In the throes of a zombie apocalypse, Molly (Daytime Emmy winner, Brittany Allen) - a troubled woman from Las Vegas with a dark past - finds herself stranded in the desert with a lone ravenous Zombie (Netflix’ Narcos, Juan Riedinger) on her tail. At first, she's easily able to outpace her un-dead pursuer, but things quickly become a nightmare when she realizes the zombie doesn’t need to ever stop and rest. Running low on supplies and beat down by the harsh environment, Molly will have to summon the strength she never knew she had to ultimately face the zombie, and the demons that have chased her all her life.
Rounding out the cast in this genre bending zombie film is Merwin Mondesir (Grave Encounters), Kris Higgins (The Devils Knot), Michael Filipowich (True Blood, 24), Andrew Supanz (All Saints) and Nico David (Her).
Brendan is a pastor in a small, evangelical church, and he has a secret. He doesn't believe in God anymore. His wife is still a true believer, and she just told the wrong person.
Losing Our Religion is a feature length documentary about preachers who are not believers, and what atheists do when they miss church. Allowed access to the 600 members of The Clergy Project – a safe haven for preachers from all faiths who no longer believe – the documentary follows ex-members and clergy who are still undercover – until events unfold that change lives forever, and reshape attitudes in unexpected ways.
Losing Our Religion is a documentary about community, acceptance and a view inside the complicated lives of clergy who are joining the rising tide of non-believers.
Director: Leslea Mair, Leif Kaldor
Writers: Leslea Mair, Leif Kaldor
Tagline:What do you do if you're a preacher but you don't believe in god?
A drug addict awakens to find the girl he is with is dead, and must rush to escape the consequences. Along the way, he seeks the help of his ex-girlfriend, while dodging a mysterious figure who has started chasing him around the city with a gun. A tense real-time thriller presented in a single, unbroken take.
Diana Prieto is pregnant and taking care of her autistic son Martin has become overwhelming. She has no one to help her while her husband Tomas spends months working in Asia. Diana’s at her breaking point with Martin when Luz, a gifted caregiver from the Philippines, steps in to help. Martin quickly begins improving under Luz’s supervision, but Diana’s worried that he’s only being taught to speak Filipino. Diana begins to suspect that Luz is using the language barrier and voodoo to turn Martin against Diana and into something far more sinister…