The story of a lonely pirate with a pancake delivery service.
An animated/live action sci-fi kids show for adults about how we're broke and inheriting a mess the size of a planet. All of the electronics are characters who have their own agendas about how to help. Winner, Vanguard Award - 2016 Art of Bklyn Film Festival.
Opinions spoken out by different people regarding various aspects of black and white create a pallet much wider than just two colors. Directed by Brooklyn-based filmmaker Anice Jee.
An experimental narrative shot in macro perspective featuring a cast of one-inch plastic figures and junk props, focusing on the the negative addictions humanity has suffered throughout the ages. Created by William D. Caballero (HBO Latino's "Gran'pa Knows Best")
In this experimental 'moving painting,' The Man (Brooklyn artist Mike Rader) chaperons himself through the creative process and exposes how equally difficult it is to navigate life, using the classic Japanese TV series Ultraman as a catalyst.
A circus performer (Billy Schultz) recalls a doomed passion in this stunningly captivating visual piece evoking the mystery of love and of loss. Also starring Ximena Frixione. Directed by Brooklyn-born filmmaker Jimmy Ferguson.
In this experimental Brooklyn film, a girl goes through her life doing everyday things, unaware she's under the eyes of strangers who are unaware of the impact they're having on her. They eventually realize their opinions and judgments don't exist in a vacuum.
In this experimental film by Noah Shulman, viewers look beyond what the human eye is capable of seeing to experience those moments in between the transformations that we perceive. Winner, Vanguard Award - 2015 Art of Brooklyn Film Festival
A musical tribute to the artists, musicians and magicians of St. Marks Place when the Mercer, Max’s and the Electric Circus were the venues for outrageous good times. From an upcoming Australian film by Brooklyn-born musician and filmmaker Richard Termini.
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