Twists and turns as a clever policeman investigates the death of an abusive businessman who has recently divorced his wife and taken custody of their only child, by revealing her past as a porn star. LAURA LOHNER is his prime suspect in a web of S&M games filled with prostitutes and high class hookers. There’s one problem: Laura has the perfect motive…but she also has the perfect alibi.
When FRANK LOHNER is found shot dead execution style, with six bullets to his body and an unconscious (and drugged) beautiful prostitute at his side, DETECTIVE ADAMS suspects Laura Lohner and sets out to question STAR, the young prostitute about her connections to Laura. As he delves deeper into the suspicious connections between the two women, the detective sets a trap to catch Laura in the act of pulling strings. He convinces Star she too is a victim, even though Laura has been the only one to protect her from her vicious ex-boyfriend SID…who coincidentally acted with Laura back in the day.
As Detective Adams closes in on Laura, he is convinced he can get her to confess, and save Star from her obsession with the manipulative Laura.
But who is playing whom? And who is the real victim?
Benjamin Haad is a 30-year old native New Yorker. He drives a cab in post 9/11 New York City in order to support his obsession for acting, in spite of his Muslim parents’ demand for him to get a real job, get married and get a “life”. But Ben has no time for love and certainly no desire to look for it. He’s headed for Hollywood and nothing’s going to get in his way. Enter Helen Clark, 28, beautiful, smart, and an aspiring photographer irresistible and their relationship rapidly blossoms into something wonderful. Chaos ensues when we discover that Ben is under investigation by the F.B.I. who believes that he may be part of a terrorist sleeper cell that is planning an attack on the citizens of New York. Ben leads a confused group of agents on a merry chase through the streets of dumb shmuck trying to land a role in a Tom Cruise movie. Ben and Helen’s relationship comes to an abrupt HALT when Helen’s father, a high-ranking retired General, warns her of Ben’s clandestine activities and spirits her away to a secret hiding place leaving the two lovers heart-broken. Helen questions the evidence, which seems irrefutable - or is it? Is Ben a terrorist, a cab driver or just another wannabe actor who cant see past his own cue cards. All is revealed in the final, frenetic surprise ending.
It’s last call and the bachelorette of the hour, Denise, and her bff’s Shannon and Leah are winding down. What should be a quick trip to the powder room before calling it a night turns out to be life altering. Denise and her friends catch her fiancé and another woman using the bathroom stall for a purpose which it definitely was not intended. The engagement is off.
Months later, Denise and Shannon return to the scene of the crime for happy hour, which turns out to be anything but happy, as Denise’s motive is to get permanent closure. Through a comedy of errors, her mission is thwarted by the powder room attendant.
When perennial “it girl” Callie (Jacqui Purvis) seeks a favour from her hyper-controlling celebrity chef ex, Karl (Damien Strouthos) , a barely contained explosion follows, but Callie is hardly innocent and blazes a trail of emotional destruction of her own. To what lengths would you be prepared to go, to get a seemingly unimportant gift for someone you love? Callie goes to extremes. In life, in love and in this quest. It’s a story about love. But mostly it’s a story about the damage we can cause to those who care about us most.
BULLY is a new dramatic musical about Sam Bradley, a young man who commits suicide after being repeatedly bullied in school. The story follows Sam and the lives of those around him in the days leading up to and following his suicide.
David and Beth have both moved to New York from other cities. David, satirical and jaded, is recovering from a brutal divorce; Beth, idealistic but wounded, is nursing the pain of the boyfriend who left her. When the two meet, they share an instant connection, which is only strengthened by their mutual failures at love. But over the course of a single evening, their encounter turns from casual fling to something more complicated, as emotional baggage opens and secrets come out. As they seek to bury the pain of the past and try their hands at love in a new city, will they find happiness together or more heartbreak?
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.
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.
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.
Based on modern day, real world events, this award winning short film follows a young man’s experience through a well intentioned but deeply flawed American mental health system. Described as "highly topical, visionary and powerful”, Disorder questions everything we’ve been led to believe about mental illness, our modern treatment methods and whether they may sometimes go horribly wrong.
A seasoned thief, Stan, pulls together two mismatched men for a big payoff heist. Slade, is ruthless and dangerous; a man to be feared. His unwilling partner, Lee, is a timid, desperate accountant. During the commission of the crime, their true intentions come to light with wildly unexpected results.
Bishop, a local panhandler, is the neighborhood showman. He strikes up a conversation with Jeff, who is also an artist but may not quite have the charisma or the know-how. Bishop has never met a stage he does not like and seizes an opportunity to show Jeff a thing or two. But does the tune change when it is Jeff's home turf?