Speakeasy follows three unlikely friends as they open an illegal underground bar, after the US Congress has reinstated prohibition.(2015) Directed by Nicole Albee and Joe Fusco
Speakeasy takes place in the future, after the United States Congress has reinstated prohibition. Our story follows Jane, a poor single mother, who is in dire need of money. She decides to open a speakeasy, an illegal underground bar, with her friends Warren and Robin. The speakeasy becomes a huge hit, because of its diverse clientele and welcoming atmosphere. However, when the speakeasy is threatened by an unknown enemy, both money and friendships are at stake.
A short film about God, cookies and a little man named Melvin.(2013) Directed by Mike Smale
Cookies are life. Cookies are death. Eat more cookies to feel the love of God, the fat is His way of hugging you. A short movie that satires art films that take themselves far too seriously and try too hard to be poignant or to make social commentary that is hidden beneath unnecessary metaphor
What Would You Share In Private?(2015) Directed by Trent England
When Susana leaves Romania with a dream of experiencing a richer life, she arrives in Boston, a city full of strangers and foreign culture. She settles into an apartment and eases into her new life by writing in a journal every evening and committing a private life to its pages. She strikes up a friendship, and eventually a relationship, with her roommate Adam, a budding writer who commits his private life to poetry he reads onstage.
Just as Susana feels comfortable in her new home in Boston, her journal goes missing. Frantic, she tears the apartment apart, looking for the pages that contain intimate information and deep secrets. When she begins to suspect that Adam may have taken the journal, she must ask herself if the one person she has let into her life is the last person she can trust.
Kieran just got diagnosed with HIV... he's pretty down about it. Will he be able to stay positive?(2015) Directed by Christian Daniel Kiley
Kieran (Christian Kiley) goes to get tested for HIV, something he's done many times before. While he waits for his results, he asks the counselor administering the test (Tommy Derrah) about all the questions regarding his 'risk factors.' If the test relies on a chemical reaction to produce its result, then how do his 'risks' 'factor' into the chemistry of the test? A fair question, but an irrelevant one. His test has come back positive.
Three months on, Kieran still hasn't told anyone about his HIV status. Not his roommate, not even his best friend Allie (Amy DePaola). The only person he opens up to is his therapist Alan (Lance Williams), who he finds (ironically) attractive.
After a fight with Allie, Kieran, feeling alienated and detached, makes his way downtown to a small gathering of young gay men, who are smoking crystal meth-- and engaging in the usual risky behaviors.
After missing the next night of work due to the comedown, Allie appears at Kieran's doorstep to confront him about whatever is going on. Kieran relents, and (finally) lets her in. After a difficult heart-to-heart, Allie seems to finally understand why her friend has been so miserable and distant-- but the story doesn't end here. There are plenty more complications coming down the pike.
Guilt-ridden and penniless after her father suddenly dies and the bank takes their small farm, Sarah, blaming herself for both of these losses, heads to the big city where its streets become her home and her music is her only refuge.