Meet the cast of characters of the Seven C's Bar, a kind of NEUTRAL GROUND located somewhere between East and West Los Angeles. Join Fisher, a cocky 20-something Asian American, as he drops into his favorite watering hole and pickup joint. He is welcomed by Zeke the friendly and patient Jewish bartender, and Songo, the house musician, who suffers from some kind of post-traumatic disorder. And then there is the beautiful Natalie, a comely Irish lass who captures Fisher's eye and desire. Fisher doesn't know it, but he is in for quite a night --- not quite what he imagined, but one that will teach him a hard lesson in honor, loss, and redemption.
Bordering on the absurd, this trailer-style comedy takes a look at a trigger-happy New York mob boss who needs to decide between blood... and wine.
The queue is a film about limits. We see a perfectly rational man driven to extremes by the frustrations of modern life and an automated telephone system. A comical narration guides us ...
Vic, the super-agent, negotiates with the corrupt, alcoholic Albanian producer over Sal Macino (Vic's client) and his commitment to the action blockbuster, "AK-47th St." Vic pleads with Sal to accept the starring role in the movie for fifty million dollars. Sal does not answer him because he only speaks in his past movie quotations. Vic's other client, List Balken is second in line for the job, and ventures over to Sal's home to discuss the deal. List also only speaks in his and other past movie quotations. Dredo, a character from Sal's past movies is always present in Sal's home. As the deadline approaches, Vic resorts to extreme measures to seal the deal.
With a poignant speech in 1961, President John F. Kennedy made it clear that he wanted to see the United States be the first to land an astronaut on the moon's surface. The U.S. was in the middle of a race for the lunar surface with the U.S.S.R., which had successfully sent the first human to outer space, less than a month before. With the two super powers locked in the Cold War, President Kennedy set a goal to land on the moon by the end of 1969. With heavy costs of money and the loss of eight in the space program during that time, a nervous world witnessed as NASA created the Apollo program, developing a massive rocket ship from technology meant for missiles. The drama of 40 years ago played out on television and radio to worldwide audiences as the crew launched from the Earth, taking 4 days to travel over 219,000 miles to the lunar surface. Starting in late 2008, HD and still cameras were aimed at the moon, capturing it in a variety of ways to help one reach the moon within one's mind. The completed project was posted for the first time online, July 16, 2009 - exactly 40 years to the day that Apollo 11 launched into space to make history.
Programmer Hank learns he can only talk to women when he's not paying attention. With the girl of his dreams and his girl-crazy best friend, can Hank figure out how to use his secret talent with the ladies to win the only lady he wants?
A brother and sister take their time to help the less fortunate,. Things change when they meet up with a homeless man by the name of Joe T McKinney that looks a lot like their dead father. Things go from helping others to helping themselves and life lessons are learned in this gripping family film.
Alice is a troubled girl who wakes in the middle of the night behind the wheel of a '67 Mustang that she has crashed into a light pole. She finally arrives at her destination-- a seedy desert motel where a clandestine meeting was to take place three hours earlier. There she's pestered by a concerned and talkative salesman. Alice's intuition tells her the salesman isn't as harmless as he seems.
An elderly man reflects on his life and the paths he has taken.
An urban snapshot of the dreams, and hard realities, of a blue-collar father struggling the 9-5.
An unexpected solar-anomaly forces a college student to decide how to spend his last minutes on earth.
A young woman's fantasy takes an unexpected turn.
Santa's stealthiest elves are enlisted by Mrs. Claus to retrieve a mysterious item hidden the office of Santa Claus. Can the duo acquire the target in time, or will they be discovered by the big guy and doomed to placement on the naughty list?
A struggling newlywed couple come clean with their infidelities. They decide the only way to get a fresh start and be truly faithful is to kill those they have had affairs with.
A visual journey into the mind of a grieving woman and her drug-induced hallucinations following the tragic death of her lover.
'Justice...Old School' At the end of his life, the deadliest gunfighter of the Old West is given a choice: Hell or redemption. He chooses redemption and God's Archangel transports him to modern day Los Angeles to serve bloody, frontier justice on the worst dregs of society.
MTV and SciFi Channel veteran, Voltaire, takes a dark look at gift-giving and the negative effect it has on the Earth in this one-minute Christmas parable.
When Sally finds herself alone in a group of people all dealing with their own issues in a hospital waiting room, she becomes a reflection of herself. Through an unlikely meeting she realizes that she has to let go of her past and set herself free.
"ZOE'S DAY" is a short film that chronicles what should have been a typical afternoon for seven-year-old Zoe and her devoted father Bill. Together Zoe and her dad romp through beautiful ...
A young girl deals with her brother's untimely death by adopting an unusual drug habit: injecting gasoline intravenously.
Who will find on a typical day at the neighborhood salon?
A raw, compelling glimpse into a young man's charmingly ill-conceived scheme to redeem himself in the eyes of his ex-girlfriend. Ron lures Carol back to his apartment under the pretense that he is going to return her favorite mug. When it seems this will be their last moment together, Ron desperately maneuvers to strike a chord with her in his own uniquely heartfelt way.
Based on paranormal events at the "Hanging Tree" in Patchogue, a small Long Island town. Hanging Tree was a place where accused witches were hanged during colonial times. Since then, there ...
A shy boy wants to ask out a girl on a date - but how can he know what she'd like to do, or what kind of activity would be best suited for getting to know her?
Jared Funari I Am the Moon: Directed, shot, and edited by J.D. Funari Official music video for 'I Am the Moon' from Jared Funari's debut album, You Are the Sun
An endearing vagabond tries to sell his used wares on a NYC street corner to no avail. Laid out on his blanket is a smattering of "junk" for him to sell. Everything including old books and magazines to jewelry, playing cards, refrigerator magnets, a transistor radio, used 45 records. His pitch is his mantra, Yo, I Got Stuff! Will he make a sale? Will he be told to "move along" by NYC's finest? Or will he just have to contend with having a "really bad day" of no sales and loneliness? And who really cares?
A man gets one arm of a woman who he fell in love, just one night. After that a man has a tragic nightmare because of one arm. The background of this story is 1960's in Japan. It was the last period that Japonism and specific moral had remained in ordinary people and their life after world war II.
An evil half-superhero, half-vampire creature seeks the hand of the daughter of the Mayor of Innocentville; she only loves her lowly chicken-feed boy, who is seeking revenge on his ...
All is not what it seems when Lucy and Dane conspire a breakout from their mythical island cells.
A clumsy and hapless young man gets abducted by a beautiful and naive alien girl.
Based on the short story 'The Finest Story in the World' by: Rudyard Kipling. A disgruntled and depressed Hollywood punch up writer tries to change his ways and write an original script. Writers block and self loathing take over until a half-wit Malibu surfer dude comes along with the most amazing story ever told. Knowing this story could propel him to fame and fortune the writer seizes the moment and begins to write the story only to be taken on a mystical journey himself.
An isolated elderly woman, in desperate need of stimulation, conjures an infestation of silk-spinning caterpillars, thus leading her to a mind-bending epiphany. 'Caterpillar' is a cerebral drama, filmed in the historical Wynkoop House, famous for housing George Washington. The crew consists of highly esteemed artists working across a wide spectrum of disciplines. This includes special effects artist, Ben Bornstein (300, The Fighter), visual effects artist Greg Silverman (Black Swan), and editor, Corey Bayes (Haywire, Contagion, The Informant, Che). From storyline through production, Caterpillar is an ode to the creative process. This film is a must-see for anyone who has ever submitted to their imagination and felt transformed by an idea.
This instructional film teaches parents how to talk to their children about sex.
38:50 follows Andrew and John, two co-workers who hike into the woods to face a difficult decision.
Philip Marlow is the apotheosis of the cynical private detective: laconic ex-cop, six-feet of iron man, steely glare in a cheap suit. "Trouble is my business," says Marlow, whose latest business arrives in the form of a femme-fatale loaded with money and sin. When Helen Dabney hires him to retrieve a stolen coin, Marlow ends up in the cross-hairs of crooked cops and a homicidal collector. Inspired by the fiction of Raymond Chandler, MacGuffin is a film-noir that poses one big question: How much do you know about numismatics?