Sometimes a man's mind can become a House Of Dreams...(2017) Directed by Dennis Colligan
Sometimes a man's mind can become a House of Dreams...
As Henry’s dream world and waking world collide, he is haunted by his dark side as he longs for a sense of goodness in the world.
House of Dreams is a short film that explores the inner workings of a man’s mind - a man who feels lost, whose inner self wants answers to questions that the outward self he projects to the world can't quite get a grip on. The film asks questions about consciousness, about existence, and what it means to be a human being in these times without presuming to provide answers for the viewer.
The film delves into the mind of a man, played by Jeff Hansen, whose waking world is colliding and overlapping with his dream world. Dream sequences mesh with reality as our main character, haunted by his dark side, longs for a sense of goodness in the world.
As we explore his thoughts and dreams we witness his struggle and come to recognize the increasingly thin line between his dream world and his reality.
A documentary (in production) about renowned painter Arthur Polonsky who, armed with fantastic talent and imagination, fueled an American art movementDirected by Gabriel Polonsky
Enter the fantastic worlds of Arthur Polonsky in a documentary, currently in production, by his son, Emmy nominated Director Gabriel Polonsky.
Arthur’s mystical art defined him as “one of the most important Boston painters of the 20th century.” His talents led him from Lynn, MA to the booming art scene of post WWll Paris, acclaimed international shows, and a feature in LIFE Magazine. He played a major role in the Boston Expressionist movement (a title that he ironically rejects). In fact, this is one of only a few films to cover this historic yet unheralded era in American art – as told through Arthur’s first hand accounts and 30 interviews with leaders of the Boston art community.
Yet Release from Reason is not a typical “PBS” documentary. At age 89, Arthur lights up the screen with his brilliance, humor, and eccentricity – still painting day and night in his ramshackle art filled Victorian house. Through breathtaking art and intimate cinema verite footage, the film brings to life Arthur’s journey to renowned young artist, relative obscurity, and reemergence in his 80′s with major exhibitions. It explores his fascinating influences and artistic process, and unconventional family of artists. The film is the story of a life devoted to art (at all costs) for 75 years, and the mysterious forces that fuel creativity.
Baby is a teenager in trouble, and her last chance is a foster home with a couple whose idea of fun is dog sledding. Still, it beats going to the juvenile detention center. Over time, Baby comes to love the dogs and takes naturally to sledding, but when her old boyfriend, Bobby, shows up, she can't stop herself from running off with him, accidentally taking a puppy along. In no time at all, life with Bobby goes bad and Baby has to make some hard decisions about what she's going to do.
It has been millions of years since Lucifer has been cast out of Heaven for the war he started. He has since grown tired of his place in the universe and the Kingdom of Hell and wishes to come home. Believing that God will not hear him, he comes to Earth to beg the family he betrayed, God's Angels, to speak on his behalf and let him come home.
(currently in production.. Release date TBA)
Falcyyr is the story of four women chosen by the Fates at the request of Odin (the Great All-Father of the nordic gods) to be trained, empowered and transformed into legendary beings known as Valkyrie. These four women are chosen from different time periods and backgrounds as the gods are not limited by time and space. Each of them plucked moments before the time of their demise and given a choice to serve Asgard and therefore the word of Earth, or be placed back within the grasp of oblivion.
Once transformed they will save the earth from an aggressive alien race that views aumanity as a source of food.