Mancation is a raucous comedy about Vince, who has carefully planned out every aspect of his seemingly successful life, only to have his plans come crashing down
around him when he
finds his newlywed wife
cheating on him with the
maid of honor, leaving
his three under-qualified
friends to pick up the
pieces, in the wildest
and most spontaneous
weekend of their lives.
Starring: Joey Fatone (My Big Fat Greek Wedding 1-2, Cooler, Dancing With the Stars), Danica McKellar (Wonder Years, Good Neighbor, West Wing) Mike Starr (Goodfellas, Dumb and Dumber, Miller’s Crossing)
Miss December is a dark romantic comedy about Ari, a young woman whose
poor taste in men may be the death of her when she tries to find love with her
would-be killer. The elusive Calendar Girl killer has been terrorizing the city of
Philadelphia, stalking and killing a different woman each month in order to com-
plete his morose calendar full of unwilling pin-ups. The year is nearly over when a
taunting letter to the press has Ari convinced she’s destined to be Miss December.
Calendar Girl is a fun blend of mystery, horror, and comedy that’s all about finding
true love in a very inconvenient December.
Starring: Corbin Bernsen (Psych, Dentist, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang), Gilbert Gottfried (Alladin, Trouble Child, Beverly Hills Cop 2), Brian O’Halloran (Clerk 1-2, Mallrats, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back)
I Am Santa Clause (2014)
I Am Santa Claus We have documented an entire year in the lives of five real-bearded professional Santa Clauses to find out what the rest of the year is like for a man who perpetually looks like Jolly Saint Nick. In the process, they are shown for who they actually are, flawed, flesh and blood men who feel an overbearing responsibility to protect the integrity of the spotless, untarnished reputation of the ‘Red Suit.’ ‘I Am Santa Claus’ is a documentary that poses a question about a ubiquitous holiday figure that few parents ever ask themselves; ‘Whose lap is my child sitting on?’
Starring: Mick Foley
The Bench (2014) On this bench, seventeen people come to sit. Their stories are told in eight different chapters, by eight different filmmakers. Socially relevant topics are explored, such as prejudgment, homophobia, and persecution. Stories told of love lost, love found, love redeemed, love remembered, and even perhaps a second chance at love… One Day. One Park. One Bench.
Director: Frank Williams