Three short films, each about killer women subverting various gendered power dynamics.
Two transgressive shorts: one about queer male sexuality, the other about a trans lesbian & a monstrous physical love.
One is a story of ghosts, but unlike you’ve ever seen. One is a tale about a resurrected woman who met an untimely end.
Oh, the horror—THE HORROR!
Subvert the male gaze and smash the patriarchy: Jazzberry has arrived!
Is history as you understand it? Or, was it written by your oppressors?
Al Lougher’s THE DOLLMAKER is a terrifying Faustian short film about the horror of parental grief.
Watch the premiere trailer for Benjamin Noah’s new Gothic period piece, NEW WOMAN.
A Late Thaw. 2015. Directed & Written by Kim Barr. Starring Michelle Boback, Lucas Chartier-Dessert, Kathleen Fee, Helena Marie, & Ivan Peric. 14 minutes. Drama/Fantasy/Short ★★★★1/2 Over at ChicArt Productions they’re consistently putting out interesting little short independent films. Some are great subversions of genre, others are merely great examples of the genres in whichContinue reading “Short Film Review: A Late Thaw is a Beautifully Dark Look at Grief”