going through or go to therapy because of the stigmas attached to it in those co...

  • Getting Over Him In 8 Songs Or Less

  • Remember That?

    A group of friends show concern when another friend goes AWOL after some bizarre text messages. Through a string of video calls, a friendship that had waned begins to show the embers of something more meaningful.

    A short film made during 2020 lockdown, with actors filming themselves at home on s...

  • Nikki

    Have you ever eavesdropped on a couple having a fight? Then maybe followed them for a few blocks and wanted to cheer up the looser? As Nikki finds out in this short for Cartoon network, this is not a great idea.

  • Private Eye Princess

    As a lover of all things noir this short is a my comedic take on sleuthing genre with a female main character.

  • Bromance

    Sometimes a friendship can crack under the most banal strain. Two burly men deal with such a loss in their own way - with a lot of strangely tender violence.

    Guided by a mysterious mentor, they finally reunite for one final round.

  • A Crack in the Universe

    For the last several decades, Hope Center for the Arts has been cultivating a niche corner of Anaheim's musical and visual arts scene by giving the city's intellectually disabled community a place to express themselves through the arts.

    In loving memory of Cathy Acton, who passed away shortly a...

  • Kanarí

    Vala and Benni are on the road and struggle to find a mutual purpose in their new destination.

    A Columbia University Thesis film
    Produced in partial fulfilment of the MFA degree in Film at Columbia University School of the Arts.

  • They Don't Come In Peace

    As two brothers watch a news cast about extra terrestrial beings, the older brother uses the opportunity to make an analogy about their world being invaded by unwelcome visitors.

  • The Heart Still Hums

    A documentary short following five women as they fight for their children through the cycle of homelessness, drug addictions and neglect from their own parents. Unique, yet undoubtedly familiar to many; a story about fear, sacrifice and the unconditional love between a mother and her children. #S...

  • A Woman's Place

    Directed by Academy Award-winner Rayka Zehtabchi, A Woman's Place is a short documentary that captures the stories of three chefs, their careers, and their shared experience as women in the culinary industry facing and overcoming institutionalized sexism. As each address the bias and harassment t...

  • Why Mosquitoes Don't Smile Much

  • Marathon Girl

    Hannah Lynn Crane embarks on a journey to achieve a lifelong dream: run a marathon.

  • The Litas

    This is a film about Gevin Fax, the oldest member of the women motorcycle collective, The Litas. Growing up in Los Angeles as an African American lesbian in the 1960s, Gevin found that the world wasn’t always forgiving. She started riding dirt bikes at the age of twelve which distanced her even f...

  • After The Apocalypse

    A woman and her husband trying to survive in a post-apocalyptic Trinidad and Tobago. A virus wipes out 78% of the world’s population and law and order have become a thing of the past.

  • Instant Stalker (Short Film)

    The moment a simple social media like turns into a deadly connection.

  • Power, Love, Karma (Short Film)

    A masculine police woman who is dealing with the love of her future, another masculine woman, only to be confronted by the karma of her past.

  • Call Waiting (Short Film)

    Call Waiting is a short film about suicide awareness and friendship. 2 best friends goes through a series of events and suffers in silence. Unknowingly, they rescue each other from suicide attempts and emotional hardship.
    "Could one call save a life?"