Based on a true story.When a widow with mental illness attempts suicide, she survives only to find herself homeless and unable to reconnect with her son.After a year of living in a shelter with no hope of overcoming her situation, she has a chance encounter that changes her life.
Logline: A Jewish American woman and an Ethiopian refugee reconcile Austria's past with its present.Brief Synopsis: After her recent move to Vienna, Rachel is overcome by the inherited trauma of her family's Holocaust past when her life intersects with a homeless Syrian refugee family. With the philosophical guidance of a former Ethiopian refugee, she learns that true healing can begin with a single act of compassion.
While other boys can enjoy a childhood of freedoms, for many reasons, Black boyhood is a brief, complicated existence. What If Black Boys Were Butterflies, is a non-linear experimental short film displaying what Black Boyhood is and what it ultimately could be.
Donald J. Trump’s fervent supporters and scared opponents were affected by Trump's rhetoric and the media's interpretation, increasing a dangerous political division. Now, It's time for them to stop and listen to each other or push harder until they crash America's democracy. "Trumphobia: what both sides fear" is a feature-length documentary that shines a light on the political division in the United States during the Donald Trump era. Through carefully selected footage of political debates, marches, and protests across multiple states and compelling on-screen interviews with U.S. politicians, college professors, hate crime victims, and Trump supporters and opponents, the film provides a balanced assessment of the political tension in America, categorizing Trump’s controversial rhetoric and the media’s often unbalanced mischaracterization of the facts as its root cause while compelling viewers to unite the country through empathy and compassion for those with disparate political opinions.