• Aleph is a mysterious point (an opening) suspended in space and time that contains the entire universe. It’s hidden in a splintered labyrinth where ten characters play a game of magic. Their collected thoughts serve as pieces of a puzzle that connect the labyrinth and lead to Aleph.

  • Seen exclusively in virtual reality, Blackout immerses you in the NYC Subway during a mysterious power outage. Granted a telepathic ability, you gain access to the inner thoughts of passengers simply by moving from person to person. Confronted with a train car packed with people from all walks of life in the city, Blackout is a platform for New Yorkers to openly share their stories.

  • A zoo that rescues mythological creatures in psychedelic 1960’s San Francisco races the U.S. Military to find and save a Baku, a Japanese dream-eating cryptid, to prevent the military from using the Baku to eat the dreams of the counterculture and suppress the anti-Vietnam War movement. A hand-drawn, feature animated film.

  • Through intimate vérité, archival footage, and visually innovative treatments of her poetry, Going to Mars: The Nikki Giovanni Project pushes the boundaries of biographical documentary film to reveal the enduring influence of one of America’s greatest living artists and social commentators.

  • A film about synthetic diamonds.

  • When her life was cut short in 1976, Annie Mae Pictou Aquash was one of the highest-ranking women in the American Indian Movement (AIM). As a young First Nations Mi’kmaq from Canada dedicated to an endeavor that many political factions sought to destroy, she embodied the fight for indigenous sovereignty. But her murder, and the troubling betrayals surrounding it, reflect another consequence of centuries-long racism and colonization, further inflamed in the volatile 70s. Her story and legacy continues to haunt Indigenous communities today, in this consideration of still present principle, more