Two brothers must fight their zombified extended family in order to find the key to bringing their mom back to life.
From executive producer BIG FREEDIA, "CANS Can't Stand" follows a group of Black trans women in New Orleans who are fighting to repeal Louisiana's Crime Against Nature by Solicitation (CANS) law, which police ands prosecutors have used to terrorize queer/trans Louisianians for 40 years.
WHY WE WALK follows the journey of three Black men, from across the globe, united to empower and de-stigmatize urban communities of color and their participation in the great outdoors. After years of city exploration, The Urban Hikers strive to introduce the power of walking to a community that has historically been underrepresented in this space.
Inspired by the story of the revolutionary abolitionist John Brown, The Urban Hikers embark on a life-changing backpacking pilgrimage from Harpers Ferry, West Virginia- the birthplace of the Civil War- to the nation's capital in Washington, DC.
The Appalachian wilderness serves as a stage to address underlying racial identities and cultural differences within the collective. As tensions rise and provisions dwindle, the team must learn to work as one in order to reach their destination — Mile 0.
Terry Ratliff makes chairs with his hands and lives way up in the mountains of Appalachia in a cabin made of wood that he also made with his hands. This is his story.