A story of two star-crossed lovers in ancient Vietnam. Baeed on a traditional folk tale and adapted for animation in a style inspired by local Asian art styles.
When a Mars colony’s comm satellite is damaged, Emilia Riley embarks on a seemingly harmless repair excursion. A shuttle malfunction cuts connectivity to the ground and Chris, her son, makes the knee jerk decision to go after her.
Neither Caco’s physical limitations nor his overprotective parents can stop him from setting off on a river adventure even though he has no idea where it will take him.
With letters something of an endangered species in this new digital age, “Mail.Man” dramatically illustrates their continued importance in a moving but light-hearted fashion, with modern technology still playing an important role. Inspired by a character-driven nod to Frank Capra, the story unfolds through the endearing experience of a veteran mail carrier, with a twist that could make text-obsessed viewers rediscover the power and beauty of a well written letter or email.
Charles and Amy quietly prepare their late father’s cabin for sale.
A death row warden has supervised countless executions throughout his long career. He separates himself from the emotions they evoked with a wall of procedures and lies which he repeated so often that he convinced himself to believe in them. It is the young convict, Kevin Barlow, who holds the keys to his humanity.
The Double Cross is a silent black and white comedy short set in the 1920s, where our hero is a young waiter for hire who gets caught up in a murder plot during a party and eventually rescues the damsel in distress.