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Four boyhood friends return to New Orleans’ Lower Ninth Ward after Hurricane Katrina, to find their home decimated and prospects for work swept away. Turning to a local gangster for employment, the crew is hired to pull off a daring casino heist, right in the heart of the city.
Mouse desperately wants to join The Midnight Clique, the infamous Baltimore dirt bike riders who rule the summertime streets. When Midnight’s leader, Blax, takes 14-year-old Mouse under his wing, Mouse soon finds himself torn between the straight-and-narrow and a road filled with fast money and violence.
Susan has always been the self-centered oddball in her family who lazily skated through life with their begrudging support until one day she wakes up to realize she’s middle-aged with no job, no relationship, and an increasingly estranged family. She finally decides to take charge and turn things around, but never having done anything herself before, the struggle is real (and hilarious) as Susan becomes the woman she always wanted to be, all on her own.
Brothers Jackie (Mark Webber) and Mickey (director Jon Abrahams) along with a teen witness Clover (Nicole Elizabeth Berger) find themselves on the run from the city’s most notorious crime boss (Chazz Palminteri) in this tense Western New York lensed thriller. Co-starring Erika Christensen, Julia Jones, and Ron Perlman.
A haunting and nightmarish tale that tells the story of Selah, a young girl born into a repressive cult known as the Flock. The members of the Flock – all women and female children– live in a rural compound, and are led by one man, known only as Shepherd. Selah, a daughter who is on the cusp of teenage-hood, is given the great honor of participating in the sacred ritual of the birthing of the lambs – upon which they depend for survival – where she has a shocking and otherworldly experience. She begins to have strange visions that make her question her own reality, and everything the Shepherd has taught her and her sisters.
Chance Matthew Modine (Full Metal Jacket/Stranger Things) stars as a youth baseball coach in the film Chance, a true story of a teenage love triangle leading to one of the two boys' tragic death - told through the lens of elite youth baseball. Sections of the film feature the fun of 6-year-old tee-ball and the best baseball ever seen on screen from 12-year-olds. Tanner Buchanan (Designated Survivor/Cobra Kai), Amanda Leighton (This is Us/The Fosters) and Blake Cooper (The Maze Runner, Measure of a Man) star in teenage roles. All score is original by Ian Honeyman and performed, with original lyrics written and performed by Angela Parrish from La La Land. Genres include Family/Sports/Faith/Drama.
Thomas is a meek man on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Despite his situation he decides to fake a work trip to go to Vallarta to confront Jero, a taxi driver who is sleeping with his wife.
For 30 years, Ed “Nardie” White has dedicated his life to uplifting and empowering African-American youth through the River City Drum Corps, teaching kids about their African roots and culture through music. Filmmakers Marlon Johnson and Anne Flatté spent years in Louisville, KY, filming the charismatic founder and the many children he inspired. As he prepares to pass the torch to his successor and former student Albert, Nardie also reflects on the triumphs and bittersweet losses of the past three decades. River City Drumbeat is an inspirational story of music, love, and legacy set in the American South.
The world of Zeytin, a stray dog living life on the streets of Istanbul.
The story of Christ’s death and resurrection has dominated western culture for the past 2000 years. It is perhaps the most significant historical event of all time, as recounted by the gospels but, equally, as depicted by the greatest artists in history. From the triumphant to the savage, the ethereal to the tactile, some of western civilization’s greatest artworks focus on this pivotal moment. This beautifully crafted film explores the Easter story as depicted in art, from the time of the early Christians to the present day. Shot on location in Jerusalem, United States and throughout Europe, the film explores the different ways artists have depicted the Easter story through the ages and thus depicts the history of us all.
Eve, a slightly nerdy Science student, is abducted by Frederick, a crazy-seeming drifter who claims an alien invasion is imminent. He sees Eve as the only one who can stop the impending Apocalypse. Held captive in an abandoned mansion, she undergoes strange and frightening "special training" methods while making various escape attempts. As time passes and clues appear that point towards Fred's claims possibly being true, Eve's whole concept of reality is torn apart.
In 1994, a closeted teen struggles to part ways with his 4 high school drama friends at their final murder mystery party before they leave for college.
Barbara Lee: Warrior for Peace and Justice is a documentary film that paints a portrait of Representative Barbara Lee, a steadfast voice for human rights, peace and diplomacy in the U.S. Congress.
Remember the long lost era of sharing your feelings with someone through a mix tape? Through a series of conversations, we'll analyze why this ritual of communication through music still continues to be so important to this day.
Along the Mexico border, two friends search for a ghost ship rumored to be buried in the desert sand. In the same area, drug lords employ children; the duo must decide between going after the ship or saving a young girl held captive.
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