Reentry

Directed by Debra Granik

Since October 2015, we have been filming a group of formerly incarcerated individuals in New York City as they transition out of prison, including Coss Marte, the founder of the fitness studio ConBody. Coss and the other trainers at the gym are bold examples of men and women who are pushing back against the numerous set-backs and structural impediments to successful re-entry. Unexpectedly Coss' story has received copious coverage in social media and outlets like The New York Times and CNN so the role of social media in re-inventing personal narratives plays a part in this story as well. A substantial amount of our footage chronicles the growth of his business and the ways in which, after his release, he has worked to help other formerly incarcerated individuals. The film also highlights the important role mentors and meaningful programs play in post incarceration growth.

Hard Night

Directed by Charlie Scharfman

On the 4th of July, a serial killer has a moral crisis when he discovers that his latest victim is a high-school student; simultaneously, a rookie cop and a seasoned detective race against the clock to save her life.

Being BeBe

Directed by Emily Branham

With over ten years of unprecedented access, Being BeBe follows the intimate journey and unpublished backstory of BeBe Zahara Benet – a charismatic drag performer from Cameroon who is also the very first winner of the culture-changing phenomenon, RuPaul’s Drag Race. Over time, BeBe struggles with celebrity, authenticity, and the changing nature of drag and gender itself.

The Blackout

Directed by Daniela De Carlo

As hurricane Sandy descends upon New York, leaving destruction in her wake and plunging the city into darkness, a group of friends and neighbors come together and discover the joys, heartaches, and pleasures of human connection.

Clean Slate

Directed by Jared Callahan

Balancing the hectic and lonely tides in the life of an addict, Cassidy and Josh pursue their dreams of writing and directing a feature film while living in the recovery center where they met. The men battle to find investors and make a short film version of their script. After Cassidy relapses and gets kicked out of the center, the men struggle to produce the film separately. Tension mounts as Josh gets closer to graduation, Cassidy trudges through the 12 Steps of recovery, and filming approaches. In the end, they will confront their deepest fears and hopefully make amends with those they have hurt, as they attempt to create a quality short film that will play at festivals around the country.

Short History of the Long Road

Directed by Ani Simon-Kennedy

Teenage Nola grew up living out of a van with her father Clint - two nomads against the world. When Clint suddenly passes away, Nola is confronted by the reality of life on the road alone. She learns that in order to survive, she'll need to expand her relationships beyond the doors of her van and decide whether or not to get off the road for the first time.

Time Kill Love Cruise

Directed by Chris Roberti

A time traveling assassin inadvertently falls in love with his target on board a cruise ship. He must make a choice between obligation and joy. Time Kill Love Cruise explores duty, love, friendship, and freedom. It was filmed surreptitiously onboard a cruise ship, and on location in Key West, Florida and Cozumel, Mexico.

16 Bars

Directed by Sam Bathrick

16 Bars is a documentary about a prison rehabilitation program that helps inmates using the power of music. Hip hop rapper Speech, of the group Arrested Development, advises inmates as they record an album while coping with the challenges of prison life.

Old Dog

Directed by Sally Rowe

Old Dog is about New Zealand farmer Paul Sorenson has a unique connection with his colleagues — a team of sheep dogs. For 40 years, he's worked to develop smarter and more intuitive training methods for fellow farmers, while grappling with memories of a difficult childhood. Reaching retirement, the veteran dog whisperer passes his knowledge to the next generation of shepherds, and reflects on the sacrifices he's made to pursue his intense passion for dogs.

Love Type D

Directed by Sasha Collington

After getting dumped for the eleventh time in a row, Frankie Browne discovers (to her dismay) that she has a loser in love gene. And she is not alone. Scientists have discovered that one in five people have the gene for romantic misfortune: the D-type gene.

Netizens

Directed by Cynthia Lowen

Netizens follows targets of cyber harassment, along with lawyers, advocates, and policymakers, as they confront digital abuse and strive for equality and justice online. These powerful stories show how harassment presents significant barriers to women’s equal access to education, employment and expression.

Albanian Gangster

Directed by Matthew Brown

Albanian Gangster is a fresh and striking take on the gangster genre, inspired by real events. Over two years, director Matthew Brown had unprecedented access to the criminal underworld in the Bronx's Albanian community. The result is an illuminating portrait of the criminal mind.

#Like

Directed by Sarah Pirozek

Woodstock teen, Rosie, mourning the anniversary of her younger sister Amelia’s death, discovers the mysterious man, who sexploited her sister, bullying her to commit suicide is back on-line trolling for new victims…When the authorities won't get involved she finds a darker side she never knew she had as she takes justice into her own hands.

CHAINS

Barry Gibbs, FRAMED for murder by mafia cops, in the most notorious case of police CORRUPTION in the NYPD, was released from prison after serving two decades for a crime he did not commit, only to discover that his nightmare had just begun. This is the unbelievable true story of Barry’s life after exoneration, a man who left prison with nothing and became a MILLIONAIRE.