What Dreams May Come
Thursday August 18th @ 8:00pm / Doors at 7:00pm
"Dirty Secrets" Tony & the Kiki
Tony takes advantage of their long awaited privacy and lets all their dirty secrets sift to the surface.
The three founders of an exclusive lesbian sex app may be shattering the start-up world’s glass ceilings, but the pressures of success have begun to threaten the integrity of their friendship – and worse, their brand.
My First Native American Boyfriend
Johnny is Emily’s first Native American boyfriend, and now that they’ve been dating for a few months, she’s going to take this golden opportunity to apologize for every microaggression she has ever made against Native Americans.
A dispirited thirty-something gets the chance to work with an Instagram-famous life coach who may have ulterior motives.
Two actresses, a White actress and a Black actress, have made it to the final callbacks for the role of a lifetime: to play Anne Frank in an upcoming staged production. But as the topic of color-blind casting makes its way into the audition room, the controversial question emerges: who is best suited to portray Anne Frank?
Mani Pedi follows Raymond, a young immigrant from Laos, who learned to fight in the refugee camps, but is forced to give up his boxing career in Canada after he sustains a brain injury. To help him make ends meet, his overbearing sister, Dara, enlists him to work at her nail salon. In short order, the salon reveals itself to be an equally toxic female "ring" where competition for clients and exposure to toxic chemicals are Raymond’s new challenges.
Breakfast at the Bodega
A talented young Brooklynite/Palestinian-American attempts to live out his dreams of becoming a French pastry chef despite his first-generation father's wishes. Struggling to fill his first big order for a gig, tensions arise when the father forbids him from using their family bodega to cook.
This Is America
Saturday August 20th @ 8:00pm / Doors at 7:00pm
It's Snowing In The Summer
A thirtieth birthday finds two friends dealing with different realities of the Black Harlem experience.
Dancing In My Sadness
A dark hip-hop song and its animated music video that tells the common story of a traffic stop going downhill, involving a young Black man and a White police officer.
Wet Seal Cigarettes
In a series of genre-bending events, Nicholas Bordeaux has to fight to remain sane in a surrealistic New York as he resists a new world order and the temptation of the coveted "Wet Seal Cigarette" within this spunky French New Wave Short Film.
After a brutal interaction with the police, a young black father’s search for freedom takes him beyond the limits of the atmosphere.
Post No Bills
A late-night encounter in a Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn penthouse during a blackout leads to a profound connection between the young handyman and a deaf cleaner.