Indie Film Studio Honora Releases New Original Series

It is no secret that creatives fuel one another — artists thrive in the company of other fellow creators and risk takers.  Either in formal collectives, such as Lars von Trier and Thomas Vinterberg’s Dogme 95, or gatherings as informal as blogs and chat rooms, community is key to the artistic process and final work.

Honora joins this tradition by premiering four new episodic series, all which feature emerging talent. Backing breakout favorites such as David Cross’s “Hits!” and Demetri Martin’s directorial debut “Dean”, which garnished top prize at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, Honora has partnered with the next wave of rising talent in nonfiction, stand up comedy, and dramatic episodic series.  Now streaming exclusively on BitTorrent, Honora presents works from Tota Sigurdardottir, Andy De Young, Simon Gibson, Alex Klein, Brett Simon and others.

Having spent most of his life behind bars for smuggling marijuana, Back On Track follows former Indy 500 star Randy Lanier as he integrates back into society through what he loves most, racing and cars.  Directed by Tota Sigurdardottir.

New Wave showcases the future of filmmaking as seen by the minds of talented new directors. Andy De Young’s films are as strange and obscure as they are sincere and funny. This selection features collaborations with Kate Berlant, Maria Blasucci and John Early.

Stand up and sketch comedy, The Specials features undiscovered talent.  Pilot episode starring Simon Gibson on stand up, with a digital short by Andy Kozel.

San Marino is a country – a very tiny country. Located inside of Italy, it totals 24 square miles, and has a population of 32,000.  It also has the last ranked FIFA football team in the world.

This is the story of regular guys with regular lives…who every so often, play against the best football players on the planet. Directed by Alex Klein and narrated by Alex Karpovsky.

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