Festival Collective Announces January Films

The Festival Collective is excited to release its next batch of films presented by XFINITY. The Collective's expansion on January 1st includes 8 new shorts from 5 different film festivals. Be sure to check out the following films now available to Comcast subscribers across the Southeast: 

My Mother the Flatiron by Lewis Smithingham | Atlanta Film Festival

  A film for my late mother, I straddle the space between life and death, sight and perception.

A film for my late mother, I straddle the space between life and death, sight and perception.

Confessions of a Pedalphile by Edward Valibus | Indie Memphis 

  See the world through the eyes of a pedalphile, adults who like to ride little kids’ bikes.

See the world through the eyes of a pedalphile, adults who like to ride little kids’ bikes.

Jack & Jill by Spencer Harvey and Lloyd Harvey | Charleston International Film Festival

  Sometimes a little truth... finds its way into a little fairytale...

Sometimes a little truth... finds its way into a little fairytale...

Secret of the Trees by Albert Mayslas | Nashville Film Festival

  13 year-old inventor, Aidan, realized that trees use a mathematical formula to gather sunlight in crowded forests.

13 year-old inventor, Aidan, realized that trees use a mathematical formula to gather sunlight in crowded forests.

You Don't Know Jack by Morgan Spurlock | Nashville Film Festival

  Jack Andraka, high school sophomore, has developed a revolutionary new test for pancreatic cancer.

Jack Andraka, high school sophomore, has developed a revolutionary new test for pancreatic cancer.

Echoes by Diane Bou-Chedid | Macon Film Festival

  A girl's discovery of her deceased father through his tapes.

A girl's discovery of her deceased father through his tapes.

Jesus Fish by Bryce McGuire | Macon Film Festival

  A religious con artist and his adopted brother are pitted against a fabled aquatic monster  .

A religious con artist and his adopted brother are pitted against a fabled aquatic monster.

Never Be That Tough by Nancy Jean Tucker | Macon Film Festival

  You could lose everything and it will still be alright.

You could lose everything and it will still be alright.