Wonder Woman (1975)episode 1 is familiar at first, but the quirky ‘70s presentation of 1940s Washington feels refreshing in our time of superhero-fatigue.
Sissy Sorcery is a performance-based piece on transgender intimacy and identity affirmation, reclaiming the representation present in adult movies.
Tokyo Pop is an endearing trip from New York to Tokyo through a reproduction of the underground music scenes in 1980s Japan and America.
Flying Clipper is an enticing, humbling, inspiring journey, following a crew of sailors from the North Sea to the Mediterranean.
Tailor-fit for a night-in, Dead Hot: Season of the Witch follows Vanessa Hudgens and GG Magree to Salem, capturing their newfound interest in witchcraft.
Mayday is an enigmatic, but certainly unfavourable criticism of war, war movies, and the role of female characters among it all.
Flying Images (1989) is an aptly named eleven-minute movie, featuring a stroboscopic combination of the countryside with pictures of a woman.
Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight 2, for better or worse, tries to step away from the traditional slasher atmosphere of its predecessor.
Fe (1994) abandons genre to follow the plight of those living within a bleak reality similar to our own, before offering a scrap of hope for the future.
Vanishing Point presents an American state-crossing car chase ripe for narrative interpretations and thematic metaphors.