NEWS & POSTS
‘Bakemono’ by Sumire Takamatsu and Jorge Lucas Reminds Us It’s Never a Good Idea to Feed the Evil Spirits
Sometimes when your child won’t eat, lightly terrorizing them with warnings of evil springtime bakemono spirits is the way to go. Unless your child sympathizes with the hungry bakemono and prays for a midnight visit. Then you just have to worry about how to get the demon out.
One out of two couples say they met online. Is that true? That’s the first of five suspicious statements in the opening scene of Phony, a movie that explores the nature of online dating and consent without asking for consent.
How disappointing is it to send a perfect email and immediately receive a “Delivery failed: return to sender” slip of automated disappointment airmailed back to your inbox? Now, find comfort knowing that inside your email, there’s an underappreciated, chain-smoking blue devil-like creature named Todd that has the tedious day job of sending your bounced messages back to you.
There’s a poetic beauty to having the free will to choose a healthy path for your life, then consciously recommitting to the one most likely to get you killed. This is the conflict facing the undercover DEA agent in Scott R. Sullivan’s new short pilot episode of Gravity, a tense and gritty journey into an underworld where the only way out is often greeting a bullet.
It’s 2089 and your words have the power to heal, like you could apply a splint to a human’s struggle. What would you say? This is the driving theme in Heliya Alam’s new short film, “The List”, a film that feels all too relevant in 2022 for a narrative set in 2089.
Terry+Sam is an authentic portrayal of a modern relationship in your thirties, created by Eritria Pitts and Ben Donnellon. We talked to Eritria about shooting Terry+Sam in her home city of New Orleans.
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