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New films! 4 of our newest and also our very first film.

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Five award-winning short films, filled with heart. Four of these films are our newest creations. They're still on the festival circuit and aren't available to the general public. Also included is "The Doctor's Last Day," our very first film. Compare it to our latest, "Gnarly Inside," and you'll see our learning curve. While children enjoy these films, they've been made for adults. (Also included is a short bonus film -- a folk tale for our times).

These shorts include music from Compass and Cavern, Moon, Fowler, ANBR, Geva Alon and other indie artists.

This season of films includes two fairy tale adaptations and three original scripts that explore contemporary struggles -- with large doses of comedy.

Our very first film. Made in 2019. "The Doctors Last Day" -- (5 min) A psychologist tries to help four different friends who visit him on the same day.

More recent films (in order of creation)--

"The Split" -- (14 min) Amy and Sam split up as the US also comes apart.

"Visiting Valerie" -- (15 min) On a sunny Saturday at the zoo, Jackie wonders: is she smart of just a selfish jerk?

"Phone Gal" -- (3 min) A modern retelling of "The Little Match Girl" -- a cautionary tale.

"Gnarly Inside" -- (12 min) Prince Gnarly criticizes everyone, especially Sally. After Gnarly meets a scrappy fairy godmother, he is offered three wishes. Why do they always end so badly for him? A comedy inspired by the fairy tale, "King Thrushbeard."

And one bonus film -- "The Old Woman Knitting the Garment of the World." Based on an old folktale that fits our current times. Made during the lockdown.

About the filmmaker: Laura Lewis-Barr was a graduate student in clinical psychology but eventually switched majors and earned her M.A in theatre. She is an award-winning playwright and screenwriter. After her play, "Cloistered Honey," was made into a low budget film, Laura began making short stop motion films. Laura’s films have been screened at festivals around the country. Laura continues to study Jungian psychology and include these insights into her films. She loves using animation as a way to explore deep lessons embedded in folk and fairy tales. She makes these short films in her Chicago basement and finished some of them during the pandemic lockdown.

Visit lauralewisbarrfilms.com for more information.

Thank you for supporting independent filmmaking!

$19.99
$19.99

New films! 4 of our newest and also our very first film.

Five award-winning short films, filled with heart. Four of these films are our newest creations. They're still on the festival circuit and aren't available to the general public. Also included is "The Doctor's Last Day," our very first film. Compare it to our latest, "Gnarly Inside," and you'll see our learning curve. While children enjoy these films, they've been made for adults. (Also included is a short bonus film -- a folk tale for our times).

These shorts include music from Compass and Cavern, Moon, Fowler, ANBR, Geva Alon and other indie artists.

This season of films includes two fairy tale adaptations and three original scripts that explore contemporary struggles -- with large doses of comedy.

Our very first film. Made in 2019. "The Doctors Last Day" -- (5 min) A psychologist tries to help four different friends who visit him on the same day.

More recent films (in order of creation)--

"The Split" -- (14 min) Amy and Sam split up as the US also comes apart.

"Visiting Valerie" -- (15 min) On a sunny Saturday at the zoo, Jackie wonders: is she smart of just a selfish jerk?

"Phone Gal" -- (3 min) A modern retelling of "The Little Match Girl" -- a cautionary tale.

"Gnarly Inside" -- (12 min) Prince Gnarly criticizes everyone, especially Sally. After Gnarly meets a scrappy fairy godmother, he is offered three wishes. Why do they always end so badly for him? A comedy inspired by the fairy tale, "King Thrushbeard."

And one bonus film -- "The Old Woman Knitting the Garment of the World." Based on an old folktale that fits our current times. Made during the lockdown.

About the filmmaker: Laura Lewis-Barr was a graduate student in clinical psychology but eventually switched majors and earned her M.A in theatre. She is an award-winning playwright and screenwriter. After her play, "Cloistered Honey," was made into a low budget film, Laura began making short stop motion films. Laura’s films have been screened at festivals around the country. Laura continues to study Jungian psychology and include these insights into her films. She loves using animation as a way to explore deep lessons embedded in folk and fairy tales. She makes these short films in her Chicago basement and finished some of them during the pandemic lockdown.

Visit lauralewisbarrfilms.com for more information.

Thank you for supporting independent filmmaking!

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  • For more info on these films, as well as trailers and production photos, see the other cover images linked above. Use cursor to find arrow and scroll right. To see more production pics and hear about live or virtual screening events visit lauralewisbarrfilms.com

  • For more info on these films, as well as trailers and production photos, see the other cover images linked above. Use cursor to find arrow and scroll right. To see more production pics and hear about live or virtual screening events visit lauralewisbarrfilms.com

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