Sci-Fi & Fantasy

  • To the Stars

    Stella, a young composer kills herself.

  • CaRabA #lifewithoutschool

    The fictional movie CaRabA explores what a world without schools could look like. Five young people carve their own path in an entirely new educational landscape. The film imaginatively examines how life itself can be an ongoing learning experience. The first feature film on the future of educati...

  • Paradise by the Dashboard Light

    In a world where humans and robots live together, it is hard to identify who's who.

  • Demons

    A young woman facing the shock of a toxic relationship recounts the tale of how she developed an unusual quality: menstrual blood that's corrosive to everything but her own body.

  • The Bull

    Heavily pregnant on an isolated farm, a young woman embraces and endures the strange magic that burdens her reality. This is a fairy tale about bringing life into a world where creatures have more in common than the shapes which separate them and lovers share the same space but not always the sam...

  • Selkie

    A wayward selkie (a seal that can turn itself into a human) has followed a school of herring up the Delaware river when her seal skin is captured by a man from the Fishtown neighborhood of Philadelphia.

  • Another Time

    Harriet is a 27 year old woman dealing with typical problems of indecisiveness, daily panic attacks, the sense of being lost, and a total fear of commitment. Only Harriet has more than twenty-something angst to blame for her troubles- she honestly believes she is a victim of botched time travel a...

  • Brushwood

    Three sides of the same woman in inner conflict. This modern parable is looking for priorities in life and is a plea to vitality.

  • Mär - a german tale

    In dystopian Germany - just a breath away from our current reality - the return of the wolf triggers a mysterious fascination among the citizens. When journalist Leo Bernstein sets out to investigate, he gets drawn into a long-forgotten fairy tale that places him in great danger. The arthouse dra...