Gut Feelings is the story of two misfits who meet in the belly of a beast.
A man drops a woman off after a romantic night together -- planning never to see her again - but gets a talking-to from the sweater she's left behind in the car.
Lovable nerd Orlando will do anything to keep his Instagram model girlfriend happy, but upon meeting his cooler, richer and more handsome arch nemesis Vladimir, he realizes he may be in for more than he bargained for. Will Orlando be able to do what it takes to get his girlfriend back? Shot with a colorful cast of characters in beautiful Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and America, New York filmmaker and comedian Keith Orlando Harris traveled to the city of Almaty, Kazakhstan to write, produce, direct and act in a collection of 10 short comedy videos there including two parody music videos. 'She’s An Instagram Model' is his debut music video in that collection. His comedic weird Al Yankovic style parody of a popular Kazakh R&B song comes complete with an original English and Kazakh version written and performed by Keith Orlando Harris himself after living two years in Kazakhstan throughout the pandemic, studying the language and working alongside award winning music producer Zheng Li and some of the best song writers and translators in Kazakhstan to make his debut music video. Album presale & presave starts April 1st. Available for streaming and purchase on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Youtube Music and other music streaming platforms on May 27th, 2022.
A teenage boy in London wanders around the city during the first lockdown. One day, he finds a girl dancing ballet in an abandoned building, sparking a newfound curiosity and desire for dance, much to his father's utter dismay.
Stranded on a university campus, a Greek and an English student suddenly find themselves living together during the pandemic in an intimate bubble of surrealism, tension and dreams.
"Entre Les Images" is a found footage film composed of 35mm nitrate film frames from over 100 silent films, a large number of them irrevocably lost, with nothing to mark their presence outside of these majestic few frames. As a whole, they represent the hopes, dreams, and promises of tumultuous, perpetuating life and death between every frame.
The movie is about the father of the director, Spyros, his life and experiences. He is the protagonist and narrator. The "Just Like Water" speaks about time and the circle of life.
The questions asked are, what is time and how do we perceive it? Do we really live the moments in our daily lives and do we give them their due value?
So, we follow a magical journey through time, embedded with vivid images of Spyros, grandfather, man, child ... A girl and a woman always there. A patchwork of images, accompanied by original musical composition, sketched in detail: it weaves the puzzle of a whole life nestled in the Island of Crete (Greece).
During the Covid-19 Pandemic of 2020, two self-isolating office workers, both lonely in their own way, connect via a series of progress reports. Each becoming the other's lifeline to a world beyond quarantine.
Where can we get together? Set amid a societal crisis, 'Lucid Dreams' is a six-minute Greek epic from a second-person point of view about democracy, the importance of human connection, and the capability of change. The main characters are virtually somewhere between New York, Los Angeles, and Berlin.
A young man muses on the nature of love, recounting three relationships from his past. The girls in his life resemble three different seasons, namely Chaitra (Spring), Varsha (Monsoon) & Seeta (Winter).
A heart breaking tale told entirely through feet. When smart and uptight Brogues falls in love with colourful fun and playful Sparkly Toes, she feels complete. but like any couple the two have their ups and downs, their highs and their lows. When tragedy strikes and Brogues finds herself alone again, she must find a way to keep on moving while keeping Sparkly Toes with her always.
Prudence and Roger meet for the first time. After asking him a series of unusual qualifying questions, we see them begin a temporary "relationship”, leading to the saving of a life and the ending of another. Pete’s Valve is a kooky, dark comedy about duty under duress, missed connections, and the metaphorical, as well as physical placement of the human heart.
In a dezhumanized world where emotions are rationed and measured by a gauge, Pipo, a factory worker falls in love with a woman sitting on a bench. He will try anything to attract her attention and seduce her with his own « language ».
Que Sera Sera is a story of two strangers meeting on a their last day in mumbai. Shot entirely on Iphone 7 in and around Mumbai, its the story of
Kabir the poet and Lucia the ballerina finding comfort in each other's company as they explore the city together. What will become of them - Que Sera Sera ..
A group of friends show concern when another friend goes AWOL after some bizarre text messages. Through a string of video calls, a friendship that had waned begins to show the embers of something more meaningful.
Mr. Li's brother-in-law-to-be, Mr. Chang, is sent to the hospital because of a stage four cancer. The doctor couldn't operate until Li's sister arrives. The same day Li's niece has a huge fight with Li's sister over her marriying a nearly dead man. That night Li's brother-in-law-to-be commits suicide. Mr. Li is devastated, because Chang is actually his lover.
During the course of an overnight visit, Sasha and Rae grapple to return to an emotional place that’s just beyond reach. Navigating their connection, the couple falter in their attempts to communicate feelings within a space that once felt so different.
A realism drama about the high-stimuli character Sara (24) and the relationship between her and her best friend Cecilie (24). Their friendship takes a turn when they both blackout after a night of partying together. Sara discovers secrets Cecilie confesses that night – and has trouble to understand what is true and what’s not. The film explores the theme of egoism and jealousy.
A strange kind of love letter...
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