Once, there were cities teeming with people and life. A culture now lost to the ages. But at the very end of it all, some brave humans made their way to a place warm and familiar to them: the Swedish furniture outlet store Ikea. Here they have lived for generations, keeping the old ways as best they can. On the eve of another great “Exiting”, where four young people are chosen to leave the store on a mission of exploration and hope, a documentary crew in charge of recording the Ikea peoples’ proud history watches on as this year’s chosen weigh their fates and try to decide if they are ready to leave behind…The Ikea at the End of the World.
Tim and Jim have never really gotten along. Neighbors since the births of their sons, they’ve felt a competitive spirit between them that has, over the years, started to erode their sanity. On the eve of their sons joint 21st birthdays their competition reaches a fever pitch, with both men spending and scheming to make sure their respective party is the most memorable 21st. As the parties devolve into a chaotic night of high-end electronics, fancy liquor, and famous bands, will Jim and Tim learn anything? Or will they just keep being Neighborly Dicks?
On this week’s Please Make This minisode, Richie shares a portion of the first draft of a short he would like to make, tentatively titled “What’s Real”. If you’d like to read the whole draft or have any feedback, reach out to Richie on any social media!
Coach Hazard’s varsity women’s field hockey team isn’t the best, or the toughest, or the fastest, but they are all having the same dream…so there’s that? Every night the girls see a troubling figure, a strange symbol, and a sinister force pulling them toward something in the woods. Can Kristie and Peg pull the team together to figure out what’s going on before they reach the dream’s end?
In the stark desert wasteland populated by a broken humanity driven by survival, a group of 20 something year-old friends make the best of a bad situation. In a future where society has definitely gone on a break, these friends still laugh, cry, fall in love, and hide from maniacal motorcycle gangs.
In a world where everyone has a superpower—ranging from incredible to the incredibly mundane—Claire is one of the few with no idea what she can do. Fresh out of college, Claire has to face the daunting forces of uncertainty, parental disappointment, and envy of her friends’ wide array of abilities. Will a seminar with a noted self-help hero help her unlock the power within her, or will Claire never know what makes her Super Duper?