“Affection” is a narrative featurette heading to TUTV’s Youtube channel on April 29, 2016.
"Affection" follows Ibby as she befriends a teacher at her school. As their relationship develops online and her teacher divulges more information about himself, she starts to lose faith in the friendship in which she's invested her whole senior year.
A pyschological horror/mystery about fame and the price one pays to achieve it.(2018) Directed by Nathan Suher
HIGHER METHODS follows the twisted tale of Matt, an actor whose sister
has gone missing. Matt’s frantic search for his lost sibling, last seen in silent cameo in an
unknown film, leads him to a fanatical theatre group, whose leader employs horrifying and,
ultimately, maddening methods to teach the art of performance. Here, Matt dives down a
frightening “rabbit hole,” joining the other crazed, compelling characters inhabiting this world
with no escape, where it is impossible to determine what’s real and what is only imagined.
Displaced visionaries struggle to re-invoke the spirit of Utopia in the ruins of a 21st century post-industrial American city.(2016) Directed by Greg Mahoney
A nameless man dressed in green awakens in a field, without clear memory of his arrival. Unconscious sense of direction leads him back to known territory--a minor American industrial city--where he gradually learns that his own history and the history of the city are entwined. His memory is the memory of the city itself.
QUINT is a brilliant scientist who has lost his wife JESSIE to an incurable genetic disease. His kids MILES and FLORA have inherited this disease and are dying.
Quint moves Miles and Flora into an abandoned biochemical research facility where he works on an experimental project to save them. The focus of his research is the Turritopsis Dornhii (the “immortal” jellyfish) known for its ability to spontaneously regenerate.
Napoleon found Cleopatr's crown in 1799 and it turns up present day Boston(2015) Directed by Mick Cusimano
When Napoleon traveled to Egypt in 1799 his archaeologist Pierre-François Bouchard discovered the Rosetta stone, mummies and statues of Pharaohs which were later confiscated by the British in 1801. Bouchard also discovered the gold crown of Cleopatra which he hid from Napoleon and the British and brought with him on an expedition to the Caribbean island of Saint-Domingue. In dire straights he sold the crown to a Boston sea merchant shopping for sugar cane. 200 years later the gold crown is spotted in Boston (valued at $20-30 million) and the streets are alive with people scouring the city searching for Cleopatra's Crown
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.