Film (Drama) Actress Nathan's Kingdom is an imaginative coming of age drama about Laura, a 19-year-old outcast, who will not surrender Nathan, her 25-year-old autistic brother, to social services, and she takes him on an impossible quest to find a fictitious kingdom that only exists in Nathan's imagination, but proves to be so real; it changes their lives forever. To cope with the hardships of a broken home, Laura spent her younger years hiding her emotions and playing with her self appointed best friend, Nathan. Together, they invent a fictitious safe haven called "The Kingdom" and promise each other to one day find it. Ten years go by and adulthood sets in. Laura takes Nathan with her to live in Los Angeles while she works as a professional actress, but things don't go as planned. Nathan demands that they go find his kingdom and retaliates against her when she does not keep her childhood promise. Laura fails at her career and ultimately loses all hope in herself. With no money, no place to live, and ... Written by Olicer J. Munoz
Gollum's American Cousin
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Film (Short and Romance) Production manager Newly single Katharine meets a charming African-American filmmaker, Ray, who renews her faith in true romance despite racial differences.
Bonds & Lace
Film (Short and Comedy) Art department Jealousy and rivalry rear their ugly heads when two very different sisters battle it out at a neighborhood lingerie party.
Aleta: Vampire Mistress
Film (Action, Fantasy, Horror, Musical and 1 More) Actress The revelry of an upscale Halloween party is shattered by gunshots when two armed robbers attempt to fleece the well-to-do patrons of their money and jewels. A diminutive cloaked figure steps out from the crowd and despite being shot multiple times, effortlessly dispenses with the thieves. These superhuman feats do not go unnoticed and when news of them reaches the Secretary of Defense, Arthur Hayes (Tom Cochran), he dispatches FBI Agent Dan Higgins (Beau Nelson) to track the figure down. Higgin's quest turns ominous when he discovers he is attempting to track down a vampire, but not just any vampire - the Empress Vampire (Ange Maya), the source from which all other vampires descended! Higgins then enlists the aid of Ivor Helsing, a vampire hunter (Garrett Brawith), and Ariana , a psychic, who are also intent on tracking the Empress down. The Empress Vampire is no ordinary vampire. She craves more than mere blood. She is carnal as well as carnivorous and sexually exhausts her prey ... Written by Phil Condit