Le Choc du Futur

Marc Collin has been a musician for 30 years but has always had a passion for filmmaking. He finally took the plunge with his first film, Le Choc du Futur (The Shock of the Future), a love letter to women in the electronic music world. Ana (Alma Jodorowsky) is a musician living in Paris in... Continue Reading →

The Giant

Life changes and loss of innocence are difficult when you’re growing up, especially when your world relies on a small, close-knit group. In David Raboy’s The Giant, tragedy makes life a surreal dream for one girl as her world changes. Charlotte (Odessa Young) is graduating from high school. She lives in a small town with... Continue Reading →

The Old Ways

When a Mexican-American reporter goes back to her hometown to investigate local tribes, she gets more than she bargained for with a battle between good and evil in Christopher Alender's first feature film, The Old Ways. Cristina (Brigitte Kali Canales) is a modern woman, a reporter, and someone with a strange history. As a child... Continue Reading →

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