Raised by his grandmother, Owen lives the entirety of his life in the shadow of his parent's abandonment. Owen endures many relationship struggles with both his family and romantic partners... See full summary »
Jun David Wang
Vastly different lives and perspectives become intertwined after a police officer suffering from reoccurring PTSD mistakenly shoots a deaf African-American kid, exposing layers of racial ... See full summary »
Paul left the police force after mistakenly killing his partner. Now he is a driver for rich guy who's daughter is kidnapped. He will use his skills to save the girl but he will also uncover secrets the family was hiding for years.
A man awakens from his supposed death to discover that he's from a parallel universe. He's fallen in love with his doppelganger's wife here on Earth, which sets off a chain of events that threaten both their lives and mankind.
In Lost Fare, Bruce Logan has created a thought provoking picture of adolescent abuse & despair.
It put me in mind of a Grimm's Fairy Tale.
Alexis Rosinsky excelled in the lead role of Freda, displaying a maturity beyond her years.
This was a topic sensitively handled & beautifully shot by Logan -- hope it gets picked up!
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