Films from 2018

Inside and Out (October 20, 2018) follows the psychological torture of a girl as she attempts to overcome her anxiety in order to attend an outing.

The full film is currently unavailable online. Here is the trailer:

Produced independently.

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Marionette (October 13, 2018) is a horror film that portrays society’s manipulative nature in 15 seconds.

Produced by Ridge Productions.

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Meet the team (September 3, 2018) behind Legwork for Lungs, an organization that raises money for lung cancer research and spreads awareness about the disease.

Produced by Legwork for Lungs.

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Guilt (August 9, 2018) observes how the guilt of infidelity can impact one’s psyche.

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This promotional video (July 22, 2018) showcases Leap for Lungs, a project to break the Guinness World Record for longest hopscotch course in order to bring awareness to lung cancer research.

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Originally made for a 24-hour film challenge, Lemonhead (June 30, 2018) follows a boy who accidentally discovers a “secret ingredient” which lures a customer back to his lemonade stand.

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Markers (June 20, 2018) shows a teenage girl redefining her own labels after being outed by a bully.

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The Phone Rang (June 9, 2018) is a one-shot film following a therapy patient dealing with the aftermath of his friend’s suicide, for which he blames himself.



Mr. James Smith (June 9, 2018) is a comedy about a boy who receives college acceptance letters intended for someone else.

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Girl Friend (June 9, 2018) features a girl’s attempt to reconnect with her ex-friend, who stopped talking to her after she said that she was in love with her.

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Bulletproof (April 24, 2018) documents the March for Our Lives protest in Washington D.C. and features interviews with protesters along with footage from the march.

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