Social Justice

  • STOP

    Directed by Reinaldo Green

    A young man's livelihood is put to the test when he gets profiled and stopped by the police on his way home from practice.

  • Sink or Swim

    Directed by Fraser Hammersly

    How would you choose to live your life truly knowing your days are numbered? Devin Broadbent is reminded of his mortality on a daily basis. Battling cystic fibrosis, Devin lets ENDPAIN take an inside look into the diseases effects both physically and mentally and h...

  • The Sunshine Boy

    Directed by Naaman Azhari

    Inspired by real events, the film follows a mother's realization behind her son's mental state moments before a tragedy.

  • Moon Child

    Directed by Fraser Hammersly

    Three generations of women come together to tell the story of Vina Schmitt, grandmother, mother, and self-proclaimed “Moon Child” of Oceanside, California. Sexually and physically abused by her stepfather as a child, Vina’s forced loss of boundaries led her to purs...

  • Two Men

    Directed by Dominic Allen

    Award winning Australian short film, Two Men, directed by Dominic Allen and shot in the Kimberly town of Fitzroy Crossing by Joel Betts, features a robust and dynamic cast of indigenous Australian non actors. With an original soundtrack by Melbourne artist Felix Riebl...


    Directed by Adrian Elliot

    "Black(f)ish" is a comedy short about many frustrations members of marginalized communities face: being "The Only" in a group / not being seen or heard / those around us being so committed to their preconceived viewpoints that they are unwilling to consider our actual...


    Directed by Matthew Serrano

    From purchased candidates, to homeless encampments. "Pardon Our Pixie Dust" is a student documentary about Anaheim and Disneyland, and what its really like to be the city surrounding the happiest place on earth.

  • Sleep Well, My Baby

    Directed by Aaron Tao

    A narrative film based on the harrowing reality of human trafficking along the Chinese/North Korean border, Sleep Well, My Baby follows the incredible journey of a refugee who's had everything taken from her and will go to desperate measures to get it back.

  • Iridescence

    Directed by Kent Donguines

    "Iridescence" is an experimental visual short film, which exposes how society needs to label a person by their sexuality. In this story, dance and interpretive movement replaces the dialogue, allowing us to use the body to communicate the relationship between the cha...


    Directed by Xavier Neal-Burgin

    On Time follows the life of Renee Johnson, a mother forced to make a dangerous decision for the sake of her child. Six months unemployed and desperate, Renee realizes this isn't the life she want for her seven-year-old daughter, Imani. Renee receives an interview...