Host: Brad Sherwood.
The opening of "Dead End" is a nail-biter of a sequence that creates great expectations, but this French-Canadian policier never delivers on its early promise. Joanne Arseneau's script teases viewers…
Smartly written, ably performed and keenly observed, "Spin the Bottle" is a delectable character study that finds five friends in their 20s reuniting for the first time since childhood. Inevitable…
Produced by Sytze van der Laan.
He's a very young, very talented playwright from Dublin with a great ear for language and a penchant for writing monologues; he owes his big break to London's Bush Theater --- and no, he's not Conor…
Self-appointed leader of the People's Democratic Republic of Television, Michael Moore, once again embarks on a war with the haves on behalf of the have-nots, bringing his guerrilla-style interviews…
The age-old theatrical premise of an uptight couple's world turned upside down by intrusive strangers is given an intermittently engaging, if needlessly pretentious, workout in "Crashing Eden." Dean…
Executive producer, Alessandro Calosci.
Careful direction and first-rate playing by the whole cast elevate "To the Horizon and Beyond," whose fairly standard mismatched-couple yarn might have remained at sea level in lesser hands…
Produced by Vesna Jovanoska.
A nice idea for a charming short is stretched to feature-length limits in "Standing on Fishes." The contempo romantic comedy spotlights the amorous and professional odyssey of a young sculptor…
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