‘Medicine for Melancholy’ is a love story of bikes and one-night stands told through two African-American twenty-somethings dealing with issues of class, identity, and the evolving conundrum of being a minority in rapidly gentrifying San Francisco
Natural Causes, the feature film written, directed and produced by filmmakers Alex Cannon, Michael Lerman and Paul Cannon will showcase this April at the 2008 Independent Film Festival of Boston in the Narrative Features Competition.
Carnivalesque Film’s personal and intimate documentary film ‘Intimidad’ tells a Mexican love story in a new and original way.
‘Frownland,’ winner of a Special Jury Award at SXSW is a film tracing the miserable existance of Keith Sontang, a “troll from under the bridge.”
It’s the future, Gas prices are at $30 a gallon. Necessity being the mother of invention, a man invents a car that runs on human blood.
Filmed over two years with no budget, ‘Saviours’ is the first film from Ross Whitaker and Liam Nolan. It follows the intimately the story of three boxers from St. Saviours Olympic Boxing Academy in Dublin, Ireland.
Produced by two Boston locals, Eric Poydar and Brett Portanova. The two met as PA’s on David Mamet’s “State and Main,” and have worked together ever since.