Brooklyn On Demand, the only streaming platform exclusively dedicated to Brooklyn-centric films and media, has added more great indies to its ever-growing slate of Free and Premium Titles.
In the comedy Guest House, Lance Wesley (Mark Gessner) lost his job and fiancee on the same day. Depressed and downtrodden, he moves back into his parents' guesthouse where he spent his youth. As he fights constantly with his frustrated and less-than-patient father (Family Ties' Michael Gross), relics from his past pay him a visit. Will his past propel him forward? Directed by Aaron Wolf with a Brooklyn-based crew.
The drama Milk & Honey follows Maya Rivera, who makes the ultimate decision to run away from her abusive foster home on her 15th birthday. She confesses her escape plans to her loyal boyfriend, Josiah, but little does she know her crazed and jealous stepbrother, Johnny, is hot on their trail. Directed by Brooklyn College alum Daniel Pfeffer and starring Yainis Ynoa, Joshua Rivera and Billy Conahan.
Available for rent and purchase exclusively on BKOD, Universal Language is a comedy that follows Dan, who wakes up after his first night in Paris after a black-out one night stand. He comes to find out that the woman in bed next to him doesn't speak any English while he speaks no French. But for two lost people who will stop at nothing to avoid involvement, the lack of communication is the perfect scenario for staying unattached. It's a risk-free liaison that might stay anonymous as long as the events from the night before remain unremembered. Directed by Brooklyn-based filmmaker Kirsten Russell.