A frazzled young woman prepares to take the hardest test in the world. Thankfully the only thing on the line is everything.
It's the job offer of a lifetime, but is it worth the damage to his relationship?
You Look Great
After secretly struggling with his weight for years, Peter's body shame pushes him further than ever before in pursuit of complete control.
Using dark comedy, You Look Great is an unflinching, intimate look into our addictions, obsessions, and self-consciousness. Our narrative follows Peter—an everyday guy struggling with his weight—over the course of 24 hours, offering a realistic insight into a strangely unrepresented story: that of a man fighting to hide his unhealthy relationship with his body.
Shining the shoes of a walk-in customer, a shiner discovers his client’s dark secret.
Corey is attempting to move forward with his life and take care of his daughter after being abandoned by his drug abusing wife Moriah. On this night he is in for a surprise when there's a sudden knock at the door.
A newly hired barista meets the man of her dreams on the street and instinctively lies about what is paying the bills, but things turn awkward when she discovers his favorite coffee shop is also where she works.
The legacy of a run-down hockey arena is at stake.
For every Bert and Ernie, somebody's got to suck it up and play Bert's left arm. This usually means that somebody is stuck in the main puppeteer's left armpit, playing nothing but one limb. Not a glamorous gig.
Our somebody, appropriately nicknamed Limbs, has had enough when she finds out mid-rehearsal that she hasn't been invited back for the series spinoff. Her chosen family has chosen to move on without her. Limbs' pit in the stomach feeling of loneliness becomes an emotional and explosive tour de force of answer seeking.