A Cry For Help is a documentary that tells the story of Ajane AJ Burt, a young man with a bright future ahead of him, dealing with depression and family tragedy that ultimately leads to him taking his own life.
Bleeding Kansas: The Border War is a film about a series of violent confrontations in the United States between 1854 and 1861 which emerged from a political and ideological debate over the legality of slavery in the proposed state of Kansas.
Contradiction addresses the saturation of churches in African American communities coexisting with poverty and powerlessness. Why are there so many churches yet so many problems? Is there a correlation between high praise and low productivity?
Holy Hierarchy explains how the belief in a Supreme Being in colonial Virginia led to notions of supreme human beings and how these notions morphed their way into the legal system; ultimately creating racism and turning it into an institution.
There is no denying the impact the show Knight Rider had on audiences in the 80s. For four seasons we were introduced to the Lone crusader, Michael Knight and his technologically advanced car K.I.T.T (Knight Industries Two Thousand) the man and machine.
It’s New Year’s Eve, Jillian is about to make a monumental resolution. She is giving up one of her two favorite things: Wine or Coffee. As she struggles to make up her mind, Wine and Coffee try to convince her that the other should be the one to go. When Jillian is ready to leave for the party, she announces her decision.
Carlo and Claudia are a married couple in the midst of a heated argument regarding a suspicion of infidelity, but they had previously made an agreement that neither one of them could leave their bedroom until any conflict has been resolved, acknowledging a plot device in the 1941 Alfred Hitchcock film, ‘Mr. and Mrs. Smith.’ Claudia is determined to honor this rule despite Carlo’s insisting that the idea was merely stated in jest. As Carlo proceeds to insult Claudia’s supposed lack of cinematic knowledge, it soon becomes apparent that the language of film is something they are both well versed in. What is not readily apparent is whether their conflict is real, or the product of art. Secrets, lies and the roles couples play. For better or worse. This is ‘Marital Arts.’
Have you ever thought about what it would be like to get beaten and mugged all while trying to maintain your 6 feet’ social distance during this Covid-19 season? Of course, you haven’t, because, frankly, who has? Sit back and enjoy a comedy short film about social distancing.
A documentary about a Brooklyn comedian Rasheed Thurmond, who passed away in 2007, left the comedy world in shock. Known for his appearance on Bad Boys of Comedy and Def Comedy Jam, Rasheed was on his way to becoming one of the next great comedy legends.
Sifu is the martial art movie you’ve always wanted to play! Ever wondered what it would be like as an actual movie? Sloclap partnered with director Christopher Clark Cowan (youtube RivenX3i) to bring SIFU to live-action in this short film shot in LA. Discover our main character as he hunts down Fajar, one of the assassins who killed his father. Sifu is the new game of Sloclap, the independent studio behind Absolver. A third-person action game featuring intense hand-to-hand combat, it puts you in control of a young Kung-Fu student on a path of revenge.
Debbie is a suburbanite being pursued by a masked assailant in the deceptively peaceful streets of her quaint subdivision. As for the Neighborhood Watch…unfortunately for Debbie, that’s all they’re doing.
Four individuals awaken in a locked cell with no recollection of who they are and how they got there. They start to blame each after their emotions start to run away with them when their attempts to escape fail. After a woman mysteriously appears in the room they suspect that there is a way out after all. But after one of them is taken away in a horrific fashion, the remaining prisoners must act quickly to figure out where they are and how to escape as they realize that the real threat may be in the cell with them and not on the other side of a locked door.
As the years persist and current events always change the course of history, the perspective and attitude of how society views humor, jokes, and comedy constantly fluctuate. But how far does a joke have to go to be fully considered “too far?”
Originating on stage as part of Chelsea Repertory’s E-merging Artists Play Festival, written by Angelo Berkowitz and directed by Anthony Marinelli, Walt Whitman Never Paid For It tells the story of a semi-employed, would-be poet (played by Berkowitz) and the contentious relationship with his hoodlum brother (Joseph Cassese) as they grapple over a Ukrainian prostitute (Amanda Greer) in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn.