After witnessing the fall of the twin towers, Annie heads to Japan to study Butoh, looking for a dance form that expresses the destruction she can’t comprehend. Ten years later, Annie is diagnosed with stage four cancer and returns to Butoh to prepare for her final dance. Still Now confronts us with the accelerated motion of a woman learning and losing her body, accompanied by the doctors, teachers, friends and lovers that become her partners in movement, to ask the question: what can our bodies teach us that our minds cannot fathom?
Bear Creek is a small town. So when rumor spreads of an impending visit from the President himself, everyone gets very excited. There’s just one problem – no one knows when he’s coming, or why. And who’s that mysterious man in a dark suit, asking all those questions? A dark comedy about the way we live now.