A road movie on a bicycle. Jasper leaves an alley cat race and goes on a physical and spiritual journey on her bike, through Chicago's nighttime streets, to a destination that holds an emotional secret.
With the world in it's final death throes, two former soldiers can rely only upon one another to survive. Noah (stricken with advance stages of a virulent blood disease known as R.U.S.T.) ... See full summary »
A couple engage in a seemingly harmless contest while on a retreat, though the challenge soon becomes a fight for survival as Jessie confronts demons within her own mind - and possibly lurking in the shadows of their remote house.
ALLEYCAT is an 85 minute live-action film that takes place in San Francisco and California's Central Valley. In addition to centering around a bicycle race, the housing fallout of the mid 2000's acts as a backdrop for our protagonist Lucas and his wife Petra. An alleycat is an informal bike race, originated by bike messengers with tasks and checkpoints. As Lucas competes in this race, he embarks on both a spiritual and physical journey. Through a series of vignettes, he encounters a colorful group of characters along the way. Some provide Lucas with encouragement, others act as roadblocks. After completing the race, Lucas reaches a profound insight on who he is, and what direction his new life must go. He is forced to face the truth of himself, and decide if he can move forward with this new understanding. Drawing inspiration from EASY RIDER, THE SWIMMER and MACAFRAMA, ALLEYCAT is sure to be one of the most unique independent films of 2014. Written by