FilmFreeway Flocally Online Festival 2022 Selected Films

At Flocally, our goal is to represent the art of hard worker artists who poured their heart in the making of cinema projects for your entertainment. Let’s give a warm welcome to this year selected films:

Code Red For Humanity, is food for the mind of every conscious creature in this world. This film made us reflect on what exactly are we spending our time and energy into, and what else can we do to better ourselves as a community. In times like we are living right now, we thought this film hit all the right buttons. Check it out right here!

Shadow of a Man, is an assassin with a terminal brain disease kills for the one thing he needs most…More Time. This noir film made us remember the multimillion box film “In Time”; sometimes we think we have everything under control, but do we? Sometimes we get way too comfortable with what was given to us, that is never recovered… you can decide to live any day, if you can; but what about what you let go to waste? Sometimes, time is underappreciated. Check it out right here!

A group of people in Indiana gain superpowers and must come together to fight off alien parasites known as Parasite Humans. PARAGENEX was such a breath of air when it comes to fiction. We feel like we’ve seen it all, but you haven’t seen PARAGENEX, so there is still horizons to explore. Zombie-like creatures, action, superpowers and more to watch in this awesome mini series that you can’t possibly miss. Check it out right here!

We’re always striving for more, to empower the new artists of tomorrow. Stay tuned for our next Flocally Online Film Festival in July 2022. We cant wait to check you out!

If you can’t wait and would like to submit your films right away to be showcased, and have chances of being interviewed by our team in one of our platforms, click here and Get Showcased!

Checkmate: The Short Film

A New Way To Address Mental Health

Have you ever stopped to question yourself, your sanity, the path you walk in? What if we tell you that ever since COVID-19 took control of our lives and how we interact with each other, there’s been a raise in the people that have grown even more interested in their mental health. Is just sad that we live in times where we have to face hardship to notice how damaged we are inside. We had that, and more topics to go through with fashion designer Adela Hittell; in which we go in depths over her story, her vision, and her contribution to society with the amazing piece of art she has put together with the company of like-minded individuals.

Go ahead and click play on our Spotify Flocally Radio Podcast with the amazing Adela Hittell. After that, click on the poster to be redirected, and watch the short film. Remember to spread the love by sharing! If you read this far, congratulations. Just click on the poster and you’ll be redirected to this short film. 😉

Coping With Depression

Here are some tips to write on your “coping with depression” list, because we know is hard. Though, Is okay to not be okay all the time. We want you to remember that part.

  1. Build a Support Network: forging stronger ties with friends or family. Knowing you can count on supportive loved ones to help can go a long way toward improving your depression.
  2. Reduce Your Stress: When you’re under stress, your body produces more of a hormone called cortisol. In the short-term, this is a good thing because it helps you gear up to cope with whatever is causing the stress in your life. Over the long run, however, it can cause many problems for you, including depression. The more you use techniques to reduce stress, the better because it will reduce your risk of becoming depressed.
  3. Improve Your Sleep Hygiene: Good sleep hygiene could be key to improving the quality and quantity of your sleep. Turn off electronics at least an hour before you go to bed. Use dim light to read a book or engage in another relaxing activity. Only use your bed for sleep and sexual activity. Doing work in bed, or even in your bedroom, can cause you to associate your bed with stress, rather than relaxation. 
  4. Improve Your Eating Habits: There are many brain-essential nutrients that can affect depression. For example, a 2012 study found that zinc deficiency increases symptoms of depression. Improving your diet could be key to reducing your symptoms. But before you make any major changes to your diet or begin taking vitamins or supplements, talk with your physician.
  5. Learn How to Stop Negative Thoughts: Depression doesn’t just make you feel bad, it can also cause you to think more negatively. Changing those negative thoughts, however, can improve your mood. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a type of therapy that works to alter common patterns of negative thinking called cognitive distortions in order to eliminate depression. There are also many self-help books, apps, and online courses that can help you learn how to change your unhealthy thinking patterns. 
  6. Beat Procrastination: Putting things off fuels depression. It can lead to increased guilt, worry, and stress. It’s important to set deadlines and manage your time well. Establish short-term goals and work hard to get the most important things done first. Each task you successfully complete will help you break through the habit of procrastination.
  7. Get a Handle on Your Household Chores: Take control of your daily chores. Start small and work on one project at a time. Getting up and moving can help you start to feel better in itself. But, seeing your progress in the home can be key to helping you feel better. 
  8. Create a Wellness Toolbox: A wellness toolbox is a set of tools that you can use to help soothe yourself when you are feeling down. Think of things you like to do when you’re happy. Then, when you’re feeling down, try one of those activities. Cuddling your pet, listening to your favorite music, taking a warm bath, or reading a good book are just a few tools you might find helpful. Create a list of the activities you might try when you’re feeling bad. Then, choose an activity to try when you’re having a particularly rough time. SOURCE

Reggaeton Fever | Yavess

Yavess is a fresh, new artist and talent that was born and raised in Puerto Rico, currently residing here in Florida, USA. Just launched his first music video debut this past January the 6th, and is looking forward to explore new horizons within his artistic career. Flocally was present in the making of this fabulous outcome, and we can say without a doubt that we’re so proud to be able to encourage art paths for all, nothing but good vibes, professionalism, and hard work. Yavess has a broad artistic history, since some of his family members have inclined into the art industry. With that we can say, his artistic wave runs within the veins. Look out for Yavess interview with Movie Talk very soon; in which we’ll talk about his inspiration and goals in relation with this musical path in his career, and more, here in Flocally. Stay tuned!

Here is a small sneak peek into Yavess “Ya No Descanso” music video.

Click here to watch the whole video!

Welcoming the year with Azarius

Azarius is a young musician with a vivid and obvious love for art. He invited us to end the year joining him in one of his music presentations at the Rack’Em Up Sports Bar in Jacksonville, Florida. We agreed! It was so much fun; now, something caught us by surprise. We already knew Azarius is a singer… but we found out he was DJing that night! Singer, DJ; what else can he do? Azarius, Is the skills for us. Everyone danced and had such a blast; thanks to Azarius for wishing Flocally a prosperous year, and for blessing the Flocally team with the first experience of 2021. We vouch for you, keep daring to inspire.

Filmfreeway Participants | Honorable Mention


Because it was a film full of emotions and life lessons that were meticulously put together by a young boy, with the help of his father and a wonderful group of professionals. Austin Foxx was only 12 years old when everything started to be developed.

Conjunto Universal

Conjunto Universal gave us a time traveling experience to the roots of Hispanic cultural music. The fact that this generation likes to get inspired by musical classics, makes this documentary even more interesting; by getting to know more about the inside work of one of the most popular Hispanic cultural music groups.