Leah's Indie Film Series @ Soundstage 909


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, or would like more information please click here.



The next Series will be held Thursday August 17 at 7 pm. Admission is $10 and concessions will be available for purchase. It will take place at 909 Islington Street, Suite 1, Portsmouth NH.




August is Timothy J. Cox Month!

All films included will feature actor Timothy J. Cox!


Listen to my interview with Timothy J. Cox here!



Simple Mind by Phil Newsom: Simple Mind is the story of a man, who through therapy, discovers more about himself and his life than he ever imagined. 10 Minutes








Dirty Books by Zachary Lapierre
: When his high school's newspaper is threatened to be transformed into an online blog, David seeks out the best story within the halls of Prichard Hall School that'll save the newspaper...even if the story is completely untrue. 16 Minutes











Gunderson’s by Matt Porter
: Max, about to start his first week of teaching health at a middle school, finds out he has a rare venereal disease with only one symptom. 14 Minutes










Here Lies Joe by Mark Battle
: Joe, a suicidal man, attends a support group where he meets Z, a disarming and troubled young woman who leads him on a series of adventures that change his outlook on life. 23 Minutes











Psychic Murder by Brandon Block
: After a young comic finds his stride by joking about his birth defect - a three fingered hand - he finds himself targeted by a ruthless talent agent who will either make his career or destroy his life. 10 Minutes













Total Performance by Sean Meehan
: Cori is and actress, but her main gig is a little bit different. She works for a company that employs actors to play opposite real people who want to rehearse a difficult conversation. A breakup, a firing, or even an embarrassing confession: the company that she works for provides a living, breathing 'sparring dummy' for their clients. 18 Minutes









What Jack Built by Matthew Mahler: What is that thing Jack is building in his cellar? How could such a device be used? Perhaps it has something to do with that creature out in the woods... 11 Minutes







The Best Birthday Ever by Cole Jaeger: A comedy about Dimpton, an older teen who acts like a child, who narrates the story of his birthday and the events leading up to his big wish. 5 Minutes







Films from past months:


July 2017


June 2017

May 2017

April 2017