The first live-action Spotlight Story, HELP, brings cinema-quality filmmaking to the world of immersive storytelling. HELP drops the audience into the middle of downtown Los Angeles where ... See full summary »
Bruce Lee's shocking death left legions of stunned fans and a legacy of 12 minutes from his unfinished Game Of Death. Undeterred, studio executives launched a search for his replacement chronicled here through the eyes of five aspiring thespians who find out what the real game is.
Crossover takes you on a fast-breaking journey into the 70-year old phenomenon of the Japanese American basketball leagues. Established in the 1930s when opportunities to play competitive ... See full summary »
Set amidst the transformation of Times Square from New York's seediest neighborhood to the commercialized Disneyland it is today, when a secret from his past is unearthed, a young man's ... See full summary »
Just saw SPOTLIGHTING. Really enjoyed it. I was afraid when I heard the synopsis the piece would just be making fun of the idea of "middle aged Asian American Lounge Lizards". But the filmmakers did a great job of just letting the subjects be, with all the layers. Even though the tone may appear light, there is so much more underneath it. They are, after all, immigrants from the Phillipines. Exposed to Rock 'n Roll mainly through the US military presence there. Their journey to the US was in the 50's, where the "American Dream" was much different than now. Assimilation was obviously a huge part of their psyche. All this wrapped up in their dream/ profession - performers.
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