With Molly and Elle’s friendship left hanging in question, we start season 2 with Molly in London, England facing both her heartbreak from ‘The One’ and her new endometriosis/adenomyosis diagnoses. Back in Toronto, Elle has found herself a member of “Community”, a retreat where she went to recoup after a nervous breakdown. What was meant to be a 2-week mental health break is now going on 5 months... and the fact that it is definitely a cult is clear to everyone but Elle. Meanwhile, the ambitious Jordan has been juggling the ad agency he and Elle had started on his own. But when a high-stakes client requires him to go retrieve Elle he finds a very different version of his old workaholic/party-girl friend. In the meantime, Molly returns to Toronto and must learn how to ask for help in order to receive the surgery and support that she needs and Elle feels like everyone who ever loved her in the real world has abandoned her, and turns all of her co-dependant tendencies to “Community”. As Molly and Elle navigate their unseen illnesses and their paths continue to diverge, a permanent friendship-breakup seems inevitable... or could their paths to self-discovery bring them back together?
A college newspaper reporter discovers a conspiracy at her university, and must maneuver the politics of journalism to get the story out into the world.
A comedy anthology series centred around a pair of hipster baristas at a neighbourhood coffee shop, as they observe (and meddle) in the lives of their unique group of regulars.
Breaking up is hard to do...with your BFF. Lexi Jones is on a mission to find a new best friend after breaking up with her toxic best friend of 20 years. In her search, she meets a bevy of interesting characters which makes Lexi wonder, if she made the right choice.
When the Dumont sisters receive the phone call from their mother, telling them to come home, they can never imagine the darkness that awaits. Upon return, the seemingly innocent family reunion takes a sudden, dark turn as their loyalty and love for one another is put to the ultimate test. Each dealing in their own ways, they must inevitably decide what they are willing to sacrifice for kin.
The young lieutenant's mission is under threat. The regiment is broken up, there are only 30 fighters in it. But the soldier is not lost, he leads the regiment, orders to unfurl the banner and goes
into the unknown to the sounds of the choir performing “Lyubushka”.
From the producers of the web series FEM 101:
(mis)placed is a web series about the intersecting lives of twenty-somethings, all searching for love, work, and meaning in the world today.
higher education: https://vimeo.com/480593549/fd069017e9
(mis)placed part 2: https://vimeo.com/653738376/8905d72429
A creative documentary web series exploring the messy, mundane and magical mental load of motherhood.
Once fate brings together three women in one place, each of whom, to a greater or lesser extent, experienced domestic violence from men. The girls decide to take revenge on their offenders. First, they decide to do it with the help of the law. They understand that in order to carry out this venture a lot of time and effort, so they choose a different path. In their opinion, the life of each of them was ruined by a man, so they intend to destroy their usual way of life. But implementing this plan is not so easy.
What happens when sex won't sell?
Faced with bankruptcy, the painfully optimistic owner of Sindy's adult store must host an illegal operation for an evil company in the hope of keeping his business afloat.
Sloppy Jones is a short form slasher comedy series about three queer Gen-Zillenial servers working at Sloppy Jones Grill: RORY, a free spirited people pleaser; HARPER, a book-smart, bisexual bartender; and THOMAS, a calculating b*tch. This Unholy Trinity’s world is upended when they discover the severed torso of their dirtbag boss FRANK JONES in the freezer, just as DEBORAH, Frank's estranged wife, makes a perfectly timed entrance into their lives. Now every single one of them looks guilty and no one is safe until the trio find out- Who killed Frank…and who will they kill next?
Unknown Melbourne is a YouTube documentary series hosted by award-winning educator and designer Julian O’Shea, exploring and explaining the hidden side of the city. Explaining the bridge that keep being hit by trucks, to the pedestrian crossing button that features in a hit song - these unknown stories give an insight into the design, history and fascinating stories of the city of Melbourne.
Weirdos is a female-driven teen drama series exploring the struggles faced by Charlotte, a plus-size teen girl who is relentlessly tormented and bullied by a group of teenagers in high school. With the help of a new student, Sam, she finds her inner strength and finally stands up for herself. Thanks to kindness, Charlotte not only changes the direction of her life but also that of her bullies.
Weirdos weaves an intricate and heart wrenching story of teenage life that deeply resonates with young teens across the globe. To date, it has garnered 5 millions views on YouTube and tens of millions on other social media platforms.
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