A mother unwittingly teaches her daughter to hate her natural hair. The daughter decides to take their nighttime hair routine into her own hands.
Popo (pronounced po-po’ah) means grandmother. This is a documentary about my grandmother.
Long distance relationships are hard, especially for the sun and the moon. Together, the two must learn how to navigate the physical gap between them in order to show how much they care for one another.
The Leep Foods Miniseries promotes the culture and mission of a local mushroom cultivator in Rochester, New York via social media. The series explores the many health and ecological benefits of growing gourmet, quality mushrooms.
Love and friendship are on display as we follow two bosom buddies around on a day off together. An intimate Millennial relationship study, Coffee Mugcelebrates the lazy days.
The origin of the Jackalope.
Creatures of the Mare is a radical film that explores your inner nightmares.
A stop motion animated short about a little girl in a field. The girl is scared of losing her toy cow and struggles to hold on to it as the winds change.
Two girls go on a walk together in the woods. There they learn there are a lot of uncertainties when tumbling into something new.
Margo & Ruthie are small-town church girls and best friends. Overachiever Margo is promoted to youth-group Student Leader, but… she might be a closeted atheist. Meanwhile, devout Ruthie tries to step out of Margo’s consuming shadow.
The experiences of two transgender women
A jewelry box ballerina ventures outside of her box. Upon her departure, she finds that not all is as she remembers.
Deep in a coal mine, the earth awakens. Will man learn to coexist, or will everything be destroyed.
Yvonne Hylton has been living with Parkinson’s Disease for 12 years. Take a walk in her shoes as she explores ideas about life, health, and the community that lifts her up.
A passionate demon in Hell pitches to her boss ideas about how their torture techniques can be improved. However, her boss is set in her ways of tradition. Through the magic of song and dance, they come to respect each other’s opposing points of view and learn to work as a team.