Success StoriesSeed&Spark films at Cinequest
March 7, 2019
This Oscar-qualifying festival often ranks high on the list of sought-after screenings, and we're so thrilled for these filmmakers and their teams. Whether you’re in the Bay Area this March or just want to know what kind of bold, different stories come through the Seed&Spark platform,
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This Hometown Heroes 2017 finalist stars Richard Kind as Felix, a man forced into early retirement in this look at desire, loneliness, technology and the very very near future.
An IRS agent and a woman who identifies as a vampire come together for a “taxing” relationship in this subversive romantic comedy.
Bring Me An Avocado
When a violent encounter leaves Robin in a coma, her husband, sister and best friend venture to maintain normalcy for her kids while managing their own grief.
Two homophobic men are kidnapped and face quite a choice in this super-charged, provocative comedy.
Part of the Something Funny shorts block, a groom’s doubts go viral and cause chaos the day before his wedding in this female-led production.
This 100 Days of Optimism rally winning short is a dark comedy about what it means to be the 'other' in the family...and maybe accidentally kill your grandmother.
WBCN and The American Revolution
A feature documentary captures the story and spirit of the first alternative FM rock station that revolutionized radio and contributed to liberating voices in 1960s and 70s Boston and beyond.