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This technique-based film tells a life story in 600 distinct shots of Jane Lloyd, an English-born, Hollywood actress. Shot on 8mm, 16mm, 35mm, and digital video, the narrative is expressed with images of her written name over the course of her life-a unique point of view that paints her portrait in revealing detail. You will never again look at our own name in the same way. | Read MoreMusic
Janie and Jerome: THE LAST NOTE is one in a series of adventures featuring spirited preschooler Janie, her beloved teddy bear, Jerome, and Janie's vivid, slightly surreal dreams. In this story, Janie is stymied in her efforts to play a song she's been practicing on the piano. The culprit: an elusive final note. | Read MoreAnimation
Directed By: Ronan Burke, Ishai Setton, and Rob Burke
When Jack and Jill's baby began crying incessantly, they thought it was a phase. Nine months later, they were still hoping. Sitting on a park bench, Jack can't imagine his life will ever be normal again. If only that baby didn't cry so much. If only they had a baby like everyone else's. Just as they are about to lose hope, Fate decides to lend Jack a helping hand...This fun-loving short that calls to mind Look Who's Talking is sure to go over big with anyone who went through a "phase" in their youth. | Read MoreComedy
I had the world against me from day one. My mom committed suicide when I was 4 months old. But my story brightened when Beverly entered my life. Beverly was a Jamaican woman who was hired to be my nanny, but ultimately became my mom. Beverly contrasted with the rest of my family, since they were Jewish, and also because they didnâ??t recognize that she was more to me than a nanny. Mentor: Michael â??Boogieâ? Pinckney | Read MoreDocumentary
Academy Award®-nominee Don Cheadle and his family travel to Africa in order to examine the lives of northern Uganda's "night commuters." These are children who must flee their homes every night in order to avoid being kidnapped and forced to fight for the rebel Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), which has abducted more than 30,000 children over the last two decades. This is the story of several of these children, as seen through the eyes of an American family. | Read MoreDocumentary