The Gulf

The Gulf

Post-production

Sammy Davis, Jr.: I’ve Gotta Be Me

Sammy Davis, Jr.: I’ve Gotta Be Me

A star-studded roster of interviewees (including Jerry Lewis, Whoopi Goldberg and Billy Crystal) pay tribute to the legendary, multi-talented song-and-dance man.

The Drop-In

The Drop-In

A hairdresser has a challenging day when a mysterious visitor from her past arrives for a drop in appointment.

Jeff Dunham: Relative Disaster

Jeff Dunham: Relative Disaster

Ventriloquist Jeff Dunham brings his rude, crude and slightly demented posse of puppets to Ireland for a gleeful skewering of family and politics.

All You Can Eat Buddha

All You Can Eat Buddha

A mysterious man at an all inclusive resort begins performing miracles, leading curious onlookers to believe he is perhaps connected to a higher power, in Ian Lagarde’s feature debut.

Smartass

Smartass

Based on true events (mostly), Freddie, a 15-year-old runaway becomes intimately acquainted with California’s “Murder City” after being released from jail, just shy of midnight. Absurdly self-reliant, completely broke and 120 miles away from her friends she has nothing to depend on but her wit and youthful charm.

Barbara

Barbara

A director wants to make a biopic about the female singer Barbara.

Gatta Cenerentola

Gatta Cenerentola

Cenerentola struggles to escape the shadow and evil schemes of her stepmother and six stepsisters who all live aboard the Megaride, a ship stuck in the port of a decaying future Naples.

Sarah joue un loup-garou

Sarah joue un loup-garou

On stage 17-year-old Sarah gives it all. When she performs, there is an instant of suspense, a moment in which she appears to transform completely into her character. What lies behind Sarah’s radical stage presence? A dark secret she is trying to express. A claustrophobic family environment, the longing for a boyfriend, a friend, someone she can confide in. The more Sarah expresses this desire, the more she ends up alienating the people willing to get close to her. A few days in the life of an outsider and her incessant struggle to escape solitude.

Ana

Ana

Ana, a nine year old girl, arrives with her mother to an isolated beach with the intention to rest and to know the sea. There, she discovers that they are under a terrible threat, therefore she is obligated to look for help with her father in order to save her mother.