Farm Fresh Indie Films

  • Good Game

    Creative and competitive, members of the Evil Geniuses Starcraft 2 team must prove themselves to make the cut in professional video gaming. Good Game follows the team as they discover that one wrong move could end their dreams.

  • Omega Jam

    The great grandson of a successful doctor, Alex is a true indie, one who refuses to let go of his singular love for making games even when he has no idea who’s couch he’ll be sleeping on next. Join Alex and his talented, introspective colleagues as they share their pre-launch hopes and fears, and deliberate their crushing post-launch depressions.

  • Feeding Mr. Baldwin

    A house sitter bites off more than he can chew when a dead body mysteriously shows up at the estate he's watching.

  • The Quiet Girl's Guide To Violence

    A victim of childhood bullying decides she will no longer suffer silently in this darkly comic tale of revenge and Christmas.

  • Return of the Moonwalker

    Count Cagliostro, a time-traveling sorcerer masquerading as the emcee of a "punk circus" in Berlin, raises Michael Jackson from the dead to start a global revolution.

  • Losing LeBron

    A documentary about LeBron James' first season with the Miami Heat, through the eyes of the fans he left behind.

  • The Golden Scallop

    The 43rd annual Golden Scallop pits a food truck seeking redemption, an aging former champion, and a well-financed, novelty friendly fish house against each other in the truest test of short-order cooking mettle.

  • How We Got Away With It

    After being released from jail just before the arrival of his friends for their annual reunion, Henry discovers a shocking tragedy. Driven by revenge, his rash and unpredictable response sets in motion a chain of events that will reveal his darkest secrets, resulting in revenge and murder that will forever change the course of everyone's lives.

  • Steve Chong Finds Out That Suicide Is A Bad Idea

    Four friends embark on a misadventure to a remote lake house where one of them announces that he plans to kill himself.

  • Cut/Print

    A group of ambitious filmmakers offer a serial killer anonymity to document footage of his grisly crimes to create the world's first reality horror movie.

  • Tin Can Man

    Recently dumped by his girlfriend for another man, working in a job he hates, things could be better for Peter. One night, while he is alone in his apartment, there is a knock at the door. His life will never be the same again.

  • Cannibal Diner

    A group of models find themselves trapped in a factory inhabited by a cannibalistic degenerated family.

  • May I Kill U

    Baz is one of Britain's new breed of police, a cycle cop. Although he appears to be a figure of fun, a freak accident turns him into a psychopath...As riots break out in London, a head injury changes Baz from an everyday police officer into a mad vigilante, offering no-hope criminals a stark choice, arrest or death.

  • Spilt Milk

    A disgruntled grocery store clerk can't quit living in the past until one night his store gets robbed and it changes his future forever.

  • The Color Out of Space

    Arkham, 1975: Jonathan Davis' father has disappeared. His tracks lead to Germany, to the Swabian-Franconian Forest where he was stationed after the Second World War. Jonathan sets out to find him and bring him home, but deep in the woods he discovers a dark mystery from the past. Based on H.P. Lovecraft's short novel "The Colour Out of Space".

  • Loves Her Gun

    After being attacked, Allie flees NY for Austin in hopes of regaining her morale. There she falls into gun culture and discovers that the weapons she chooses to make herself feel safe cause greater problems than the ones she fled.

  • Austin High

    In this hilarious and sexy stoner adventure, the blazed students and faculty of Austin's Ladybird High attempt to shake off their slacker demons to stand up for their lifestyle and the eccentric city they love.

  • Mars

    MARS is a uniquely animated romantic comedy about astronauts and robots falling in love on their way to the red planet. Told in the playful style of a graphic novel, MARS is equal parts character driven story, homage to our galactic neighbor, and exploration of why we explore.

  • One Couch at a Time

    Experience the global sharing phenomenon up close in Alexandra Liss' documentary about Couchsurfing. Liss couchsurfs for seven months through 21 countries and six subcontinents, exploring societal limits and implications for the emerging sharing economy.

  • The Poisoning

    Three men travel across the country and encounter a hitchhiker that turns their world upside down. A maddening hell ride and a race for survival ensue.

  • Man from Orlando

    A CPR-certified criminal mastermind returns to his hometown and ignites a gang battle between lifeguards and firefighters.

  • Cinema Six

    Mason, Dennis, and Gabe have worked at the Stanton Family Cinemas for longer than they want to remember, but long enough they don't want to leave. Most of their time is spent messing with customers, watching fellow employees work out their relationship issues and basically just slacking off, but at a cost.

  • Let's Ruin It With Babies

    Channing is a young woman with a perfect rockstar life – a beautiful house, a dream job running a mobile karaoke bar, and a well-meaning husband intent on ruining it all by knocking her up.

  • Cancerpants

    A warm, witty, and insightful human story of triumph that arms women worldwide touched by breast cancer. Through the candid and emotionally aware voice of breast cancer survivor, Rochelle Poulson, cancerpants overcomes the struggles with enduring courage and clarity.

  • Men with Beards

    A strange tale of beauty and brotherhood. MEN WITH BEARDS is a celebration of natural beauty and inner strength.

  • Burning Man: Beyond Black Rock

    Go behind the scenes of a social revolution to explore the philosophy that makes it a worldwide cultural force.

  • A Line in the Sand

    A human story unfolds when detectives aggravated by a major bust gone wrong are forced to deal with a tormented man thrown into the cage after urinating on the Mayor's limo. The explosive combination of character and situation balances intense drama with laugh out loud comedy.

  • Mile High Horror Shorts

    A compilation of top horror shorts from the renowned Mile High Film Festival that takes place each October in Denver, CO. For festival information visit

  • Good Night

    A rollercoaster night of questions, coping, and debauchery is what Leigh's 29th birthday party becomes after she and her husband announce that it may be the last time their friends see her alive.

  • Carlos Spills The Beans

    Growing up in a rich ass family, getting laid, and being the boss.

  • In The Shadow

    A healer is tormented by the dark side of his "gift."

  • Home, James

    Home, James is a romance that follows James, a local Tulsa photographer as he falls for Cooper, a party girl looking for a way out of town, who both inspires him to take a chance with his art and begins destroying his life with her drinking.

  • Survey Of Open Space

    A pair of urbanites set out on a 4000-mile cross-continental bicycle ride in search of the last wild place in America, to their dismay, they get exactly what they asked for.

  • Don't Know Yet

    A feel-good road movie about a broken man who lets the hitchhikers he picks up determine his direction and destiny. Everything changes when he meets a free-spirited woman who guides him on a journey of self-discovery while hiding a secret of her own.

  • Circle The Wagen

    Idealistic adventurer Dave and his convivial co-pilot Charlie journey down Route 66 in a ramshackle 1972 VW bus. Through setbacks galore the two discover a teeming underground of vintage VW diehards willing to help rally them on to California.

  • Motivational Growth w/ Bonus Content

    Ian Folivor, a depressed and reclusive 30-something, finds himself taking advice from a growth in his bathroom after a failed suicide attempt. The Mold, a smooth talking fungus who was born of the filth collecting in a corner of Ian's neglected bathroom, works to win Ian's trust by helping him clean himself up and remodel his lifestyle. With The Mold's help, Ian attracts the attention of a neighbor he's been ogling through his peephole, Leah, and he manages to find a slice of happiness despite his unnatural circumstances. But Ian starts to receive strange messages from his old and broken down TV set that make him realize that The Mold may not be as helpful as it seems to be, and strange characters combined with stranger events cast Ian's life in the shadow of an epic battle between good and evil that Ian is only partially aware of.

  • Soft In The Head

    Thrown out of her apartment, Natalia, a 25-year-old hot mess, relies on the kindness of friends and strangers. Seemingly unaware of the havoc she wreaks, she skips from one place to another, ending up at a shelter run by a veritable saint.

  • Stream Dream

    Filmmaker Rob VanAlkemade (Training for the Aplocalypse, What Would Jesus Buy) pairs up with Devolver Digital to (rather hilariously) investigate the booming democratization of the gaming media via the suddenly hugely popular and important YouTube and Twitch streamers such as Pew Die Pie, Smosh, Angry Joe, and more.

  • Diving Normal

    Fulton, an ambitious Brooklynite graphic novelist, and Gordon, his socially awkward neighbor, are best friends who both vie for the attention of Dana, a beautiful but damaged girl.

  • Daylight

    A team of Child Protective Services workers investigate a series of bizarre child abuse cases in the small town of Daylight, IN. As the mystery unfolds, they discover the cases may actually be linked by demonic possession.

  • Aya: Awakenings

    An experiential journalist ventures into the Amazon Jungle to discover the mysteries of a powerful visionary plant medicine and the shamans who work with it.

  • Exile Nation: The Plastic People

    Based on the work of Chris Bava and Jorge Nieto. The Plastic People follows US deportees in Tijuana as they struggle to survive a Cartel war zone, living in cardboard shacks and sewer pipes, creating an ever expanding underworld of exiles.

  • See You Next Tuesday

    An odd pregnant girl disrupts the lives of her campy recovering alcoholic mother and vulgar lesbian sister during a nervous breakdown.

  • Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie

    The AVGN must overcome his phobia of the worst video game in the world to save his fans.

  • Gaming In Color

    Out of the closet and into the arcade! Gaming In Color is a full length documentary of the story of the queer gaming community, gaymer culture and events, and the rise of LGBTQ themes in video games.

  • Come Together: A Beatles Tribute

    If music is the universal language, then the songs of the Beatles are its Rosetta Stone. The Fab Four no loner exist, but their musical legacy lives on through an estimated 8,000 'look-alike-sound-alike' tribute bands worldwide.

  • 500 Miles

    Emily is the girl that the world seemingly forgot about. Lost on the opposite side of the tracks, it isn't until she becomes stranded in the middle of nowhere that she finally begins to discover a path to her own redemption.

  • Black Box

    A grad student in theatre directs a group of undergrads in an adaptation of a 1980s young adult novel, altering them all in unexpected ways.

  • King of Herrings

    An offbeat look at four Crescent City layabouts, who dream big in a 'small change' world of cards, women and endless cups of coffee. Their passionate blundering, like their rants, can be at once funny, poignant, ridiculous and heartbreaking. Ditch, their self appointed king, is an irascible son-of-a-bitch with a Napoleon complex, and his pals love him for it. Until one day he pushes the self-tenured Professor too far. A game of threats, posturing and sexual ploys lead them down a dark but comic road in this exploration of what it is to be a man today. Filmed in black and white, this richly textured character study could be the bastard child of Woody Allen and Tom Waits, brought to life by an ensemble of real-life character actors who have known each other and worked together for over twenty- five years.

  • Forever's End

    The last girl on earth... is not alone.

  • Pixel Poetry

    "Pixel Poetry" is a documentary film about progressive creative culture as it has been championed by one of its greatest advocates - videogames. Using popular debates that have long surrounded videogames as a catalyst for this, the film will analyze the misunderstood notions and arguments in art and technological advancement to bring a new perspective to a compelling discussion about the evolution of its meaning.

  • Down Here

    When an alcoholic detective fights to find a murderer targeting street workers in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, he struggles to escape the haunting memories of his past and unexpectedly finds solace within the fragile community he endeavors to protect.

  • Rest Days

    An aspiring bodybuilder from Boston decides to track down his internet famous idol, but he can't escape his troubled past - even when he's 3,000 miles away in the twisted Valley outside Los Angeles.

  • The Worst Year of My Life

    One week before proposing to his girlfriend, Kyle, a down-on-his-luck romantic, discovers that she's been sleeping with another man. Unemployed, saddled with debt, and depressed, Kyle embarks on a funny yet affecting journey to recovery that involves living in his car, bottom-of-the-barrel jobs, therapy, online dating, and Kyle's own wild, fantastical, and snarky imagination.

  • Bound by Sea

    Four Oceans in one year is a huge task. Add to that a full time job, a family, and a surf charity and you get Jack Viorel. A man whose life is equal parts demanding and inspiring. He and his daughter travel the world teaching children with disabilities that anything is possible with a little heart and determination.

  • The Historian

    A troubled, young history professor tries to escape his past by taking a job at a new university, where he struggles with an entrenched and equally-troubled department chair, rampant student apathy, and new relationships that complicate and challenge his world-view.

  • White Creek

    White Creek is a place from another universe. A place where feudalism remains intact and people struggle to break free from debt. One family must escape the dangers of this decaying society, as the power in their valley changes hands. In the end they are left to decide how to move forward in this universe and the next.

  • Coffee Kill Boss

    From its humble beginnings as a tannery for hog bellies, the Wood and Wood corporation has evolved into a vast, corrupt modern-day holdings corporation. Lifelong employee and self-described 'company man' HENRY WOOD (Eddie Jemison) should have been handed the reins to the company after his father died three months ago, but he was instead passed over by the board for an interim president, WALT FORD (Robert Forster). Today, top management has gathered at headquarters to await an offer of acquisition that will make them each rich beyond their dreams--and divorce Henry once and for all from the business his grandfather started 80 years earlier. The day starts badly when Walt Ford is found hanging from a noose in the boardroom. When management elects to ignore the suicide until their deal has closed, the decision sends the entire office into a death spiral of finger pointing, deal-making, prophetic PowerPoint presentations and gruesome murders.