directed by Chell Stephen
produced by Think/Feel and Wildling Pictures
An isolated, imaginative, perfectionist exacts ill-conceived revenge on all liars of the world via the one target she has access to: a classmate sharing her name.
Director/Writer: Chell Stephen
Produced by Think/Feel
Cursed with a real crumby attitude and a boring-ass hometown, 17-year-old Crystal relies on her passion for dance to escape the mundane life of rural Ontario and pursue her outsized dream of being a pop superstar.
World Premiere - SXSW 2014
Official Selection - Atlanta Film Festival 2014
Official Selection - Nashville Film Festival 2014
Official Selection - Bluestocking Film Series 2014
Official Selection - Kah Bang Film Festival 2014
Official Selection - HollyShorts Film Festival 2014
Official Selection - Skyline Indie Film Festival 2014
Official Selection - Toronto Independent Film Festival 2014
Online Premiere - Film Shortage
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Director/Writer: Joshua Sanchez
On a hot 4th of July night, sparks fly between four people as they test the limits and possibilities of their own freedom.
“Lenser Gregg Conde is alert to the many different degrees of shadow that play across the characters’ faces throughout, and Sanchez does well to frame their surroundings as a desolate, nearly uninhabited expanse, as indeed it must seem to them in their moments of crisis.” –Variety
"Cinematographer Gregg Conde shoots these characters’ struggles with an unsteady handheld camera, and Sanchez usually frames them in close-ups or medium shots. These visual choices wind up emphasizing the dialogue and performances once again, although the final few minutes make lovely deployment of the images and sounds of fireworks."–L Magazine
Best Performance, Narrative - Los Angeles Film Festival 2012
Best Narrative Film - Urbanworld Film Festival 2012
Honorable Mention, Narrative Feature - New Orleans Film Festival 2012
Best Male Lead, Nominee - Film Independent Spirit Awards
Director/Writer: Ana Lazarevic
In the lush and weedy Serbian countryside, a first-time human trafficker comes face to face with the boy he is smuggling.
Official Selection - New York Film Festival 2011
Faculty and Student Selects - Columbia University Film Festival 2011
Regional Semifinalist - Student Academy Awards 2012
Golden Hugo Nominee, Best Short - Chicago International Film Festival 2012
Jury Grand Prize - Martha's Vineyard Film Festival 2012
Audience Choice, Best Student Film Finalist - Williamsburg International Film Festival 2012
Director/Writer: Min Ding
Sara, a small-town teenage girl with a dead-end existence who finds short-lived hope when she falls in love with the new pastor's luminous daughter.
Faculty Honors and Student Selects - Columbia University Film Festival 2014
Official Selection - LA Shorts Fest 2014
Official Selection, Semifinalist - NBCUniversal’s 9th Annual Short Film Festival
Official Selection - San Diego Asian American Film Festival 2014
Official Selection - Lone Star Film Festival 2014
Winner, Best College Short Film - Cinequest 2015
Director/Writer: Valerie Bischoff
Everything changes for Diamond, the fallen star of a Nevada brothel, after a unique encounter with a young veteran.
Best Cinematography - Columbia University Film Festival 2010
Adrienne Shelly Award, Best Female Director - Columbia University Film Festival 2010
Faculty Selects - Columbia University Film Festival 2010
Silver Ace Award, Jury Prize - Las Vegas Film Festival 2010
Best Short - Nevada Film Festival 2010