Directed by Michael A. Krehan (USA, 2017, 17 min.). Digital.
A street-smart hustler uses his invention to give people extraordinary skills for a few hours but finds himself in trouble when the wrong people hear about it.
Directed by Daniel Novarro (USA, 2017, 6 min.). Digital.
When a greedy landlord attempts to unfairly evict Abulea, she must use the powers of Latino parenting to protect her grandson and her home.
The Hip Hop Kid
Directed by Ron Duncan (USA, 2017, 26 min.). Digital.
Under LA’s famous but now defunct 14th Street Bridge, a hungry and rambunctious young Hip-Hop hopeful (Michael Douglas Goodman) seeks the guidance of a down-and-out, old-school Hip-Hop great, Kango (Phillip E. Walker). But the wannabe rapper finds far more than he bargained for when he meets Sunny (Salina Marie Carter), an attractive, edgy, female skateboarder who tears the house down.
Directed by Ken Lin (USA, 2017, 8 min.). Digital.
A local sushi bar becomes the stage for a spicy reckoning when two inept robbers take a gamble with defiant patrons, and their own uncertain future.
Directed by Sanicole Young (USA, 2017, 15 min.). Digital.
Amari, a gifted 9 year old with mind-reading capabilities, is waiting patiently for her dad to come home and teach her how to ride her bike without training wheels. Her father gets home but is distracted by Mom’s concerns about some belongings missing from the house. Amari watches as her parents grow more and more frustrated with each other and Dad storms out. Curious to learn her father’s whereabouts, Amari uses her power to get more information from her mom while she takes a phone call at the dinner table. It seems that her father is on 43rd Street. The very next day, Amari ditches school and sets off on an adventure to bring her father home.