In the near future, Mia (Sunita Mani), a young social worker, travels to a small community to administer behavior-modifying "patches" that guarantee happiness. She must decide what to do when Kaleigh (Audrey Bennett), a precocious 10-year old girl, refuses to accept the patch.
A mischievous mommy support group stumbles into a hilarious series of misadventures on the mean streets of yuppie Brooklyn, rubbing elbows with the actual mafia, and fighting a turf war with their nemesis Yoga Bitch.
After her relationship abruptly ends, a woman isolates herself in a new apartment and attempts to rebuild her life. Her sister recommends a pop-wellness, self-help guide that focuses on organizing, tidying, and simplifying life, written by an artist-turned-newsletter writer-turned influencer. As she falls deeper into the world of the book, the woman finally feels in control of her life for the first time in years - but nothing can stop her as she attempts to obtain, and maintain, An Aspirational Space.
Pandora’s Box is a fantasy dark humor about a middle aged comatose woman Pandora who still has active brain functions. Doctors include her in a research program where they place a wireless chip in her brain with the hopes that she would be able to connect online from her mind. Pandora surprises her loved ones when she reveals secrets she kept inside her whole life.
"Final Callback" is a surreal nightmare that follows an actress into a Kafkaesque audition that pushes her to the limits of her sanity to land the lead role in a feature film. Inspired by a shocking experience writer/director Jeff Ayars had at a callback in the spring of 2018.
In this dark comedy we follow a young woman who has secluded herself in her palatial estate from any human interaction. When she hires a handyman in the hopes of relieving her lack of companion ship, she finds herself overwhelmed with attachment to this man which quickly snowballs when he attempts to leave the estate.