Dir. Robert Greene.
Nominated for Best Costume Design by the American Independent Film Awards.
Actress Kate Lyn Sheil prepares to portray the role of Christine Chubbuck, a real-life news reporter who took her own life on national television in 1974.
dir. Oliver Irving
A paranormal-obsessed man mounts his own investigation into the beyond with his depressed best friend, misfit nephew, a cable access medium and an overeager security guard.
dirs. Jennifer Prediger and Jess Weixler
Two codependent roommates, on the verge of eviction, flee New York for the promise of sunshine in Los Angeles where their friendship is tested by a chance at fame, a fortune teller and an amorous wealthy aunt.
dir. Henry Barrial
Jack Maldonado is an ambitious young Latino man who fueled by misguided nostalgia, buys a small apartment building in the Bronx and moves his boisterous family into the apartments to live rent-free. His parents, Carlos and Martha, sister Nadia, brother Richie and his wife Rosa, Grandmother/Abuela and cousins Hector and Manny, all under one roof. Tension builds quickly as Jack imposes his views on everyone around him, including his fiancee, Lily. All the while, he hides the fact that his corner store is a front for selling marijuana but soon has to deal with new unwanted competitive forces. It’s only a matter of time before Jack’s family and ‘business’lives collide in tragic fashion.
dir. May Adrales
written by Qui Nguyen
set design by Hui Chen
lighting design by Seonyoung Ma
NYU Tisch Grad Acting, Atlas Theater
A brave, funny, theatrical exploration into rare mental disorders, Five Days Till Saturday explores the lens through which the ‘abnormal’ see the world.