Five hundred years of world art in five minutes, featuring three dozen iconic works rendered with nylon-tip pen and animated old-school style. Each painting is onscreen for three seconds; the transitions between them also last three seconds each. Made up of 2,500 individual drawings, with a musical soundtrack created by the artist.
Directed by Ronnie Cramer (USA)

Grave Endangerment

When Adan Rodriguez learns from his dying father that his family has been plagued by a curse for centuries, he vows to end the misfortune. When he promises to guard an ancestral burial ground, supernatural forces challenge him to confront the world of the undead where no one is resting in peace.
Directed by Jax Price (USA)

Mr. Kiss

Edward Kiss is a veteran who’s had enough of politicians especially one in particular – outgoing and corrupt Mayor Rudy Ratliff. Pretending to be an Uber driver Ed kidnaps Rudy and takes him on a wild ride throughout the night. Rudy comes face to face with his abductor in a series of satirical and maniacal exchanges which ends up being a learning lesson for both of them in the end.
Directed by Afonso Henrique (USA)

Post Mortem

A story about Death carrying out his grim job in the final days of the world. In his loneliness, he finds an unlikely friend.
Directed by James Todd (UK)

The Hit

A shadowy man goes to a criminal fixer to arrange an assassination which is even more personal than the victim expects.
Directed by Kieran Freemantle (UK)

Toxic: Betrayal

Six months have passed since big game hunter Jack Peterson went boar hunting on a remote Louisiana island and barely escaped with his life. Struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder, he’s haunted by memories of a shape-shifting creature known as Spikes.
Directed by Jax Price (USA)


A brilliant spoken word artist turned Icon for love. A loyal best friend trying to connect. A grieving mother in search of answers and a graffiti artist just trying to paint. All of their lives entangle when one of them tries to let go.
Directed by Divyansh Sharma (USA)

Social Butterfly

Music video of the single called “Social Butterfly”, by Anthony Barbarich, inspired by social media. The lyrics focus on how connected we are now and yet so disconnected as people now with technology.
Directed by Dane Parsons (Australia)

The Grimoire Chapters: Rem

In 1968, a deadly sleep experiment took place at the Parker family residence. A crime that would go down in infamy and sets in motion a series of events, leading to a startling killing spree in 1988. Who or what is the connection?
Directed by Michael Davis (USA)