Paige’s mind is invaded by an unknown lover. As she loses her grip on reality, she is forced to make decision that could affect the rest of her life. Official Selection of Playhouse West 2018 21st Annual Film Festival. Produced/Debuted for/at the 120 Hour Film Festival at Playhouse West. Directed/Written/Shot/Edited by Chris Ruetten. Starring Jaya […]
An isolated young woman experiences a series of sparks after a chance encounter with her edgy, outgoing opposite. Exploring the theme of human connection, self-discovery, and sexuality, Spark tells the story of quiet girl, Jane, and her chance encounter with an edgy mystery girl that turns her world upside down.
ARCANA SIX is a coming-of-age romance that focuses on the changing nature of the relationship between two childhood best friends, Maggie and Elena, as they reflect on their history and recall their earliest memories of each other through fresh eyes after a seismic shift in the dynamic of their friendship.
Jessie is moving. Phel isn’t. But when an unexpected Target rendezvous brings them together, things change. Is it enough to keep them together or will the distance between them end things before they begin?
Mattie and Jia won’t give in to each other … even if it’s something as small as the cost of brunch. They take fighting for the bill at the end of the meal to a whole new level! A short film written, directed and produced by Jessica Han.
Goddess House is a collective of black and queer women artists from New Orleans. The director Marion Hill gathered a group of them to make this almost silent piece about sex workers, wanting to show their work in a consensual and respected manner.
The Other Side Copyright 2018 Tessa Kennedy All rights reserved. No part of this film may be reproduced or used in any form without written permission from the creator. CAST: Lucy Aarden as Flora Tessa Kennedy as Miles
The Not Bucket List – A powerful story of strength, hope and love, following the journey of a young Lesbian couple who are struck by tragedy. It’s not a gay thing, it’s not a straight thing, it’s a human thing.
“[Playing with Ice] is a wonderful and satisfying short that speaks volumes about what we hold inside and the damage it causes. Wisler has made a life-affirming and nifty pseudo sci-fi movie all at the same time. Bravo!” – from Philip Smolen’s review of “Playing with Ice” (Rogue Cinema) Tired of her life of solitude, […]