FOR EX-LOVERS ONLY

Webseries, 8 Episodes  |  Dir. Andrew Gitomer

As the intimate details of Zoe's relationship with Joanna (Genevieve Hudson-Price & Tess Harrison) unfold, Zoe faces the fallout of their breakup, her struggle for self-identity and the challenge of creating a new life out of the ashes of an old one.

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LONG DISTANCE CALLING

Short, 16 Minutes  |  Dir. Andrew Gitomer

Annalies (Genevieve Hudson-Price) struggles to cope after her boyfriend moves to LA. With the support of her friends and a chance encounter with a mysterious stranger, Annalies rediscovers the magic of New York that had originally inspired her.

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PAST PRESENT FUTURE

Feature, 83 Minutes  |  Dir. Andrew Gitomer

Rachel and Noah (Rachel Browne & Steven Levine), two friends who have had an on-again, off-again relationship since high school, meet up for the first time after years apart. While they relive their past, Noah remembers the events that led to their current estrangement, and they are forced to decide what form their new relationship will take.

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Pretty Girls

Short, 12 Minutes  |  Dir. Andrew Gitomer

After the first boy she ever loved comes out to her as gay, broken hearted Eleanor (Annabelle Dexter-Jones), a young fashion model living in New York, finds she doesn’t want to be just a “pretty girl” anymore.

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GHOST STORIES

Webseries, 8 Episodes  |  Dir. Andrew Gitomer

Lily (Nini Ten) is adrift and alone, living in her Brooklyn studio apartment. She's a true millennial—outside of her job, nearly all of her interactions are mediated by technology. She wants something more than to be a ghost passing through other peoples lives.

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Night Rituals

Short, 19 Minutes  |  Dir. Andrew Gitomer

Anna Horowitz (Hannah Bailey) is having a bad week. She hates her parents, resents her friends, regrets her love and fails to meet the most basic expectations she has set for herself–and then, she has to get up and go to school in the morning.

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Webseries, 8 Episodes

In the aftermath of their breakup, Zoe (Genevieve Hudson-Price) and Joanna (Tess Harrison) begin the hard task of earning each other’s forgiveness. As the intimate details of her relationship unfold, Zoe confronts her own unstable personality and questions whether she might be worthy of Joanna’s love.

“For Ex-Lovers Only” premiered at the 2016 Outfest Film Festival and is the first original production for the online streaming service Section ii. Watch the series here.

Written and directed by Andrew Gitomer.

Starring Genevieve Hudson-Price, Tess Harrison, Claire Jamison, and Marzy Hart. Produced by Allie Esslinger and William Cruse.

For a full list of credits, visit IMDB. For updates, like the series on Facebook.

Short, 16 Minutes

Annalies (Genevieve Hudson-Price) struggles to cope after her boyfriend moves to LA. With the support of her friends and a chance encounter with a mysterious stranger, Annalies rediscovers the magic of New York that had originally inspired her.

“Long Distance Calling” premiered at the 2015 Knoxville Film Festival and screened at the 2015 Flyway Film Festival.

Written and directed by Andrew Gitomer.

Starring Genevieve Hudson-Price, Michael McKiddy, Caleb Bark, Lonely Christopher, and Joan Marie Juengling. Produced by Alliah Sophia.

For a full list of credits, visit IMDB. For updates, like the film on Facebook.

Feature, 83 Minutes

Rachel and Noah (Rachel Browne & Steven Levine), two friends who have had an on-again, off-again relationship since high school, meet up for the first time after years apart. While they relive their past, Noah remembers the events that led to their current estrangement, and they are forced to decide what form their new relationship will take.

“Past Present Future” premiered at the 2014 Knoxville Film Festival, won “Best Romantic Drama Feature” at the 2015 Indie Gathering, and screened at NewFilmmakers New York.

Written and directed by Andrew Gitomer.

Starring Steven Levine, Rachel Browne, Casey Cancellieri Pamela Fila, Trevor Williams, Mike Satalof, Sarah Elizabeth Mintz, Andrew Gitomer, Natalie Thomas, and Bob Gosse.

Featuring live musical performances by Weed Hounds, Big Soda, and Soft Focus.

For a full list of credits, visit IMDB. For updates, like the film on Facebook.

Short, 12 Minutes

After the first boy she ever loved comes out to her as gay, broken hearted Eleanor (Annabelle Dexter-Jones), a young fashion model living in New York, finds she doesn’t want to be just a “pretty girl” anymore.

“Pretty Girls” is a short teaser for an unproduced feature film of the same name.

Watch the sizzle reel here.

Written and directed by Andrew Gitomer.

Starring Annabelle Dexter-Jones, Sarah Elizabeth Mintz, Rebecca Dayan, Genevieve Hudson-Price, Sophie Auster, Todd Flaherty, Hannah Bailey, and Eleanor Hutchins. Produced by Allie Esslinger.

For a full list of credits, visit IMDB. For updates, like the film on Facebook

Webseries, 8 Episodes

Lily (Nini Ten) is adrift and alone, living in her Brooklyn studio apartment. She’s a true millennial—outside of her job, nearly all of her interactions are mediated by technology. She wants something more than to be a ghost passing through other peoples lives.

“Ghost Stories” premiered on November 1st, 2010 and released new episodes weekly.

Watch the full series here.

Written and directed by Andrew Gitomer.

Starring Nini Ten, Nate Spengler, Noah Barrow, Alliah Sophia, Stephanie Terao, Steven Levine, Thomas Flannery Jr., and Will Strasser. Produced by Darcie Wilder.

For a full list of credits, visit IMDB. For updates, like the series on Facebook.

Short, 19 Minutes

Anna Horowitz (Hannah Bailey) is having a bad week. She hates her parents, resents her friends, regrets her love and fails to meet the most basic expectations she has set for herself–and then, she has to get up and go to school in the morning.

“Night Rituals” won “Best Student Film” at the 2009 Secret City Film Festival (now the Knoxville Film Festival), received an honorable mention at the 2009 Columbus International Film and Video Festival, and screened at the 2009 Open Apperture Film Festival.

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Written and directed by Andrew Gitomer.

Starring Hannah Bailey, Joshua Reily, Darcie Wilder, Steven Levine, Robert J. Siegel, Sandy McAdoo, and Daniel Ferrara.

For a full list of credits, visit IMDB. For updates, like the film on Facebook.