It's year five and we want to highlight those creators who continue to entertain with new seasons and new series. The block focuses on Minnesota WebFest alumni from the United States.
Small town, small crimes, big heroes.
Block Watch is a comedic mockumentay, revolving around a neighborhood watch group; led by the town meddler, Cathy Reynolds.
The series was produced remotely during the COVID19 pandemic. Each episode is inspired by a real life post from our local Nextdoor.
**Full season w/subtitles available at outtakeproductions.com/blockwatch
A mother, a daughter, an island off the east coast. Conflict of oppression and dominance. Both want to win, both will end up losing.
The next thrilling chapter with ex-CIA super spy Pepper and her Boys Friday continues! Target practice with beer cans after being held hostage by a Russian mobster has Pepper and Bald Sam running for their lives after a sniper shreds memories of their CIA-past into pieces.
Five friends, one mystery. Sofie, Robin and Viki are pretty regular college students and roommates. Dealing with all the pretty regular college students’ problems. How to meet tough deadlines, pass exams, make some cash and if possible also have some life on the side. So it is completely inconvenient to them and their friends Lea and Harvey, when Sofie starts walking around the flat naked all of a sudden, Robin must resort to whispering and Viki? Viki is haunted by her own shadow it seems. Are they dealing with super powers or super troubles?
INCOMPLETENESS is a psychological dramedy that revolves around the central character of ALEX, a miserable, workaholic TV news editor who receives a terminal cancer diagnosis that leads him on a self-indulgent quest to win back his pregnant-and-estranged wife and connect with his unborn son through a self-funded, semi-autobiographical movie about the meaning of life.
#WASHED is a half-hour dramedy based in Dallas, Texas featuring an all-Black ensemble cast. At a crossroads in life, these multidimensional, and often conflicted characters face a harsh reality: too old to JUST be dreamers, yet young enough to make those dreams a reality.
I DO is about Zoe, a French woman immigrating in Brooklyn, who’s desperately trying to find a husband so she can get a visa and work as a Cabaret Singer in New York. Each episode explores a new screwball attempt of her trying to get married to an American citizen, as we explore the diversity of Brooklyn, through her naïve battle against the US immigration Process.