Archive for the “Shorts” Category

The Mark at MVAAFF’20

Very proud and excited to be an official selection of the 2020 Marthas Vineyard African American Film Festival, October 6th-20th, steaming on Facebook and in-person screenings in Denver CO. The Mark starts Catherine Curtin, Kana Hatakeyama and Maho Honda.

“The Mark” at LAIFF Shorts Fest

“The Mark” is an official selection of the LA Shorts International Film Festival. We will be screening as part of their horror section sometime in October (dates TBA). Unfortunately, because of COVID, we won’t get the experience of an in-person LA Premiere. LA Shorts Fest, like many others, is transitioning to an online event this […]

Vote for The Mark at ABFF ’20

There’s still time to check out our short film #TheMark streaming now through Aug. 30th in the Emerging Directors Showcase at American Black Film Festival!! Check it out! And if you like it, please vote for us as the Fan Favorite (votes due by Aug. 29)!!  

The Mark at ABFF ’20!

Visit the American Black Film Festival and register for your FREE Pass! Our film The Mark plays in the Emerging Director’s Showcase through Aug 30th!! ABFF ’20

Powers’ Short “Well” on Amazon Prime

“A man wakes, bloodied in the snow with no recollection of what transpired.” “Well” (2018), the new 11 minute Western short from directors Steve and Jim Powers (The Powers Brothers), is now available on Amazon Prime. The film stars Josh Wick and Katey Parker. Link here.

‘Earworm’ Now Streaming

Art Group 705‘s “Earworm” (12 mins, 2016), a short film by Assol Abdullina, Talgat Berikov and Josh Wick, shot on location in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, in 24 hours with a budget of $20, is now available to stream! The film premiered as part of Art Group 705‘s Olgon-Khorkhon Experimental Film Festival 2016. A foreigner (Wick) comes […]

Short ‘Earworm’ at Olgon-Horhon Film Fest 2016

Art Group 705‘s “Earworm“, a short film collaboration between Talgat Berikov, Assol Abdullina and Josh Wick, will premiere at the Olgon-Horhon Film Festival* in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, this Saturday. ‘Is it possible to make independent, experimental films without a budget, having just a video camera, a tripod and a microphone? What will come of it? Is it […]