Directed By: Christopher Schaap
WINNER: Best Feature Film - Iris Prize Festival 2017
WINNER: New Vision Award - Cinequest Film & VR Festival 2017
WINNER: Alternative Spirit Award (Grand Prize) - Rhode Island International Film Festival 2017
Official Selection: Seattle International Film Festival, Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival, Frameline Film Festival, Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film Festival, Newfest New York LGBT Film Festival, TLVFest, Reeling Chicago LGBT Film Festival, Austin Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, Outshine Film Festival
Directed By: Stephanie Sellars and Ben Feuer. Currently in post production
Lust Life is not just a groundbreaking project – a sex-positive, polyamorous film based on the writer’s personal experiences – it’s a nuanced exploration of contemporary relationships. By placing raw characters in a stylish world of hedonistic parties and negotiated intimacy, Lust Life will not only show people what it is to be poly, for an hour and a half they will inhabit the world and heart of Veronica Willow as played by her creator Stephanie Sellars.
Directed By: Dani Tenenbaum
Landing Up tells the story of a girl with nothing to lose and everything to hide. The project was a finalist for the 2016 Tribeca Film Institute All Access Grant. The film stars Ben Rappaport (Mr. Robot, Outsourced, Fiddler on Broadway), E'dena Hines, Dov Tiefenbach, Theodora Woolley and filmmaker Stacey Maltin.
All She Wrote
Directed By: Idalina Leandro
“All She Wrote” is an inspirational story of a group of talented, passionate, brave women, who stand up for what they believe in and make their voices heard though the art of graffiti. Thriving in what’s long been a male-dominated subculture of the art world, these exceptional women are strong, spirited and proud - and they refuse to be silent! Contrasting the stark differences between life in western and eastern societies, we follow these women in their native environment as they continue to make their mark — on walls, in alleyways, on trains, and wherever their message can be seen. Whether political or social, all of them contribute to the ongoing fight for women’s rights, while trying to affect change in their communities through a shared passion and medium: graffiti.