Molly writes, produces, and acts in her own sketches. She was chosen as a 2018 Just For Laughs New Face Creator and showcased her work in Montreal. She has produced content for Funny or Die, McSweeney’s, Warner Brothers Records. Her content has millions of views and has been featured by Huffington Post, Nerdist, and Right this Minute. To watch more, go to funnyordie.com/mollyschreiber
Capturing the tale of mysterious creatures living on earth. Pure in their emotions and expressions.
Following them on a journey of identity and self expression.
Fashion as a tool to bond, it makes us belong, it makes us stand out and differ.
We start a jurney of emotions, expressoin, fabric and movement.
“His Party” is a short film following six women in a 1950’s home setting. This movement infused short film explored the trope of Romantic Paternalism, a past societal norm deeming women as fair, gentle creatures to be gently handled and cared for, through exploring the isolated roles of women in the 1950’s. Amidst the controlling, dictator-like masculine energy of the household, the women scramble and writhe in their restrictive areas of the home while attempting to maintain an imposed level of cheeriness and normalcy.
Sonder: n. the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own—populated with their own ambitions, friends, routines, worries and inherited craziness—an epic story that continues invisibly around you like an anthill sprawling deep underground, with elaborate passageways to thousands of other lives that you’ll never know existed. – Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows
This film was inspired by a feeling of helplessness in a chaotic time; not knowing where to channel our efforts, our grief, our frustration.
AUDIENCE AWARD WINNERS:
BEST MUSIC FILM: R.A.W. TUBA
BEST DANCE FILM: DANCE WITH A DEMON
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: MONK
BEST MUSIC: CEMETERY SONG
Theme of night: Will to survive
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