Free Lunch in New York City

by Matthias Drawe

Young filmmaker Hardy von Hachenstein is trying to make it as a small fish in a big pond. He longs to put his new script into the hands of legendary producer Floyd Burns but this is harder than getting a date with the Queen of England.
On the sidelines of his journey through the independent film scene, Hardy keeps juggling several love interests, switches his identity to “Steven C. Cornfield,” and lands a nebulous corporate job in a law firm. Constantly, he finds himself wedged between a rock and a hard place, and, just like the great Houdini, needs to find a way to wiggle himself out …


by Bruno Baba

Noah is a young dreamer who lives in a small town, surrounded by small-minded people. After being persuaded many times to come back to reality, he looks willing to settle for a normal life like everyone else, until . . . a big responsibility forces him to start dreaming again.
What is more painful: walking all your life, or trying to fly? Flying can get you hurt, but maybe, it’s not as hard as they told you anyway…
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