Screening Block 7

Runtime: 02:05:39
Available:: Jun 10, 2021 04:00
Until:: Jun 14, 2021 03:59

Each screening block contains various genre of excellent and diverse content.

20 Seconds to Live

20 Seconds to Live

00:10:36

The horror/comedy web series for people who hate happy endings returns with a second season. Bigger deaths! Bigger laughs! Bigger bigger!

The Food Grabber

The Food Grabber

00:02:04

Jefferey goes through the daily life situations bringing his interesting unique personality. His friend finds his stories amusing and most of the time he can't believe what he sees and hears. He also encounters a woman he likes in several situations but it never seems to go his way since he has a very particular personality and well, so does she.

FOREST LEAGUE

FOREST LEAGUE

00:12:30

This is an animation project that seeks to work with environmental educational and also with social educational. Transforming differences into coexistence. We approach indigenous, urban and rural social causes balancing as a whole the humanity with nature.

After the murder of a tapir in the forest by unscrupulous hunters, the angry shaman evokes the sleeping spirits of the forest.
The shaman receives the mission of choosing new guardians for the forest, for this receives the aid of a mascot, the Gralha.
At a city school, children are chosen to assist in this mission. Take care of humanity and the environment. They take body characters like Saci, Iara, Boto, Fulozinha and Curupira.
The League of Mata is formed!
Guided by the shaman and guided by the spirit of the tree they will fight against the ills of society and also against powerful enemies like Cuca, Werewolf, Dry Body, Maria Caninana, led by the terrible Anhangá.
In addition to Humans themselves who insist on destroying the environment by disrespecting nature without realizing that humanity is at risk.
An engaging adventure that brings Brazilian folklore back to the popular imagination.

Ira and the King of Kings

Ira and the King of Kings

00:00:11

Jesus returns to Earth to start the Second Coming but is mistaken for a homeless person. In order to survive, he must find a job and shack up with a struggling Jewish writer named Ira Shapowsky. This sacrilegious comedy web series begs the question: Even if Jesus did return today, would anyone believe him?

The Jersey Connection: S2 Premiere

The Jersey Connection: S2 Premiere

00:09:46

Explosive tales of vengeance, violence and greed are depicted in this stylized crime saga set in New Jersey.
In the season 2 premiere, we open with a dark and poignant analysis about life, time, and perseverance.

"Life On Set"

"Life On Set"

00:39:46

Life On Set is an irreverent comedy about the making of a TV show, following a burgeoning youtube director, an aspiring but naive actress, a hick PA, and a creepy but clueless producer.

PAUL UPSHAW (PA) has dreamed his whole teenagehood of being a director and, according to his community college “professor” this is his chance. Paul pursues his passion and almost self manifests himself up the ranks, though it may not be for the best.

ROD ROBERTSON (Director), the famous-not-so-famous YouTube director uses this tv series as his chance to show the world how great he can be at directing—that is, according to the how-to guide he’s reading about directing.

PHILLIP "HOOP" JACKSON (Producer), the “probably produced porn before this” pompous producer, who got into the “biz” just to meet the “ladies”. He falls for the only actress he was able to cast, Catalina, and hopes to woo her within the duration of the show but seems to lack one key attribute: self-awareness.
CATALINA SCHLOTZSKY (Actress) is a very sweet girl who may be filming her last show, unless she figures out how to get an agent who doesn’t live in Wichita.

Liz's Class Act

Liz's Class Act

00:11:58

Live comedy is fading. Streaming is king. Enter Liz Billings “Belushi”, a delusional 22-year-old, who believes she is the long lost daughter of John Belushi. Liz owns a failing comedy club, previously under the management of crusty LA hippy Sam Frank. Liz attempts to bring business to her dying club with a documentary series. However, Sam is resistant to change, especially from a millennial. He bribes the camera crew with some of his home-grown marijuana to make make the club look terrible. This pilot takes the audience through the first day of filming with frazzled Liz, who spends her time ordering around her unruly employees, ordering around the camera crew, and ultimately accomplishing nothing. Along the way, Sam pays some actors to pretend to rob the bar, each employee gets to advertise themselves poorly, and a mysterious businessman shows up, who may throw the whole place into even further chaos.

Or So the Story Goes

Or So the Story Goes

00:10:59

After the death of his father, Jack goes to extremes to help his family find money. He finds his actions come with a price when unexpected visitors show up to take back what was stolen from them. The Jacobs family must then engage in a fight for their lives to survive the intruders’ sadistic games.

Full Season: orsothestorygoes.com/knockknock

A Sip With Vodka: A Russian Guide to Becoming A Real Housewife and Making It In America

A Sip With Vodka: A Russian Guide to Becoming A Real Housewife and Making It In America

00:22:04

This is a digital comedy series pilot that chronicles the adventures of a woman named Natasha who moves from a small Russian village to New York City with her son in the hopes of becoming a real housewife and cabaret star.

Wholesome Foods, I Love You... Is That OK?

Wholesome Foods, I Love You... Is That OK?

00:05:45

Touted "Slacker for millennial women", WFILY is the award winning comedy about a neurotic yoga teacher who sets out in search of love… at her favorite organic supermarket. A coming of age story - for people of a certain age - Wholesome Foods, I Love You... Is That OK? reminds us all that love, laughter, and a willingness take risks are the best remedies of all.

“[...] With a sly satiric sensibility that recalls the absurdist comedy of Mindy Kaling’s The Mindy Project and — in Hovsepian’s hilarious onscreen musings — the stammering, stream-of-consciousness whimsy of comedian Ellen DeGeneres...” - THE TORONTO STAR

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