A short about the self we presentsmilingversus the self we edit out – unsmiling.
When Palestinian Lutheran Pastor Khader El-Yateem decides to run to become NYCs first Arab American elected official in his conservative Brooklyn neighborhood, he does what no one thinks possible, igniting his marginalized communitys hopes and dreams. In the elections aftermath, an unforeseeable blow threatens the foundation of the movement they started, and the community finds their newfound optimism tested to its limit. Father K must face the realities of what it takes to build lasting power in a divided America, but through it all, his voice emerges as funny, bold, and defiantly hopeful a bridge-builder in a polarized time.
When on a routine patrol, a Black female cop living in and patrolling Inglewood gets called to a disturbance she is forced to make an unprecedented life altering decision.
A post-apocalyptic drama following a young woman named Sam (Belle Adams) attempting to survive in a world without technology or power while being raised by her two mother-figures. Willow (Sophie Edwards) believes in a world of compassion and empathy whereas Connie (Carrie Walrond Hood) believes in an only the strong survive, mentality. Those warring philosophies are put to the test when Sam journeys out to the nearest community in an attempt to prove her independence.
Maria is a woman with no country. A Bulgarian immigrant and adoptive mother of a black daughter, she finds herself suddenly stricken with debilitating anxiety following a break-in at her home in Kentucky. When her daughters aging dog dies, Marias house arrest puts her into equally painful and funny situations that soon entangle her neighbors. As Maria copes with the issues that have led her - a world traveler - into her self-inflicted prison, her daughter Meredith discovers her own identity through a search for her biological family.
On a quiet night in a roadside bar, egos and alcohol ignite - sending two friends on a path toward a violent showdown that could forever change both of their lives.
A short documentary with the Sudanese community in Bradford UK. Part of the Bradford UNESCO City of Film Neighbourhood Film Project - bringing communities together through film.
An estranged son struggles to deal with his identity, relationships and an unexpected surprise after the abrupt death of his father.
A scientist studying the first human time traveller falls in love with her subject. But if her research succeeds they will become separated by eons of history. She must find a way to connect with him across the ages or lose him forever.
A Host of Sparrows is a crime thriller about a recently paroled ex-con who is forced to put aside plans to rebuild his life when his former boss uses the mans daughter as a ploy to recover a fortune in stolen funds.