A guest unlocks long-held desires of a couple running a love motel in this new dramatic short from the director of the Sundance hit "The Rat."
A Face in the Crowd: Beck Kitsis Makes a Hell of an Introduction with “The Three Men You Meet at Night”
The filmmakers behind "The Rat" are turning towards the crowd to go the distance with this exciting new horror short about a young woman's long walk home.
A new short currently crowdsourcing on Kickstarter puts an inspired new twist on the haunted house, exposing the inherent sexism of the horror genre.
A Face in the Crowd: Jim Cummings is Bringing Down the Gates for Filmmakers By Opening the Doors to a Short to Feature Lab
The director of "Thunder Road" talks about how he plans to use the success of his debut to spread the wealth of his experience to other filmmakers looking to expand their shorts to features.
A Face in the Crowd: Britni West Seeks a Place of Her Own in “By Now I’ve Lived a Thousand Lives and None of Them Are Mine”
A filmmaker's homecoming to Montana leads to a host of new possibilities, both in life and in art, in this production currently raising funds on Kickstarter.
An accomplished assistant director takes the helm with this timely comedy about transcending barriers, both between burgeoning friends and countries.
A filmmaker who has distinguished herself with compelling tales of marginalized women embarks on her most ambitious to date with this drama about a transgender Filipina immigrant at risk of being deported.
The "Fort Tilden" star is raising funds to raise the dead with this comic thriller featuring her very funny family.
A Face in the Crowd: Colin Healey Aims to Conjure Something Special With “For Entertainment Purposes Only”
The director of the raucous "Homemakers" has turned to the crowd to help with his second feature about a clairvoyant con artist who must figure out how to make her psychic abilities work for real.
With a throwback to '70s exploitation flicks with strong female heroines, an ultra-low budget filmmaker aims to take a big step forward.
Four promising films need your help to get to Austin.
With their actors investing a consierable amount of time and personal experience, Chicago filmmakers hope to finally see characters they can relate to on the big screen.