When a family patriarch dies, three brothers must put aside their differences to carry out their father's last wishes, in Yona Rozenkier's tender yet analytical debut examining what it means to be human.
An urban love story set on the hard streets of the Bronx. A struggling female Pimp, named Wednesday, grows up learning the game from her dad. Once he's gone she's left to look out for her prostitute mother and girlfriend Nikki.
1945: The boys are back. With American soldiers returning home, singer-songwriter Private First Class Donny Novitski dreams of rebuilding his life, forgetting his demons, and for everything... See full summary »
Setting out with dreams of launching a new business and finding inner peace, two would-be life coaches hope to resuscitate their stalled careers by leading a women's mindfulness retreat in ... See full summary »
"Our language is sacred, no one can take it from us"- Omaha Tribal Elder. Moving stories about the remaining Omaha fluent speaking elders of the tribe and educators dedicated efforts to keep their language alive.
An action/thriller set in 1977 about four friends who reunite for a bachelor party to hunt for buried Prohibition money on Kentucky's Bluegrass Bourbon Trail, only to become ripped apart by greed, corruption, and murder.
Mike C. Nelson,
15-year-old Mia is facing an overwhelming transformation which calls her entire existence into question. Her body is changing radically, and despite desperate attempts to halt the process, ... See full summary »
Zoë Pastelle Holthuizen,
Ephraim Kishon was one of the great writers who shaped the Israeli essence through their work. The Hungarian immigrant who eventually became the most accurate voice of the young Jewish country. During 50 years of writing Kishon published dozens of satirical columns, books, plays and film. He sold tens of millions of books and was nominated twice for the Academy awards and won 2 golden globes. But yet he could never write his own biography. At the age of 70 he invited his college journalist Yaron London to assist him in unfolding his life story. Kishon uses animation to 'bring back to life' Ephraim Kishon's persona and reenact the rare dialog, alongside intimate interviews, rare footage and 8 mm' home movies.