Short Films
Gravity: A Short Film by Scott Sullivan

Gravity: A Short Film by Scott Sullivan

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.

The List: A Short Film by Heliya Alam

The List: A Short Film by Heliya Alam

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.

Hedgehog: A Short Drama by Ye’ela Rosenfeld

Hedgehog: A Short Drama by Ye’ela Rosenfeld

Hedgehog is a short film about a young Hispanic caregiver named Hannah, who accidentally discovers that one of her patients, Mr. Holtz, might be a former Nazi criminal hiding under a false identity. Ye’ela Rosenfeld gave us her perspective on the unsettling themes of “Hedgehog”.

Hypnagogia: A Short Horror Film by Arvid Cristina

Hypnagogia: A Short Horror Film by Arvid Cristina

We’re always thrilled to have our Louisiana fellow filmmakers featured on our blog, and this time we talked to Arvid Cristina about his new short horror film Hypnagogia, recently screened at Screamfest NOLA.

Samantha: A Short Film by Josh Carley

Samantha: A Short Film by Josh Carley

Trigger Girl is a mystery / psychological thriller by Scott R. Sullivan, a Louisiana filmmaker that we had the pleasure to chat with about this film.

Timelocked by Emmett Crockett

Timelocked by Emmett Crockett

Timelocked is the surreal time-travel comedy by Emmett Crockett. Check out what Emmett said about making this film.

Loopy: A Quarantine Short Film by Max Cianci and Anthony Peduzzi

Loopy: A Quarantine Short Film by Max Cianci and Anthony Peduzzi

Loopy is a short horror film made during the early days of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Inspired by the seemingly endless mundanity brought on by a life in quarantine, the filmmakers set out to capture the feeling of this new normal; a feeling we’ve all been forced to become painfully familiar with.