Temper: Daya a fully corrupted officer who is bought up as an orphan, reasons with his girlfriend to bring justice to a girl. He is changed in the process and also finds the characteristics of a family he missed in the people he brings justice to.
Spaces and Reservations: An intimate and unsparingly realistic relationship drama about a young couple being torn apart by malaise and infidelity, and the way in which the trauma of their breakup brings them back together again.
The Way I See Things: A year after the death of his long-term partner, Otto goes on a road trip eventually hooking up with a commune full of loopy, equally damaged souls.
Cotton Comes to Harlem: Gravedigger Jones and Coffin Ed Johnson are two black cops with a reputation for breaking the odd head. Both are annoyed at the success of the Reverend Deke O'Mailey who is selling trips back to Africa to the poor on the installment plan. When his truck is hijacked and a bale of cotton stuffed with money is lost in the chase, Harlem is turned upside down by Gravedigger and Coffin Ed, the Reverend, and the hijackers. Much of the humor is urban black, which was unusual in 1970.
The True Cost: The True Cost is a documentary film exploring the impact of fashion on people and the planet.
Teen Beach 2: Modern day teens Mack and Brady get a real world visit from Lela, Tanner, Butchy, and other surfer and biker pals from the beach party film within a film, West Side Story.
Mickey's Circus: Mickey is ringmaster of a circus for orphans. Donald has a trained sea lion act, and does a bit of juggling himself...
Amapola: The turbulent backdrop of the 1962 Argentinian military coup and the 1982 war for the Falkland Islands.
San Andreas: In the aftermath of a massive earthquake in California, a rescue-chopper pilot makes a dangerous journey across the state in order to rescue his estranged daughter.
The Truth About Romance: When Josh finally figures what he wants from life, it all comes crashing down. He then meets a girl who shows him that his adventure has only just begun.
The Unexpected Bar Mitzvah: Two twelve-year-old boys become embroiled in a 2000-year-old-religious debate.
Billy Galvin: Conflict arises between a steelworker and his son. The father wants the boy to have a chance to make more of himself than he did, but the son wants to follow in his father's footsteps and become a steel-worker himself.
The House on Chelouche Street: A fatherless family immigrates to Israel from Egypt during the British Mandate period. The film traces the hardships the family suffers in the politically unstable country.
Changing Habits: An artist decides to put her troubles with men and evictions behind her by moving to a convent, so she can work for her keep. Is her art an opportunity for the sisters to save the convent from closure?
Golden Shoes: With his father MIA at war and his mother critical in hospital, a young boy consoles himself with dreams of playing in the youth soccer league. To do so, he must overcome the adult deception, the bullying and his solitude.
The Deal: Follows the rise to power of Tony Blair, and his friendship and rivalry with his contemporary, Gordon Brown.
L'heure d'ete: Two brothers and a sister witness the disappearance of their childhood memories when they must relinquish the family belongings to ensure their deceased mother's succession.
Entropy: Stephen Dorff narrates this tale about how his life goes astray as his character attempts to strike a balance between the demands of directing his first film and the pressures of his new romance with a model. U2's Bono plays a role in this film as both himself and Dorff's character's concience.
White Picket Fence: Unspoken issues primarily between the mother 'Bonnie' and her sixteen-year-old daughter 'Sarah' arise on a family road-trip that force Bonnie to come to a new turning point in her life. She can either continue treating Sarah and the rest of her family with disdain and anger or make a change.
Portrait of an artist as a young manic. First, a montage of still photographs of an artist's face. Then motion. He stirs in sleep; he paints and expresses frustration. He looks for a light for his cigarette. He sketches, wads it up; makes tea; stares at his face in a mirror, then looks at canvas after canvas of self-portraits. He becomes agitated and defaces the work. He rips and tears, punches and kicks the art. Then he destroys mirrors. The catharsis over, he rests and begins again to paint.
A troubled teen goes to live with her dad in a small town to reflect on her questionable choices, bit she clashes with her dather's new wife, who is pregnant.
A gay Australian man reflects on the immigration problems of his young Russian boyfriend.
THE RISING LIGHT, the new film from Hollinsworth Productions for Christmas 2013, is quite unlike any other science fiction film. It's a road movie. It's an odyssey across fantastical realms and worlds. It's an alien drama that blends 50's sci-fi with existential themes, the exploration of an outsider, and a study of loss and failure. It's a tale of magic and sorcery. It's written and directed by Ansel Faraj, the filmmaker behind this summer's DOCTOR MABUSE; and it stars Nathan Wilson as Daniel - a lost stranger in a strange land; Kathryn Leigh Scott as the ethereal Aya, Daniel's "mother"; Linden Chiles as tragic magician Nikolas Winter; and Derek Mobraaten as Alex, a young man who helps Daniel along in his journey.
A young woman traveling alone on the road, after an undesired encounter with some rowdy young men and the influence of the dark lonely surroundings of night, finds herself fighting for her life against a stranger on the road with questionable intentions
What would you do if Outer Space was leaking at the back of your house? This is a story about a man who has to make a choice, that no one should ever have to make, under circumstances he never imagined.
Political interference in the Avengers' activities causes a rift between former allies Captain America and Iron Man.
Whilst going through a difficult relationship, determined office worker Dom encounters a bizarre elderly woman on his daily bus journey to work. At first giving him the impression that she ...
After his brother dies young, and due to a difficult relationship with his millionaire father, Corbet Jr. starts to spend most of his time outdoors. While drifting around, he meets an abused woman whose husband has stolen her truck. Corbet Sr. is then murdered, but it would put the woman's safety at risk if she gave Jr. an alibi.
Attitude's got a new name in twelve-year-old Gilly Hopkins (Sophie Nélisse) - a brilliant, brash, and totally unmanageable foster kid who's determined to alienate herself from every foster family she's placed with - until there's no choice but to let her reunite with her real mom (Julia Stiles) in San Francisco. When she's placed with Maime Trotter (Kathy Bates), the strangest foster mom yet, Gilly is convinced she'll make short work of her - until to Gilly's surprise and the surprise of everyone around her, except for Trotter, she starts to love her. But then her new home is invaded by the arrival of her biological grandmother (Glenn Close). Will Gilly have to leave the only family she's ever loved?
When Sally finds herself alone in a group of people all dealing with their own issues in a hospital waiting room, she becomes a reflection of herself. Through an unlikely meeting she realizes that she has to let go of her past and set herself free.
A young college student comes to term with life after being diagnosed with cancer.
Therapy won't even scratch the surface for him.
Inspired by a flippant remark about the treatment of prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, filmmaker A.J. Bond made a bet with his close friend, actor David Amito, to see which of them could withstand a week of psychological torture at the hands of the other. What begins as a bizarre and darkly humorous experiment gradually spirals out of control, testing the limits of their friendship.
A rebel and a soldier in the middle of the Colombian civil war deal with their attraction to each other.
SPLIT is a peek into the life of Cassie, an over-achiever with a thing for bowlers whose life takes an unexpected turn when she reads a strangely ominous statistic in the local newspaper as her 30th birthday looms. Chronically absent and infamously eccentric, her recently deceased, professional bowler father has left her with not only a freeloading mother on her couch, but an undying notion in her head that in order to live up to her own "above average" standards, she has just under a month to meet and marry the man of her dreams. Despite pleas from her friends, she begins to hatch a plan, but a fateful run in at her local lanes makes her wonder what she really wants - the 7... or the 10?
John Ritter plays a family man who puts his wife through domestic violence and his children through emotional torture. After leaving his family and almost killing his new girlfriend in one ...
A young African American man, reeling from the tragic loss of his wife, travels to rural Maine to seek answers from his estranged mother-in-law, who is herself confronting guilt and grief over her daughter's death.
It feels good to be bad...Assemble a team of the world's most dangerous, incarcerated Super Villains, provide them with the most powerful arsenal at the government's disposal, and send them off on a mission to defeat an enigmatic, insuperable entity. U.S. intelligence officer Amanda Waller has determined only a secretly convened group of disparate, despicable individuals with next to nothing to lose will do. However, once they realize they weren't picked to succeed but chosen for their patent culpability when they inevitably fail, will the Suicide Squad resolve to die trying, or decide it's every man for himself?
Mitch Kendrick, a lawyer, is thrown in a faux trial to frame and convict a Christian in a world where followers of Jesus are persecuted and killed.
A national manhunt is ordered for a rebellious kid and his foster uncle who go missing in the wild New Zealand bush.