2017 Films: P
PALM SPRANGZ (United States | 2015, 4 min)
Directed by: Noah James
Two chicks prepare for an epic party weekend in PALM SPRANGZ, CA...
Paper Cut (United States | 2016, 1 min)
Directed by: Jordan Knight
An unfortunate man has an unfortunate day.
Pets (United States | 2016, 8 min)
Directed by: Jonathan Silver
A dark satire about our connection to guns - A listless man decides to brighten his life by adopting a gun, the only form of pet ownership. His world is changed, but after finding love, the real dangers of owning a gun are revealed.
Phub (United States | 2016, 3 min)
Directed by: David Moriya
A 21st Century Problem needs a 21st Century word. Phubbing: The act of snubbing someone in a social setting by looking at your phone instead of paying attention.
Plant Codes, Unleashing Nature's Healing Power (United States | 2016, 1 hr 30 min)
Directed by: Gary Null
There is a health crisis of epidemic proportions effecting our entire country. This year in the United States, we have spend over 3.5 trillion dollars on Healthcare.
Plastic Flowers (Albania | 2016, 29 min)
Directed by: Ylljet ALICKA
An old couple from the Albanian countryside, receives a wedding invitation from a close relative to the capital city. At first they are very enthusiastic, but soon the indifferent and snobbish people around, make them feel unwelcome.
Pool (Piscina) (Brazil | 2016, 29 min)
Directed by: Leandro Goddinho
On a quest to understand her grandmother's past, Claudia meets Marlene, an old woman who's created an homage to her memories inside an empty pool.
Portuguese From SoHo - A story that changed its geography (Portugueses do Soho - Uma história que mudou de geografia) (United States | 2016, 59 min)
Directed by: Ana Ventura Miranda
The documentary "Portuguese from Soho - A story that changed its geography" tells the story of the Portuguese emigrants that arrived to SoHo after the Second World War. Through their story we discover the history of this neighborhood and of the city of New York.
Powder Room (United States | 2016, 14 min)
Directed by: Kevin Oliver Arota
A short silent slapstick comedy about an outsider breaking in a back alley speakeasy of which he'll later find out to be a place of evil.