A girl enters a dance studio with her sister. Left alone while her sister talks to the studio manager, a young man asks the girl to dance. The girl's dreams of becoming a dancer come true...or do they?
Set in the year 2340, the film follows Katherine McDonald, journalist and the only person to survive the destruction of a mining colony. Convinced the government was behind the disaster, she embarks on a mission to uncover the conspiracy.
Gerry Orz is 9-year old. His latest work is a moving film Day of Silence where main character, Adam Syder, is dealing with bullying at school while trying to protect his sister and support his gay parents.
Waschgang is a short film about Vic trying to keep his sanity when his love disappears, only leaving a cryptic note. She won't answer her phone and he has no clue where she's gone, so there... See full summary »
A young suburban family move into a new home, only to find something strange and fantastic there. At first inspiring, this discovery eventually threatens their bond as a family. Featuring ... See full summary »
Jason Thomas Scott
A group of friends decide to spend their last summer together by taking a trip to the rural camping destination "Black Hills". Once there, they find themselves in the middle of a deadly quarrel with a local family.
After a teenage girl is found murdered in a California town, a young woman is forced to prove her brother is innocent of the crime, discovering a disturbing dark side to the community and the hidden identity of the killer.
PAT GETS A CAT was recently posted on IMDb and is there to view if you live in the United States. It's about a lonely college student who out of desperation adopts a cat. While at first it doesn't go very well (with some funny reactions by his fellow students), after a while he comes to need the cat and actually imagine that it's a person--the double of a pretty young lady he's seen in the school's library.
This is a student film made while Adam Bertocci was enrolled at Northwestern University, but compared to many other student films I have seen, it is head and shoulders better. It has excellent writing, direction and a professional quality about it you might not normally expect--plus the film is cute as can be with a really clever story. However, given that I have seen another of Adam Bertocci's excellent short films, LOVE: THE MOVIE, I actually was expecting something special--as LOVE was a heck of a fresh and entertaining film as well. Both films, it turns out, have already received awards and I certainly am not surprised. In fact, I can't wait until Bertocci "turns pro" so to speak--in other words, moves to Hollywood and makes a bazillion bucks making more nice little films--but with bigger budgets. Keep an eye out for this guy.
FYI--In a funny cameo, the guy who repeatedly tells Pat that the cat will steal his soul is actually the director.
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