Zero Issue














In a world overrun by superheroes, only a few are special. Dale Dinkle isn't one of them. But he'll stop at nothing to become famous. Zero issue was written by Matt Cullinan and produced by the New York Picture Company and is currently in post-production and set to premiere in June 2019.


 For updates and more info on ZERO ISSUE, check out our Kickstarter page


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Directed by Daryl Lathon, Written by Sharon E. Cooper

BELIEVIN’ is a comedy about mourning based on Sharon E. Cooper's ten-minute play (of the same name) which is published in The Best 10-Minute Plays 2016.


The film won the 2019 Filmmaker Favorite award from the Chain Film Festival and has screened at the Lighthouse International Festival, Adirondack Film Festival, Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, and the San Jose International Shorts Festival.

Seven Fishes

















Dom attempts to squash the tension between his estranged sister Gia and the rest of the Bonfiglio family this holiday season. But when he discovers Gia's running away again, Dom lashes out at Gia before he realizes he was wrong. Gia wasn't planning on leaving town - she was planning on leaving life. 

The script of Seven Fishes was a Second Rounder in the short screenplay competition at The Austin Film Festival in 2019.

The original draft of Seven Fishes was recorded on The CRY HAVOC Podcast and is currently in post-production and set to be premiered in 2020.

To check out stills from the film's raw footage 



GOING: In Defense of Civil Liberty


Written & Directed by Rafeh Mahmud


The government of The S.U. seeks a poster boy for their new department, the Office of Terrorism. Although the applicants that interview are highly qualified citizens, a 'Middle West' refugee, Muhammad Ali, who believes he's being granted immigration after his family perishes as a result of wartime acts by the S.U, realizes his immigration status is contingent upon his participation in an act of domestic terror. A satirical dark comedy about a (non)Muslim refugee gets stuck in the bureaucracy of Terrorism.

GOING or: In Defense of Civil Society is a satirical-farce about the pervasive bureaucracy that doesn’t affect every Tom, Dick & Harry, but controls every Muhammad, Kanumba & Chewalooga.