Jill Temple is a single mother still grieving the loss of her young son after he disappeared two years ago. Unable to face the possibility that she has lost him forever, she pursues every ... See full summary »
Christopher J. Hansen
Cora Vander Broek,
On the 7th of May 2009, Senior Constables Len Snee, Grant Diver and Bruce Miller arrived at 41 Chaucer Rd in Napier to serve a search warrant on Jan Molenaar for the growing of cannabis. ... See full summary »
A widowed woman and an inner-city teen spend the 4th of July holiday together on a Midwest city rooftop where they create an unlikely bond that forces them to stop ignoring the circumstances that placed them there together.
Robert T. Herrera
Ingebar the Dog
Pathways (Sean's Lament): Takes place in the year 2010, when Atlanta's indie hip hop scene was an untapped goldmine. Struggling promoter/manager Sean, tries to stay on track while carrying ... See full summary »
The Artificial Intelligence Revolution is happening, and America is watching it on their Living Wall flat screens and Genius Phones. Homeland Security's Cyber Crime Division is the only ... See full summary »
A drifter with a violent past comes to the city to kill somebody for money. On his way to do it, a young woman crashes into his life, giving him the choice - to continue on this path of ... See full summary »
Two strangers, Kelly, who is ready to tell her story, and Detective Jackson, who is ready to hear it, will discover each other and be eternally connected through Kelly's suicide blogs. 'The... See full summary »
Simuel Denell Rankins
Mary Jane Mahan,
L. Warren Young
It's the end of the school year for a group of high school friends. Their senior prom was to be a night of elegance, rejoicing and celebrating, but when a psychotic killer hijacks their ... See full summary »
An Interesting Look at the changes in News Consumption.
This documentary shows the way in which we consume, and share, news in a generation where social media & 24 hour reporting from masses of different sources online flood us with fact and fiction in news online. It shows the relationship between mainstream media vs places like Buzzfeed & Reddit, and how that relationship and our relationship with those sources, can be both beneficial and damaging.
We look at the way that both of the mainly shown (Buzzfeed and Reddit) alternative news sources can collate information from lots of different areas and mainstream news outlets to give a well rounded and more inclusive picture of what's happening, but it also shows the trouble with self moderating news sources, and how the attempt to help can spiral into something darker and more insidious, particularly when theories online are taken and run with by mainstream news media.
It is, all told, an interesting look at the changing face of news consumption, and the way in which we as individuals can impact the news and help or hinder investigations.
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