Adam Adamson is a homeless real estate agent. This is his promotional video.
When Jack misreads Stephanie's flirting, he prepares for a romantic date.
After tripping over her dog and dying, a struggling actress wakes up in a virtual purgatory and waits for her mind to be downloaded into a new body.
Summer down the shore. It's a typical day for Jake and his friends; they drink, smoke weed, play video games, and roast the weakest link in the room—the same things they've always done. But with an unclear future ahead and a past that feels all too distant, Jake begins to question what's next.
Welcome to Action Park: A lawless amusement park in 1980s New Jersey that lay somewhere between Lord of the Flies and a Saw movie.
But rather than scaring patrons away, the park's dangerous reputation only served to lure them in. And decades later, the park's survivors look back at it with a mix of awe, nostalgia, and horror.
He's the no nonsense cop who's going to kick crime in the ass. Then he's going to treat that ass for minor injuries and any abrasions it may have received.
The story of a young boy's quest in proving his worth to his older brother.
An offbeat NYC dog walker fears that one of her clients—a dog—might be in danger. As the owner’s behavior towards the pet and and the dog walker worsens, she must decide whether to protect the dog or herself.
A romantic comedy that centers around Ryan (Richard Summers-Calvert) a son dealing with an internal battle regarding the inevitable loss of his Mother, and Sunny (Kate Lister) who is on the autistic spectrum; desperate to escape the suffocating life that is depicted for her by her overbearing parents. Both characters find themselves isolated, car-sharing to a funeral in Scottland. They have 3 days to get to know each other and subsequently feel comfortable in their own skin.
EAT THE RAINBOW is a musical fable about an odd yet kind man named Bayani who moves into a conservative suburban neighborhood and disrupts the otherwise comfortable homogeny. He doesn’t look or act like anyone else which causes fear and panic and eventually a demand for him to leave the neighborhood. Cousin Wonderlette befriends Bayani and together they take on the opposition led by manipulative and unscrupulous realtor Lobelia Gerber.
Two sisters are on a job to deliver packages to a town in the mountains. The young pup finds a chest of gold bars buried in the snow, only to find out that it was stolen by a bandit with a bounty on his head. The bandit chases the dogs down the mountain, only to end up captured. The dogs are fired from their jobs but end up winning reward money for catching the thief.
2003. Cellphones now have phones on them. You can take a picture of something and send it to someone else. One man is about to be the first to send a picture of something of his to someone else. What could go wrong?
Following a graduation celebration, a Chinese student goes on one last date to say goodbye to his secret American boyfriend. They want to hide their bittersweet romance forever from their parents. What they do not know, however, is that their parents have their own secrets too.
Teleported to an unfamiliar world, an insecure teenager must chase after his kid-genius stepsister and return her home before their mom gets back from dinner.
HighBread is a Serio-comedy about Jai who wants to open the first of its kind Pot bakery in Boston despite being an expelled international student from Boston University, having over-controlling, interfering and orthodox parents alongside an expired US visa.
The first episode is about Jai and how he overcomes the obstacle of always being controlled by his surroundings and finally makes a decision for himself which leads us to the franchise of the whole series.
The series is about bringing diverse cultures together to create a comedy that breaks stereotypes about different societies in both India and the United States with some sweet and savory pot induced, baked goods from both the Indian and American heritage on the streets of the educational hub of the world, Boston.
After the worst day of his life, Greg meets Jenny on a park bench where they engage in a little game of "Who had the worst day?"
Life to the Lees is a short film which focuses on one day in the life of Alex, a successful queer advertising saleswoman, who is in the midst of a crisis in her personal life. Alex's story is told through a series of phone calls which reveal her strengths but later when she Skypes her daughter we realize why she is living out of a hotel and what brought her to this moment.
Aidan was once the talk of Hollywood. But fame is fickle, and thanks to a mix of bad luck and bad behavior, he now finds himself stuck in a hole, playing the lead role in his little brother's directorial film debut in which his character is literally trapped in a hole in the ground. Ill-equipped and in vain he struggles to escape a twisted family power dynamic and a complex sibling rivalry turned on its head.
Two old friends embark on a mission in an abandoned warehouse. They follow the clues that lead them to discover secrets about each other... as they prepare to meet... THE MESSENGER.
This comedy-adventure follows Carla, a stripper, who discovers she has the power to resurrect the dead. When news of her powers hits the news, local religious zealots try to bring her down. This is a superhero tale about accepting that modern day miracles can happen in unexpected places.
Based on real events, real people, and real things they actually said, MY DINNER WITH WERNER is a wildly bizarre and wacky story about a 1987 dinner date with a murder plot as the main dish.
In 1973, the host of The Tonight Show, Johnny Carson, made a joke that toilet paper was going out of stock. By the next day, stores across the country were completely sold out.
This is the story of the first day of the toilet paper crisis.
An eccentric Italian father and his son set out to start their own pasta sauce company. But can they cut it in the merciless world of New York gourmet?
After learning he has an abnormally small brain, John is prescribed a gun to kill himself. Unfortunately, he learns a gunshot to the head is not quite sufficient for his affliction.
A celebratory night between friends ends in discoveries that no one was prepared to face, and each of them end up questioning what it means to be perfect.
Tensions rise in the RiverPoints Community Playroom, as thirteen diverse Garden Club members slog through a never-ending bi-annual meeting run by the self-appointed leader Wang Fang. Interspersed between the meeting and its sudden unexpected turn are interviews with the gossipy New Age couple, the Frenchman and his alcoholic wife, the Old timers, the Millennial newcomers, and others.
When an internationally acclaimed poet from Belarus with a frozen waffle obsession encounters a Honduran immigrant, a secret from the poet’s past threatens to engulf both men.
In a period-positive world, late bloomer Margot wakes up one morning to learn that her best friend Karli has gotten her first period. This makes Margot the last of her friend group to not have her period yet, and she is not happy about it. She decides to fake her period in order to use the special, lavish period bathroom with her friends at school.
Girls love princesses, and Bree is no exception. As a struggling but positive actress, she started her own children’s birthday party company, living out her fantasies of being of princess. When Jess, a very practical and feminist writer, is assigned to do a story on female role models, she follows Bree to parties to see if princesses are still ideal heroes for little girls.
A rough-hewn Mennonite witnesses a meteor rip apart the skies on his farm, leaving behind a smoking crater filled with glowing corn husks. A lesbian couple unknowingly distributes the corn to un-suspecting Brooklynites through their food truck. An FDA agent with FBI dreams tries to track down a mysterious pod he’s only seen on Instagram. A woman in the midst of a late-20’s crisis is cleaning toilets when she starts noticing her co-workers changing.
Each of them has a key to the puzzle.
But can they figure out a way to stop an alien invasion before it’s too late? Or will they, too, succumb to the pods’ alluring glow? And how will they tell the difference between a Snatcher and a regular Brooklyn weirdo?
When a power outage threatens Landry Family Furniture’s final “Going Out of Business” sale, Martha, the matriarch, attempts to reconnect the power and her fractured family.
After attending their friends' perfect wedding, Christine is forced to consider the future of her own relationship when her hopeless romantic boyfriend Alex proposes. When Christine is unable to say yes, Alex makes it worse by giving her an ultimatum: either get engaged or break up right now.
Zoe, a burnt-out DJ at a small karaoke dive bar in Brooklyn, is shocked to discover the newest song added to the bars karaoke queue is one performed by Nevin, a childhood friend of hers. As customers pour into Karaoke Night to sing the latest hit, Zoe reflects on her friendship with Nevin, where we learn the song was inspired by an old inside joke theirs.
As the bassist of the three-piece punk-rock band, DUH, Judy dreams of quitting her job and touring full time. But when the band finds themselves on their first tour with a man-eating hillbilly for a roadie the "gig life" is filled with nightmares and half-eaten bodies.
Comedy Series Pilot: On the brink of financial ruin and about to lose his life's work, Dr. Fritz must use all of his brilliance to battle an evil insurance company to save his practice. Pushed to commit medical fraud, he will have to decide between his medical integrity and his practice while patients and his staff all hang in the balance. A satirical comedy for our times.
Living Proof Pictures is proud to present this Juvenalian satire centering on two Gingers-- one a recent widow and the other her mother-in-law as they struggle with recent loss. As we careen through this lucid nightmare with them, we are faced with the bizarre, darkly comedic and terrifying realization that sometimes our most true selves aren't always our best selves.
Infamous New York City talent agent, Yvette Slosch (LINDA LAVIN), is determined to make a star out of her newest client, jazz violinist, Aaron Weinstein (HIMSELF). She refuses to let Aaron's lack of name recognition, jazz's dwindling fan base, or the 2020 global pandemic get in her way. As the pandemic rages, Yvette's schemes to keep Aaron's career afloat become increasingly convoluted, testing her abilities as an agent and her friendship with Aaron.
A newly divorced attorney on the verge of coming out meets a flirtatious rocker in a record store, and together, they try for a second chance at love.
A marriage desperately chasing the resolution of a never-ending argument receive a spark of hope from an unconventional counselor.
FLESH & BONE is a narrative short set to music about a man with many hobbies who lives contentedly alone until one day he looks out the window and longs for more. The story is set to "The Robot Song" by Tony-nominated composer, Joe Iconis.
A woman craving connection during Covid, reaches out to her ex-girlfriend. When she's invited over, they awkwardly navigate whether or not they’re willing to drop their masks to reignite their romance.
Margie is excited to lay down her new area rug when she realizes they sent her the wrong one. Her frustration turns to confusion though when a piece of trash that touches the rug turns into a potted plant. Margie experiments and soon realizes that the rug can turn more than garbage into something beautiful.
INTERROBANG is a comedy anthology series about the intersection of love, sex, and anxiety. Each episode follows a couple after sex and answers the question: “Am I lovable even if…?”
A paranoid, stay-at-home husband grows suspicious of his next door neighbor
Jane lands a date with a boy-- a typical high school romance. But come date night, Jane receives a mysterious handwritten note in a fortune cookie...
A student recounts his time in a school club involving a group of social awkward kids who take interest in martial arts and ninjas. As two members of the club conflict over trivial manners, the entire club falls into disarray. With the help of raw eggs, the club completely falls apart and the members of the club go their separate ways.
Maeve, an unknown female music producer in Boston, struggles to earn the respect of a famous client with a big secret.
Different day, same routine: we all know the never-ending story of laundry. In this silent short film that hearkens back to the Hollywood heyday of the early 20th Century, Megan and Alex struggle with the mundane task that is laundry-- especially when they learn a baby is on the way...
Two sisters pontificate on the lives they could have led while observing the current guest staying in their family's vacation home in upstate New York.
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