Movies About Angels or Unseen Influences

Arella

Arella

From Martin’s apartment window, Nick and Martin see a man outside staring at the window. When the man leaves, Martin follows him out of curiosity. Martin is surprised to discover that the man is a fierce angel, intent on hunting down another angel. (12 minutes)

It Had Wings

It Had Wings

An elderly widow, alone at home, sees a wounded angel fall into her backyard and assists the angel. (10 minutes)

L.U.C.K.

L.U.C.K.

This is not really a movie about angels, but it is about karma. In this movie, karma is the responsibility of L.U.C.K (Lab of Unnatural Compensational Karmatezation), a secret organization that alters our daily lives to ensure that we get what we deserve. Luke E. Shwartz is a bully who got away with everything, until a Compensator at L.U.C.K. works to karmatize Luke in a slapstick medley of pain, twist and irony. (11 minutes)

Life’s Edge

Life’s Edge

While investigating the homicide of a young woman, British police detective Katie Goodwin makes a deal with the Angel of Death to bring the perpetrator to justice. (7 minutes)

North Bay

North Bay

Maverick scientist Sachin Fayez spent the last seventeen years trying to demonstrate experimentally his theory of the Chasm Strait, a means of communication outside the known universe, which was a spinoff of his research with Caltech trying to materialize matter with sound. Seventeen years of no results ruined Sachin’s reputation, until dramatic evidence supporting the Chasm Strait appeared in very unexpected ways. (15 minutes)   Written and Directed by Adam Grabarnick

Schizofredric

Schizofredric

Fredric has become a lazy slob. His work productivity is very low, his house is a mess, he neglects his girlfriend, and he is unable to write his great novel. Out of desperation, he calls Trans-Dimensional Therapies to try their Ego Enlightenment Program. Their methods are very unorthodox, even bizarre, but very effective in transforming Frederic’s life for the better. (17 minutes)

So You've Grown Attached

So You’ve Grown Attached

When shy girl Izzy moves to a new neighborhood, she has no friends, but plays a lot with her imaginary friend Ex. The Bureau of Imaginary Friends explains to Ex that Izzy is getting too old for imaginary friends, and that it is time for Ex to retire. Before retiring, Ex helps Izzy make some real friends. (15 minutes)