Creatively visualized through 3-D printing, two elderly Latinos embark on a resonating he said/she said account of the events that led them to live separately after more than 50 quirky and stressful years together. Precedes: SIGNATURE MOVE, 2017, USA, 82 minutes, Directed by Jennifer Reeder.
Growing up in 1950s England in an intolerant and uninformed world, young Chris Winters struggles to fit into the gender roles dictated by wider society.
Based on the Paul Bowles’s short story, a young girl finds herself transforming into a kitten as she grows up and slips away from her family.
Cat visits her parents for the weekend and is confronted with her mother’s inability to remember one key detail.
When his ailing grandmother can no longer attend Meeting, a Quaker teenager raises his voice in a surprising act of thoughtful compassion.
Set in New Delhi, a closeted lesbian risks family and social boundaries as she pursues her household maid, Devi.
Two friends stumble upon the mother lode of movie memorabilia.
Amanda struggles to keep something inside as she spends the day taking pictures of her best friend.
A woman in a fertility clinic is asked to give up her seat for a pregnant man.
In the Quebec countryside during a brutal winter, a woman and her adult daughter await the death of their family’s matriarch.