4 Episodes

Stories grounded in the shared experience of human existence.

A wistful story of a child's friendship that transcends time itself, a heartwarming tale that shows it's never too late to learn something new, a lonely soul’s solitary existence changes in a big way and a breezy burst of joy springs from an otherwise dark time.

Watch this pack if: you like films with something profound to say, you’re feeling existential but not nihilistic or you’re craving a cinematic experience with a little more substance.

Total runtime: 58 minutes.

Contents: The Time Tree (20), Layla (18), Best Before End… (15), Lovelorn Lockdown (5).


    Episode 1

    Layla is a 60-year-old Syrian refugee, balancing working at the local funfair with looking after her young granddaughter. Struggling to build relationships around her, she finally makes a connection with Femi, who teaches her to skateboard.


    Episode 2

    François, 65 years old, lives alone in his humble flat. He has no one to talk to since his mother died. Only a pigeon landing on his window from time to time, seems to visit him. This film is based on true events.


    Episode 3

    1596. Anne, a deaf girl, bullied by the maids and mistresses who look after her, finds solace when she comes across a magical tree: a portal to the present, where she meets Jo and Rachel, who help her overcome her disability.

  • LOVELORN LOCKDOWN - a Vidiverse Original

    Episode 4

    Alex Proyas' experiment in remote filmmaking. Set to Isham Jones and Gus Kahn’s ‘It Had to Be You’, LOVELORN LOCKDOWN follows two lovers in the midst of Sydney’s 107-day lockdown and the changing nature of their relationship. Written, produced and shot remotely (on smartphones) during the lockdow...