In this five-minute comedy, a simple phone call is enough to catapult Jill down an impossible path until she discovers that the real enemy she’s up against…is expectation.
Elvis is a romantic/comedy/drama short made by a small, independent production company in Connecticut called Kicker Pictures. The film consists of budding actors from New York City, and a score of music from indie bands from Texas, California, and Connecticut. It was shot on location in southern Connecticut in the summer of 2018 with a crew of Sacred Heart University undergraduate, graduate, and alumni.
Stan and Wayne are just two guys on their way to a surprise party. They are professional partiers with years of experience under their belts, yet, they still find ways to make things go horribly wrong…
Mary C. Ferrara wrote, directed and stars in “Schmoopie,” about a woman, dealing with a breakup, gets an unexpected suggestion that changes her life.
What happens when a pair of lost citizens wander in the deep dark woods in search of a leader? In this satirical take of the traditional folktale, “Hansel and Gretel”, the wordless story follows protagonists Liberty and Justice as they negotiate the challenges of today’s unique political landscape, while being shadowed by a persistent Twitter bird.
An unsuspecting customer falls into a web of words when a clerk decides to make her day more interesting.
Sandra uses food to express her emotions, for better or for worse. Will her husband become a victim to food, or will he drown in deliciousness?
Ken Chang is ready for the American dream. The only trouble is that he’s just too American. So in order to land a role on a network TV Show, Ken undergoes Actor “Orientalification” to prove that he can be Asian enough to make it in Hollywood. Shot as a mocumentary, East of Hollywood follows Ken as he takes Mandarin lessons, learns martial arts, and even attempts to thicken his accent just so he can have a shot at playing a bodega owner in an offensive network television show called “Kung Fu Mom.”