OutSet: The Young Filmmakers Project

  • Prudence

    Prudence, an elderly lady and recent widow, has shut out the world, convinced there is nothing left worth living for. One day she receives an invitation to the home’s Veteran’s Day Dance from her deceased wife. With a wandering mind and aching soul, she sets out to see her wife, and by doing so, ...

  • Victory Boulevard

    In the heat and haze of a Van Nuys summer, two teenage boys discover an unexpected connection.

  • Spare Parts

    A coming-of-age story about two adolescent girls in love and a little too much parental involvement.

  • Protected

    A young skater and older gentleman discuss life, community, and activism while getting tested at a HIV clinic.

  • Promise Me a Lie

    Promise Me A Lie is an American Drama Film written by Danny Hernandez and directed by Amasha Alexandra Scott. The plot centers on a Mexican high school student who defies his culture by falling for a Salvadorian student, who is experiencing love for the first time.

  • Hey Stacy!

    An awkward teenage girl is peer-pressured by her friends to ask out her high-school crush.

  • Empowered

    In a dystopian world, two teenagers discover the true beauty of their forbidden superpowers as society tries to crush who they truly are.

  • My Mothers Orphan

    Maria, a 60 year-old devout Catholic mother is growing blind. As her sight declines, her lesbian daughter Lucha, a clumsy and shy 27-year- old photographer, pleads for her mother to move in so she can take care of her. When Maria refuses to move in until Lucha recognizes that she is NOT gay, Luch...

  • Sigourney Weaver

    Serayah drugs and kidnaps her girlfriend Jody in an attempt to save their relationship. Things get complicated when Serayah meets Leisha, the cashier Jody has been flirting with, and they bond over their love for Sigourney Weaver in Alien.

  • The Curse

    An eager young man goes to meet a dreamy Grindr hookup on Halloween night, when he crosses paths with a drunken witch who curses him, compelling him to tell the truth.

  • Ladies Room

    Identities are confronted and generation gaps closed when an experienced drag queen catches a teenage boy stealing a pair of her heels.

  • Flamers: Bottoms in a Brushfire

    Two clueless, narcissistic (but also beautiful and valid) bottoms are forced to pack up their home during a brushfire. Shall they bring their pride flag or their great grandma's urn? An examination of priorities.