Lydia Lane’s “The Cage” offers a personal perspective

One bad decision will alter the course of Courtney’s life forever… From Director Lydia Lane comes a compelling student narrative filled with regret and challenge. Lane drew many inspirations from her […]

Shihadah’s “Northfound” is honest and revealing

Iris and Finn are two sisters with a special affinity for hot dogs and sexy cartoon animals. Devastated by Iris’s recent diagnosis, the two are left to navigate their short […]

“Good Dog” offers a short and sweet approach to love

“Good Dog” has a short and simple premise: a story about a dog and its unconditional love for its owner. Tim Cant is an animator from Australia who has always wanted to make […]

Bellusci’s “Posse” is a beautiful blend of dark and light

When Jenna and company decide to visit a new neighborhood, their reception is less than enthusiastic. Why is everyone staring at them? Must be jealousy. “Posse” is a narrative dark […]

Malatos’s “Family Shadows” is an endearing narrative

Every Friday night at 7 o’clock, Carter walks into the forest, and every single time, his father follows him. While wandering through the shadows, they discover what it means to […]

“We’re Gathered Here” mourns loss with honest compassion

From Director Brock Lewandowski comes the story of a former jock who spends the day of his step-father’s funeral eulogizing his childhood pets, dragging his sister along to relive some […]

“Fault Lines” experiments with unique cinematography

“Fault Lines” is an experimental student film from director Amanda Wong. Wong is an interdisciplinary artist from Philadelphia, PA and a recent graduate from Rhode Island School of Design. She […]

2017 MWFF Short Film Session #2

2017 MWFF Short Film Session #2 – Full Program The 2017 MWFF World Film Fest continues on Friday with their Short Film Session #2 on Friday, August 25th at 2pm! […]

Gonzalez’s “Osha’s Gift” is a beautiful art form

Ashwaq Abdullah is a successful Emarati artist who discovers a new sense of what art means by attending an art therapy session and befriending Osha, a very special girl. Director […]

Dawson’s “Firework” does everything but slack off

From Director David Dawson comes the story of two slackers embarking on a relaxing getaway over the 4th of July weekend, only to find the seclusion slowly chipping away at […]