A young couple attempt a 7 day juice cleanse but quickly realize it's much more difficult than they anticipated as they pass the first 24 hours. They desperately try not to eat by supporting and antagonizing each other.
After missing his daughter's 12th birthday, Henry embarks on a huge night drinking. The next morning, hungover, he wakes up in Prospect Park -- ten years in the future. With the help of his friend Mike (now with a wife and kid) he has to find a way back to the 2003 and to his daughter's birthday party, whatever it takes.
Written & Directed by Christopher Hawthorne, starring Jay Klaitz.
• “Rêvalités” (“Dreamalities”) is a collaborative short film created by a director and film-maker, Damien Steck, and a photographer, Julie de Waroquier. Imagined by Damien, the film is a video adaptation of Julie’s photography book.
About 15 photographs are thus recreated, and enriched by Damien’s vision. In the end, the short film invites us to explore a world oscillating between dream and reality, offers a path between two worlds and depicts a dream under reality’s surface.
Dot, directed by Garrett Kennell and David Light, is a dark comedy about a 16-year old girl with a severe case OCD. So severe that she must compulsively kill anyone she sees making a mess. Dot isolates herself from the world, fearing that she’ll be forced to kill anyone who comes close. When Theo enters her life, the struggle intensifies.
Two dysfunctional Italian brothers have their lives transformed when their baby niece is abandoned on their doorstep. They're given only one instruction by their disgraced sister - preserve the girl's innocence. Seventeen years later the Uncles go to extremes to do just that.