To keep the family home from being sold, 4 very modern March sisters tackle home improvement on their own. But their romantic entanglements involving the boy next door, an old flame and a new acquaintance become a distraction.
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.
Elam and Scout, two college buddies, invent and sell a love potion cocktail to mend broken relationships and assist blossoming romances. They keep the 'philter' underground by offering it secretly in their nightclub. However, their noble intentions are abused by those with more selfish and corrupt desires of the heart, including the despicable financiers. Elam and Scout's friendship is challenged when they become conflicted regarding the ethics of their invention. Their respective romances are also impacted by each guy's choice whether to utilize the love potion in his own relationship or not. Their illegal operation is eventually exposed and exploited by a secret government agency that wants to use the philter for covert intelligence operations. Now Elam and Scout must try to rectify the damage they've done to those who used the love potion and prevent further abuse by international superpowers ... all the while remaining best friends.
My Place On The Wall is a short film about a boy who wants nothing more than to be an adult. But in seeking out the life of a grown up he misses the one thing he truly needs. His childhood.
Two Best Friends from a Small Town in Maine (Tim Gato & Nathan White) turn their Out Dated Comic Book Store into a Hip New Fashion Girls Clothing Store. But not everyone in this Small New England Town is hip to the new changes.