An old flame dredges up family secrets. Will four sisters finally put their jealousies and misconceptions to rest?
A widow's return to the work world pits her against some tough customers at a downtown white collar espresso bar.
A music video by the St. John's band Hammingwell that shows the mundane and funny side of office work.
Little DINKY starts a new day on her way to school with her beloved father, but a terrible industrial accident is going to change her life forever. Now DINKY's fate may ride on the wings of her eccentric friend BIRDBOY, a rootless and introverted kid that hides in the forest lost in his fantasies.
Vincent got lost on his way to work one day, and he doesn't know how to get home. A professional time traveler, he has spent the last five years living on a bench behind a church. Now, Vincent only has one thing left on his mind: getting home to his wife and children.
A comedy about a fairly neurotic fella waiting in his car for his new girlfriend as they make a 3 minute pit stop on their way to a movie, and all that goes through the poor guy's head.
While the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis threatens to incinerate America, divorce looms over the Shaw family. To protect his little brother, 13-year-old Miles Shaw has a mission - to blow up the Soviet Missiles. The weapon? Model Rockets. There are always casualties in war - even the cold ones.
Bernard wants to be a great magician but his crappy job, disappointed parents and a gang of ruthless kids are determined to crush his dreams.
Three films from the Super 8mm Film Series. In June 2010, the Nickel paired three filmmakers (chosen through a random draw) with three musicians from the Wreckhouse Jazz and Blues Festival. These are the resulting films, all shot in one day and edited in camera.
A Lonely Pair by Brad Gover, music by Natasha Hartery
Movin' On by Mark O'Brien, music by Grant King
Riley (or, A Day in the Life of a Dog From the Point of View of the Dog) by Ed Tanasychuk, music by Simon Minimis
A fallen photo makes a moment of difference in the lives of two enemy soldiers.