With Kandoo Films (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
2. Broken Star (2018)
TV-14 | 90 min | Thriller
Abandoned by her friends and family and with her career in jeopardy, starlet Markey Marlowe is sequestered in a duplex with a reclusive landlord who just may be more dangerous than she is.
5. Skin in the Game (2019)
Abducted off the sidewalk of suburban America, fifteen year old Dani finds herself submerged in the horrific underground world of human trafficking. With no initial assistance from the ... See full summary »
6. Middle of Nowhere (2012)
R | 97 min | Drama
When her husband is sentenced to eight years in prison, Ruby drops out of medical school in order to focus on her husband's well-being while he's incarcerated - leading her on a journey of self-discovery in the process.
Votes: 1,395 | Gross: $0.08M
10. Shade (2006)
Not Rated | 14 min | Short, Drama, Romance
Inspired by a real-life condition, "Shade" is the fictional story of Laura, a woman who has lived with a debilitating genetic defect that prevents her from ever seeing the sun. After living... See full summary »
11. Fizzy Bizness (2002)
PG-13 | 85 min | Comedy
Best friends Richie and Benji are typical teenage boys who dream of inventing the world's coolest, most portable soft drink, Soda Plops (just plop a tablet in a glass of water for instant ... See full summary »
14. 24Inside (2004– )
24 min | Documentary
A regular internet-based broadcast done in a talk show format which goes behind the scenes of the hit television series "24," including guest appearances by members of the show's cast and crew.
22. Paint Job (2009)
Daniel is a street painter. He just paints straight lines on the streets. Dotted, solid, white or yellow. Until Ruby, a strange wanderer enters his life and shows him the full palette of colors and shapes that he misses in his life.
Nine for IX (2013– )
TV-G | 52 min | Documentary, Sport
In 2005, Venus Williams joined Billy Jean King, Maria Sharapova, Chris Evert and others in the crusade to convince Wimbledon and the French Open to offer equal prizes to men and women. ... See full summary »
Director: Ava DuVernay