An arthritic jazz guitarist finds something living in his neglected home studio.
Inspired by Gogol’s short story of the same name, The Nose follows Phillip, a voyeuristic hermit who spends his days watching unwitting neighbors through TV screens. When Charles, one of his victims, happens upon the camera in his kitchen, the nose falls right off of Phillips’ face. After Phillip anxiously makes the choice to get rid of it, a run in with Charles further complicates things. Phillip struggles to ignore the results of his actions—to disastrous ends. In an age where information is given out and consumed like candy, The Nose asks audiences to come to terms with a fundamental question: what do you give up, when you give in?
A mysterious narrator recounts a memorable commuter moment.
Four quarry-men are driven insane by the magical properties of the clock.
A girl finds an old telephone in an art museum, hits the redial button, and leaves a message for the stranger on the other end.
Distinguishing itself through innovative format, and raw emotion, this "FilmTrack" to Lindsay Katt's new Musical Record "The Avant-Gardener" is tackling new ground on the frontier of artistic visual storytelling/Experimental Film.
Captured through the lens of ten interlocking musical vignettes, (each produced in a different style of filmmaking) we follow the story of a young artist’s life, through the trials and challenges of self discovery. We experience this journey through time, space, and her subconscious mind, as we are invited to explore themes of connection, purpose, and the complexity of the human spirit.