Lighthouse: Sister Funk The Movie

This music video is part of the feature film “Sister Funk The Movie” based on an all-female rock, blues, soul, R and B Band out of Connecticut. The film is about how as a band they are a sisterhood and it will also display how united as they stand they create phenomenal music and art. “Lighthouse” is by Row Dasilva the bassist and this is about the lost love that she has had and then rediscovered.
Directed by Christopher Annino (USA)

The CruciFire

“The CruciFire” is a psychological thriller. This film exposes predators who choose to do harm to the innocent. The film is about an vigilante phantom that punishes individuals who hurt the innocent. It’s well known that many people that have been victims of sexual abuse are abused by authority figures. This is their story and this is their vengeance. The person who calls himself The CruciFire is a hero for those who can’t speak for themselves. Predators beware you will be found and you will be crucified. The film was based on actual events but fictionalized. This film is in memory of Mia Zapata and Andrea Tegan Post. Film locations include New England, Florida, Georgia, Canada, and Martha’s Vineyard.
Directed by Christopher Annino (USA)

Juana Wants to Know God

In this Christmas, Juana asks for a somewhat complicated wish: to know God. His sister, Marta, will do everything possible to fulfill it, which will lead them to make a trip to the distant house of some relatives, to ask their uncle Eulalio, who was a theater actor, to personify God.
Directed by Argenis Herrera Sánchez (Venezuela)


This fast-paced, 19 minutes short film follows the young husband and wife movie-making duo of the determined Scott and perpetually upbeat Eva (played by real-life husband and wife, Anthony and Arielle Fanelli) ) as they attempt to make their own independent short film starring and directed by only themselves and maybe their friend/cameraman Austin if he ever shows up.
Directed by Anthony Fanelli (USA)