“I’ve always said and believed that food creates culture and culture creates food. Many people think that all I do is eat free food and post it for the ‘gram, but In this series I’m going to show you what I see, what I experience, and share the untold stories of the people that shape our culture through food.”
- Golnaz Yamoutpour
An anthology of stories remotely-directed and self-shot during the pandemic, "The Endless Sleepover" peeks into the everyday lives of artists - each episode a diorama of the quotidian - and asks, "How do artists experience parenthood?" 10 episodes feature original music by Eric Mayson and an audio-visual experience harkening family-centered retro PBS programming.
(Pilot Episode: Trace)
Four artists struggle to work and live together in an artist residency managed by a mysterious artificial intelligence system. Forbidden symbols appear in some artworks and the AI takes extreme measures to control the situation.
How T.O. Art is a docu-web series about Toronto-based artists and their art, showing the reality of being an artist in Toronto; especially with the impact of COVID-19. This relevant, community-based series comprises four, fifteen-minute episodes hosted by actress and model Naja Stanford, and is co-created by Amanda Ann-Min Wong and Taelor Lewis-Joseph.
An Afro-latino family in Brooklyn runs a local bodega in their neighborhood. A new organic store owner moves across the street with plans of expanding his empire and taking over the bodega. This Brooklynite Tribe must band together to save their business and community from being gentrified.
Diego joins the Peace Corps to win back his ex. He imagines exotic locales, instead he finds himself "Lost in Moldova."
Follow his adventures as he navigates the cultural differences that divide us and the shared humor and humanity that unites us.
The first season of OddBowl celebrates BIPOC chefs, food entrepreneurs, and food artists… and Abē dancing the funky-odd-bowl. They toss together ingredients in organic, heartfelt ways while gathering community around their dishes and/or artwork. Their creations are a savory expression of their raíces and journeys to color the landscape in Minnesota with a taste of home.
In Switzerland, land of peace and neutrality, military service is compulsory. In SECTION, MARCHE! we will dive in the Colombier Infantry Recruit School (Switzerland), meeting a group of soldiers and their officers. An opportunity to discover how these young people, including a woman, survive order and discipline and come face to face with themselves, their limits, their fears and aspirations.
Season Three of the multi award-winning web series Shakespeare Republic turns the lens on Shakespeare's characters in lockdown. Featuring 24 actors with credits from Broadway, the West End, Shakespeare’s Globe and mainstream Film & TV, we look through a myriad of windows from Australia, Scotland, England & the USA into the current shared experience of human beings in isolation.
#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.