A story shot on 16mm film by Kansas City native Clayton Dean Smith. In a rapidly changing city, a woman realizes she no longer recognizes the neighborhood that she calls home. Unsure about her future, she is confronted by a young man with a direct link to her past. A story of love, memory, and what it means to move forward. With the closing of NYC’s last film lab, Off Track Betty is one of the last films ever to be processed in New York.
Deep in Louisiana’s swampland, a woman wakes from a fever dream where it has been August for 16 years.
A mother’s idiosyncratic farewell dinner for her 18-year old daughter results in disaster as they confront a decision made in desperation with devastating consequences.
A father comes home to discover his distraught son. And consoling proves to be more difficult than he and his wife were expecting.
An Indian and a Pakistani try to resolve their differences as they guard an empty construction site in the Dubai desert.
A concert pianist receives a startling omen from above as he struggles to recover from a traumatic brain injury.
A quiet thirteen year old girl learns how to become a woman from her distraught mother who abandoned her two years ago.
A week after the death of her husband, Silvia moved with her daughter, Mar’a, to Madrid to be closer to the set where Mar’a works as an actress. A few months later, her parents send a ‘forget-me-nots’ to remind her that she has abandoned them.