Around a year ago, I reviewed a short entitled Meet the Author and directed by actor Steve Blackwood (Days of Our Lives, In the Light of the Moon, Beyond the Mask). The comedy taking place in a library and introducing an unpopular author was a pleasant one to watch and revealed Blackwood’s talent at writing […]Short Film Review: “Stuck” (Steve Blackwood, 2020)
Desperate to find the man of her dreams, sweet and plain Ava tries a last ditch effort, speed dating. But the absurd cast of characters she encounters makes her wonder if being single is not so bad after all.
Connor, secretly in love with his best friend Rach, has gotten her an amazing birthday present – something that’s sure to knock her off her feet.
A LITERALLY uplifting short from Closer Productions.
Must watch for anyone expecting a baby, especially those of us who aren’t actually the pregnant one.
Teeny thought it was just another routine babysitting job—until she’s shocked to meet the client. As the day goes on, Teeny decides to become the woman she had no idea she always wanted to be … until she gets caught.
An irreverent and comedic alt-history of the Lazy Susan (that spinning thing on the table at Chinese restaurants), and how one lazy lazy woman changed the restaurant industry forever. Susan’s family restaurant is in trouble: a competing restaurant, Soup Station, moves in next door and, powered by its ingenious innovation (self-serve soup!) business is slow. How can their traditional Chinese restaurant compete? From this humble beginning, the legend of Susan is born.
CAST & CREW Jason Schwartzman Giada Colagrande Written and directed by Wes Anderson Cinematography: Darius Khondji Editing: Stephen Perkins Production Design: Stefano Ortolani Costumes Design: Milena Canonero Music: Alessandro Casella & Randall Poster Production: The Directors Bureau in association with Hi! Production
A nine song visual mixtape following two young stoners into a world of mindless day jobs, petty drug deals and loud ass music.
Featuring Julianna Barwick, Father, Chastity Belt, Ought, Kari Faux, Tony Molina, Pillar Point, Comets on Fire, Jim Sullivan
Craig shouldn’t smoke.