Introducing Leah's Indie Film Series @ Soundstage 909!

 909 Islington Street, Suite 1, Portsmouth, NH


Leah's Indie Film Series is a new monthly film series I've created in conjunction with my media partner WSCA Portsmouth Community Radio. My goal is to bring both short and feature length indie films to an audience that may not otherwise see them, while helping get the word out about up and coming filmmakers, and their projects from around the world, on a monthly basis. If you have a film you wish to submit to Leah's Indie Film Series, please click here.



The next Series will be held Thursday May 18 at 7 pm. Admission is $5 and concessions will be available for purchase. 


For May's edition I will be partnering with Bluestocking Film Series to showcase films with strong female protagonists that have passed the Bechdel-Wallace Test.


***Listen to my interview with Kate Kaminski of Bluestocking here***

May's Films will include:


Real Artists by Cameo Wood: Set in the near future, and based on Ken Liu’s short story of the same name, Sophia has just scored every animator’s dream.But in order to maintain her artistic integrity, it’s going to take all of Sophia’s instincts and nerve  12 minutes








Terminal by Natasha Waugh: a short film about the decisions women make in the face of overwhelming personal circumstance 11 Minutes










Rhonna and Donna by Daina Pusic: How are you supposed to act when you are conjoined at the hip? 15 Minutes









Bliss Blue by Elle Schneider: A seemingly ordinary woman is clearly having an un-ordinary day 10 Minutes














Shauna is a Liar by Chell Stephen: An isolated, imaginative, perfectionist exacts ill-conceived revenge on all liars of the world via the one target she has access to: a classmate sharing her name 10 Minutes









Las Rubias by Carlota Martinez Pereda: Blonde, pretty and delinquent. Nothing stands in the way of Marta and Pepa...except another blonde. Inspired by real events 17 Minutes








Zarpazo by Nerea Castro Andreu: Mar and Xara meet in a remote mountain setting. Everything is prepared to make the leap into hiding…  14 Minutes






They Charge for the Sun by Terence Nance: In a dystopian future where people live nocturnally to avoid the harmful rays of the sun, a young black girl unravels the lie that has kept her and her sister in the dark 17 Minutes












Films from past months:

Quitting Time, by Jeffery Palmer: Having promised his wife to quit smoking before the birth of their first child, a husband enjoys one final cigarette in this atmospheric 16 mm short film. 3 Minutes


Listen to my interview with Jeffery "JB" Palmer here






The Deja Vuers, by Jason Allen and Chris Esper:  A man experiences deja vu when he spots a woman sitting on a park bench - a woman he remembers from a dream, but has never met. When their paths finally cross, a portal opens which takes each of their lives in unexpected directions. 8 Minutes


Listen to my interview with Chris Esper here





Brute Sanity, by Sam Vanivray: An FBI-trained neuropsychologist teams up with a thief to find a reality-altering device while her insane ex-boss unleashes bizarre traps to stop her. 81 Minutes


Listen to my interview with filmmaker Sam Vanivray here





The Last Hurrah, by K. P. Tutera:Bonnie and Clyde-esque divorced couple rob a bank to set themselves up pretty for retirement. When they return to her place to divvy up the cash, he's thinking it's his chance to get his wife and kid back, but she has other ideas. 17 Minutes


Listen to my interview with K. Patrick Tutera here




Condemned, by Legrand McMullen: From San Quentin's death row, a convicted killer tells the gripping, tragic story of his life and crimes. When the day of his execution arrives, something extraordinary happens, and the space between life and death isn't so clear. 14 Minutes 



Keep an eye here for info about the upcoming months' films!