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A last kiss, a last date, a last look into each other’s eyes.
Written & Directed by Joschka Laukeninks.
Starring Xenia Assenza & Constantin Lücke.
Narrated by Alan Orpin.
Multiple aspects of a man’s psyche debate how to proceed on a first date.
Written & Directed by Peter Calloway.
Produced by Jon Deiner.
Starring Matthew Rhys & Paula Rhodes.
Alexis gets nervous about commitment after her boyfriend asks her to marry him. An impulsive reaction will detonate a series of events that will help Alexis to realize that sometimes we just need a break.
Written & Directed by Benjamin Villeda.
Produced by Mariana San Esteban.
Presented by Gigantic Films & MediaBrain.
Starring Luz Edith Casillas & Juan Pablo Campa.
An ambitious mover is blindsided when he discovers that one of the pieces of furniture left behind for him is a suicidal daughter with 20 minutes left to live.
Directed by Josh Soskin.
Written by Patrick James & Josh Soskin.
Cinematography by Rob Hauer.
Produced by Grace Jackson, Mary Pat Bentel, & Renae Garcia.
Starring Boyd Holbrook & Kristin Malko.
A lonely mechanic has a hopelessly romantic imagination.
Written & Directed by Jason Ho.
Produced by Sergio Rapu & Masahiro Shimura.
Cinematography by Bo Hakala.
Music by Grant Cutler & Aby Wolf.
Starring Will Caesar & Anne Marie Rooney.
Forever’s Not So Long
George discovers that the end of the world is the perfect time to lose everything.
Written & Directed by Shawn Morrison.
Produced by Garrett Murray.
Starring Garrett Murray & Marielena Logsdon.
You tell her you love her. And she loves you. Things have never felt better. But one day, you notice something about her you hadn’t noticed before…
Written & Directed by Ari Kruger.
Starring Abigail Parker & Clyde Berning.
Vicky & Sam
While working at the local video store, Vicky meets Sam, who quickly becomes a regular costumer. Both fall in love, ignoring the true reason for their rendez-vous.
Written & Directed by Nuno Rocha.
Produced by Michael Stanger & Larissa Saenz.
Cinematography by Drew Daniels.
Starring Jolyn Janis, Luke Francis, Daniel Moore, Jenny Zhang, Andrew Hinsky, & Isac Mourana.
Splitscreen: A Love Story
This is the story of two parallel lives, one in New York and one in Paris and the journey that will lead them together. Told simultaneously through the eyes of both characters.
Directed by James W. Griffiths.
Produced by Kurban Kassam.
Cinematography by Christopher Moon.
Edited by Marianne Kuopanportti.
Music by Lennert Busch.
A short film about two small spacecraft, an epic journey, taking risks and falling in love. Also Carl Sagan.
Directed by Penny Lane.