As a dizzying heat wave descends on Montreal and plunges the city into a general torpor, the inhabitants of the Saint-Henri district are prey to events that reason cannot explain. Webseries available here.
2020 LA Film Awards: Best Web Series & Honorable Mention: Drama
2020 NYC Webfest: Best Foreign Language Web Series & Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography
2020 London Short Series Festival: Best Drama
2020 Nominee for CANNESERIES Short Form Competition
2019 Winner of IFP's Web Drama Series
TV Pilot (Drama)
Imagining Practice is a modern retelling of Orpheus and Eurydice, but focused on a brother and sister instead. When Owen returns from college to find his missing sister, he discovers that the town he left has changed and an underworld has appeared in the bowels of the high school.
TV Pilot (Drama)
When everyone in Wonderland dies or disappears, Alice becomes a film-noir detective, determined to discover what happened. In this world, there’s no magic, instead magic is replaced by riddles and steampunk contraptions. The show explores what comes after the ever-afters, and, believe me, it’s no fairy tale.
TV Pilot (Drama)
In a world where everyone is a film noir trope, four individuals—a femme fatale, a dead body, an ingenue, and a detective—begin to push back against their pre-established identities. In the pilot, Faye (a femme fatale) sets out to do the impossible, to create an unsolvable murder. She finds herself head-to-head with a formidable detective, Sarah, who is also a very old friend.
In a cyberpunk future, a jaded outcast reunited with her revolutionary brother battles and manipulates a megacorp god to save her child. Pandora combines the cyberpunk genre with greek mythology, but at its heart it focuses on a mother and daughter relationship.
LOVING DIFFICULT PEOPLE
When Mel’s boyfriend Trevor breaks up with her on the day he planned to propose and, instead, her seemingly perfect sister Izzy gets engaged, Mel vows to put herself first for once by stealing Trevor’s car as revenge. A coming of age story about a 32-year-old who never got the chance to grow up, Loving Difficult People is a whimsical breakdown.
Set in 1898 England, recently orphaned Addie (15) investigates a series of murders that appear to have been caused by vampires. Part coming of age story and part gothic thriller, Absent Whisperers feels like a ghost story. When one of Addie's new friends disappears, she must use her gift of psychometry (divining facts by touch) to find the missing child.
In Little One, a cat (Nora) becomes human. What begins as a rom com between Nora and her owner, ends as a horror movie as Nora's owner attempts to control her and prevent her escape.
Brikelak is a 10 minute film (directed by Dan Gomez) about two lovers, Riley and Annabelle, in a post-apocalyptic world. When Riley loses Annabelle to an alien who takes over Annabelle’s body, Riley tries to befriend the alien and recover some of the connection she had with Annabelle. An unexpected love story, it is a film about survival, connection, and loss. In addition to writing Brikelak, Lindsay was one of the producers.
2021 Screening at NYU FOCUS Film Festival
2020 Screening at NYU Virtual Tisch Fringe Festival