2016 Films: H
Hard to Say (USA | 2016, 5 min)
Directed by: Ted Sharks
Written by: Ted Sharks
A small fight can cause big problems when pride is involved.
Harlem on My Plate (United States | 2015, 26 min)
Directed by: Rochelle Brown-Johnson and Sonia Armstead-Pittman
Harlem On My Plate, explores the history of Harlem's food renaissance, it chronicles how food has remained at the center of the past, present, cultural, social and economic growth of Harlem.
Hello Charles (United States | 2015, 6 min)
Directed by: Hamish Grieve
30 year old George gets a visit from his imaginary childhood friend Charles at the lowest point in his life.
Hooked (United States | 2015, 2 min)
Directed by: Sofia Moreira
Captain C is a kind but lonely old man looking for a friend, there is only one problem, his pirate attributes are scaring people away. Saddened and defeated, Captain C finds companionship in a stray balloon, displaying his gentle nature towards others, and changing the perspectives of those who feared him.
Hoops (United States, )
Written by: Thomas Archer
Three veiled gestures of kindness intertwine to create something morbid in this tale of adultery, murder, and suicide.
Hotel Bleu (United States | 2016, 26 min)
Directed by: Bethany Jacobson
Written by: Bethany Jacobson
Cast: Julie Halston, Bob Ari, Steven Polito, Wayne Tucker Producer: Andrea Miller, Louise Beard
A down and out stand-up comedian finds refuge at Hotel Bleu, where she meets a charismatic trumpet player half her age and gets her mojo back.
Hotel Soleil (2015, )
Written by: Rebekah Wilkinson
Hotel Soleil is a short drama about a woman trying to overcome her chronic shyness who becomes a 12 year old cleaner’s only hope of survival when civil war breaks out.
Hungry (United States | 2015, 22 minutes)
Written by: David Carlone
Cast: Kyle Becker, David Carlone, Nicole Desarno, Brian McCray
A young man tries to win back his materialistic ex-girlfriend from her new rich boyfriend by entering into a burrito eating competition to win prize money to buy her a gift.