In ‘P.E.N.S. (Poetic Energy Needed in Society)’, Houston’s spoken word artists present the immeasurable value of this art scene.
Three very human stories come together in the center of ‘Crisis’, a thriller about the opioid crisis and its relation with the powers that be.
In ‘Learning Tagalog with Kayla’, a lonely woman will try to teach us the basics of tagalog, and will reveal too much about her strange life.
In the tradition of beach summer movies, ‘Hot Water’ tells the story of a cocky jet ski rider in the most important tournament of his life.
Donna has been stuck in an abusive relationship for years, until she decides to forge a difficult path into a new, independent life alongside her kids.
‘Tulsa’ tells the story of a broken man who’s about to give up when suddenly he must become a father to a small but spirited girl he didn’t know existed.
‘Shooting Heroin’ is the legendary story of a town and its members, who decide to act when a opioid epidemic becomes lethally unstoppable.
In the Tour de France’s infamous Ireland stage in 1998, a struggling cyclist makes his way into the imminent end of his career. ‘The Racer’ is one cool ride.
‘L’Autre’ tells the story of Marie, a grief stricken woman who decides to isolate herself from the rest of the world when her father suddenly dies, only to find love in the oddest of moments.
‘Effigy – Poison and the City’ is a summarized retelling of what happened when Gesche Gottfried became a notorious serial killer in the early 1800’s in Germany.
‘IRL’ tells the story of Ian, an artist with no success in his work and his love life, until a dating app connects him with the love of his life. The only problem is she’s really far away from him.
‘Chasing Einstein’ takes us into the world of physics and the brilliant scientists who everyday try to challenge or prove Einstein’s fundamental theory of gravity.
Spark: A Burning Man Story tells the intimate story behind the festival, its creators, its contributors and the events that finally take place every year in the middle of nowhere.
The Babysitter: Killer Queen muestra que las segundas partes no siempre son mejores. Esta vez hay un intento fresco, y que al menos sirve para entretenernos un poco, y ver de nuevo a quienes extrañamos.
Spree nos presenta a Kurt, un fracasado en el mundo virtual. Para esto recurre a un acto inesperado y trata ganar los seguidores que necesita.