The Winchester Orphanage is a mocumentary film that follows the progression of a run-down, state funded orphanage, with a bizarre history, as it tries desperately to find homes for its last remaining orphans, who are now 30 years old.
A, getting toward middle-aged guy named Kip has dreamed of becoming a pilot his whole life. He will be taking his pilots test for the 13th time. A documentary crew followed kip for the week leading up to his test.
In this genre-busting feature, director Zachary Stratis plays himself - a filmmaker trying to get his traditional Greek-American family to make a musical film celebrating their lives. When the character Zack tells his family that the film will include the fact that he is gay, the fireworks begin. His father is dead set against his publicly 'coming out' and his brother and sisters decide that the film should be about them. As the family takes over Zack's film, their musical numbers reflect each family member's unique slant on life. The twist is that it's all real - Zack's actual family play themselves and the issues that unfold are from the heart.
'I Love My Movie' tells the story of Hilary Weisman, a desperate filmmaker who steals a camera in order to make a movie. Shot in the guise of a documentary, Hilary and her friends travel cross-country in order to sell the stolen camera in the Mexican black market to raise post-production money.