In the fantasy world of Charani, an 11-year-old girl who has recently lost her beloved mother, an ancient legend may help to resurrect her.
A womans encounter with a horrifying entity is chronicled over a series of weekly breakfasts with her best friend.
PIECED TOGETHER is the first documentary film about the American quilt square trail movement. Directed by Julianne Donofrio, a Peabody award-winning producer and veteran of ABC News, PIECED TOGETHER tells the story of how one woman's love for her mother changed the American landscape - and saved her life after job loss and breast cancer.
The period between knowing death is near and deaths arrival forms an unbearable state of regret, sadness and anticipation for Samantha. She is powerless to help Anne, who on the eve of her death, has not come to terms with her fate and remains angry and afraid.
A forlorn woman searches for truth in her mothers eclectic sayings, blurring the line between memories and home movies as she reflects.
Sometimes when you change, the world doesn't - it continues.
Professional bodybuilder Denise Masino has spent her life striving for the physical perfection of a superhero. When she discovers there are people calling themselves real-life superheroes (dressing in costume and fighting crime!) she embarks on a journey across the U.S. to get to the bottom of this incredible story.
TAKIN PLACE is an observational documentary film directed by Cyrus Dowlatshahi about ordinary people and everyday life on the South Side of Chicago. As they work, chill, hustle and survive, Dowlatshahi reveals the common aspects of all neighborhoods and communities around the world: a desire to share, grow and celebrate.
Two college friends reunite fifteen years later in a secluded summer home, for a writers' retreat. As they attempt to write a movie together, Sean, still a carefree musician and Emily, now an uptight lawyer, try to recapture the intimate friendship they once shared.
CITY OF TREES tells a deeply personal story about the struggle to implement a high-stakes, stimulus-funded green job-training program at the height of the recession. CTY OF TREES follows the point-of-view of three long-term unemployed DC residents hired by the program Charles, Michael, and James; and Steve, the director tasked with managing the multi-million dollar stimulus grant. When local racial tensions and a marginalized communitys entrenched distrust of outsiders complicate a seemingly simple goal of putting unemployed people back to work by planting trees, CITY OF TREES thrusts viewers into the inspiring but messy world of job training and the paradoxes changemakers face in urban communities everyday.