“More Than I Remember” presents a less palatable version of why people immigrate, in animated form, but is no less a story to behold.
Browsing: Not Rated
When your culture is commercialized and its history downplayed or erased, there are times you have to remind yourself and others that who you are isn’t for someone’s entertainment.
In a seemingly post-apocalyptic world, the surface has soldiers who may kill people, and shadows have monsters. Let’s see if this group can get to their destination alive.
In this silly horror short, two girls questions if the man who seemingly wants to kill them might be cute under his mask?
It’s initiation night for the Bumblebees, and bets are on whether the new recruit can do what’s required.
“First Love” tricks you by focusing almost equally on the male lead’s parents as they do on the advertised relationship.
In “You Can Live Forever,” faith conflicts with sexuality as a Jehovah’s Witness girl falls for another girl who is by no means questioning their sexuality.
In perhaps the cutest short you’ll ever see, we watch a little girl idolize her mother’s hoop earrings and question what powers they hold.
The path to redemption has always been without explicit details, and for Humberto, he seems to feel his daughter’s life depends on him regaining his footing.
“Good Girl Jane” overstays its welcome as it follows the downfall of a girl who falls in love with a dealer after suffering neglect and bullying.