Subconscious Films



Now on Netflix, and premiering at the SXSW 2018 Film Festival, this character-driven feature documentary peeks into the digital and real worlds of today’s image-focused teenager, where followers, likes and comments mark success and self worth.  More info...



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A man diagnosed with terminal cancer, after a painful near-death round of treatment, decides to use the money he had left in his bank account to buy a riverboat. Planning to live out the rest of his life on the Mississippi, he outlives the timeline doctors had given him and must learn to be a river man. Directed by Tim Grant & Andy McMillan.




Premiering as part of National Geographic's Short Film Showcase, this short documentary/narrative hybrid retells the story of inventor Phillippe Kahn as he pioneered the world's first camera phone and photo-sharing network.  On June 11th, 1997, Kahn was also occupied with another event, namely, the birth of his daughter Sophie, but that didn't stop him for testing and finishing the invention that eventually become an indispensable part of modern life. 



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New York-based director Andrew Ondrejcak presents an experimental take on the traditional operatic diva, replacing them with queer and trans performers who are on the forefront of contemporary performance. Lip-synching to Henry Purcell's Dido and Aeneas (1689), they infuse energy and meaning to the iconic myth—which receives a radical update for 2018. The film features Love Bailey, Bebe Huxley, and make-up star Gottmilk among others, and premiered on in June, 2018.