Salvia Divinorum is an often misunderstood and powerful psychedelic plant used by the Mazatec shamans in southern Mexico for centuries. This entheogen’s mysteries are thoroughly explored, by Director Erin Wyche, from an American view point.
When a shadowy figure instructs two different men to take out the same woman, they both end up at her home at the same time, fighting each other and the absurd situation to be the one to complete the assignment.
A group of estranged friends gather for a night of tradition but as the night goes on a past crime is revealed and the friends begin to unravel as a rumored day of reckoning wreaks havoc on the household.
*2019 Austin Film Festival Official Selection. 3x Best Feature Film award winner.*
After his father’s sudden death, loner Peter Steele finds himself the reluctant caretaker of his sick Uncle Frank. Through new friendship with Frank’s neighbor Melanie, Peter begins to see that involvement in other people’s lives might just be worth it after all.
Devastated by the unexpected suicide of her best friend Fiona, Jane helps Fiona’s widow care for their son. The relationship develops from a friendship to a deeper affair that’s potentially catastrophic to the healing of all involved.
A drifter with a violent past comes to the city to kill somebody for money. On his way to do it, a young woman crashes into his life, giving him the choice – to continue on this path of self destruction or leave it all behind and start again.
Shot over the course of their actual pregnancy with cast doubling as 2-man crew, Paula and Charlie document their impending parenthood during a time of extreme political division. Their heads remain in the sand about the greater world around them until it upends their privileged life. Now they face a situation Instagram never prepared them for, but that women all over the world face daily – bringing life into a country torn apart by war.