Manifest: The Chryzinium Era is a 2017 American science fiction short film drama, written, directed and produced by Rick Lord, Phillip Wade and Tim Wade, in which Madison and her father are outcasts in a society ruled by an alien civilization. Survival is becoming more difficult, forcing Madison to make a decision that will change her life forever. The film stars Phoebe Jacobs, Rick Lord and Tim Wade.
Stella, a space mechanician, has broken down and ended on a desert planet. While she is in despair, a little girl appears out of nowhere. Following the child into a tunnel, in the depths of the planet, she discovers a big cave full of objects that belonged to her, reminding her the dreams she has left behind.
Rick is a young man living in a nice apartment who seems to be having difficulty going outside ever since his girlfriend mysteriously left. The people around him seem to be trying to push him toward leaving the apartment and moving on with his life, but not everything is as it appears to be.
The Laughing Man references Scott Snyder’s “Death of the Family” Batman comic and takes place in a psychiatric facility where a new, unidentified arrival is being questioned. Viewers are taken on a tense excursion into brutal, bloody territory as the dialogue unfurls into a high-stakes role reversal.
When the ultimate prank sends their principal under water, it’s up to Everett, Alyssa and Riley to put their super detective skills to the test, catch the perp, and save their school’s first dance in 40 years.
A family friendly LGBT short film. Connor is out to eat with his family when he sees a married gay couple. He begins to imagine their lives leading up to that point. What was it like for them to meet? To come out of the closet to parents? To have their first gay kiss? Through this daydream, Connor reflects on his own future and identity.
“Want to hear the most bone chilling story ever told? The last man on earth sits alone in a room. With no one, and nothing to do, he reflects on his life. Then there is a knock on the door. This story always got me thinking, if you are the last person alive, there is nowhere left to hide.”