Established in 2014, HipStory’s Film Division continues to grow into a unique and socially aware video and film production company. From producing Music Videos to short films, HSF uses film as a starting point to create a platform for marginalized voice. HipStory Films has worked with various prestigious organizations including Northeastern University, Museum of Fine Arts & Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, HUB Week, MIT, Company One, and All Def Digital, and hopes to continue to grow its influence on both outside and immediate communities. We believe in creating a unique piece of work while maintaining the vision and authenticity of the artist.
The Art of Being Haunted (2016)
Basqui, a first-year college student suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, brings his ghosts with him on his way back to school.
“Vitiligo” is the story of a successful black doctoral student attempting to prepare for his dissertation on social psychology while tumbling into a psychotic break.
The Methodist (2017)
A one-take experience about Joaquin, an actor who refuses to break character, revealing revelations about the upbringing that fuels his work ethic to his girlfriend.