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Bethany Lewis

Bethany Lewis is a 2012 graduate of the MFA Film Studies program from Boston University. She has a BA in Theatre and has a love and fascination of all things in the realm of performing arts and media arts production. Her interests in film range from the silent era to Cronenbergian body horror to slick science fiction to British film and beyond. What she really looks for, though, is a film that tries something new (even if it fails in the attempt) or something just quirky and different.

Reset

In 2021, excessive health care regulations are responsible for 36% of all comatose related deaths between the ages of 13 - 35. Knowledgeable practitioners are turning to underground procedures to revive patients in an effort to bring this number down. Operation R35E-T, which sets to reboot the schematics of memory and thought, has been enacted three times across Europe, all with successful results. This is the fourth -- America's first...

Between Us

Two couples reunite over two incendiary evenings where anything can happen in this darkly comedic story of best friends, marriage, love, disappointment and dreams.

Close Encounters Of The Animated Kind – Denver Film Society (2013)

The Denver Film Society, located in the heart of Denver, Colorado, is known for its eclectic programming, special events, and range of mini film festivals throughout the year. Each year, during the high profile STARZ Denver Film Festival, there is a block of animated films the festival lovingly calls Close Encounters of the Animated Kind. […]

Born This Way

BORN THIS WAY is a portrait of the underground gay and lesbian community in Cameroon. It follows Cedric and Gertrude, two young Cameroonians, as they move between a secret, supportive LGBT community and an outside culture that, though intensely homophobic, is in transition toward greater acceptance.

Interior. Leather Bar.

Filmmakers James Franco and Travis Mathews re-imagine the lost 40 minutes from "Cruising" as a starting point to a broader exploration of sexual and creative freedom.

Don Jon

A New Jersey guy dedicated to his family, friends, and church, develops unrealistic expectations from watching porn and works to find happiness and intimacy with his potential true love.

Much Ado About Nothing

A modern retelling of Shakespeare's classic comedy about two pairs of lovers with different takes on romance and a way with words.

Buoyancy

Hoping to make amends with his girlfriend and turn his life around, Jake suddenly finds himself in a dangerous situation. Frank, an aging bail-bondsman, comes to Jake's rescue and invites him to relax on his boat as they await help. What ensues is a complicated mix of secrets and lies that threaten to destroy the life of one man and the soul of another. Buoyancy is a thriller, riding the treacherous and unforgiving seas of the ocean of revenge. I hope you know how to swim.

Steve Chong Finds Out That Suicide Is a Bad Idea

Four friends embark on a misadventure to a remote lake house where one of them announces that he plans to kill himself.

Being Us

A dark, gritty, romantic drama about a woman living with a severe mental disorder, who struggles to find love, while battling self-destructive impulses that threaten to end her life.

Forever’s End

"Forever's End" is a new psychological thriller from the award-winning production teams behind "Freedomland", and distribution team behind "Silence of the Lambs", and "Dances With Wolves".

Vakondok 2 – Demoscene

In the 1980's, something changed the world forever. Computer technology, mostly due to the appearance of affordable Commodore 64's, entered households worldwide, providing the opportunity for everyone to create digital art. But existing art forms weren't the only ones to be re-implemented on these computers; brand new forms of art also appeared, ones thought to be impossible up to that point. Computers provided an opportunity for the creator to produce visuals and sound effects and combine them to create the ultimate audiovisual experience, by using only the language of mathematics and writing program code, without physical interaction. As a result of such techniques, demos were born, and with them, the demoscene subculture. A demo can best be understood as a spectacular animated music video which is usually a few minutes long. And yet it's something entirely different from a traditional video. Computer technics is the fastest developing part of our world, which produces more and more new opportunities for art. Moleman shows you now a digital subculture, where artists don't use always the latest technology, but their aim is also to bring out the best from 30 year-old computer technics.