In an effort to use her tragic story as a catalyst for change, Ana Wagner began advocating for children’s civil rights in New York State. Despite the demands of motherhood, the demands of marriage, cultural oppression, and the haunting memory of her devastating experience, Ana is doing what she once wasn’t able to as a child - fight.
The true story of an Asian-American soldier who faces deportation in wake of a new law passed by Congress that revokes the citizenship of all Non-Caucasians in the US. Even though he served in WWI he now battles the courts of the country that he was willing to die for, who hold his and all Asian’s fate in their hands.
A starry-eyed high school teacher is determined to teach her unruly students; but with patience shorter than their attention span, she is forced to improvise through countless problems in the most outrageous of ways.
He was given a chance to make himself heard. A Los Angeles transplant from Venezuela, who believes that his broken English is an insurmountable hindrance to achieving his own American Dream, is about to give up on his passion for Hollywood when a single defining moment launches his accomplished career as a Spanish-commercial voice actor. REMEMBER THIS VOICE is based on the real life story of Hernán de Béky, who has recorded trailers/promos for over 400 film titles and won multiple Emmy Awards.
Frank and Lamar follows two best friends who live together and work together as middle school teachers in New York City. When workplace drama, romance, and personal growth turn their world upside down, their friendship is put to the test.
17-year-old Jordy Matthews is thrown out of his boarding school the day before Thanksgiving break. When he is forced to spend the holiday weekend alone on campus waiting for his parents to get him, he is confronted by his nemesis-and his own bleak, dark thoughts about his future. Desperate to not spend Turkey Day alone, Jordy recreates his own Thanksgiving family with the help of a pink fuzzy pillow, punching bag and bag of mulch.
Set in the 1969 war between El Salvador and Honduras –better known as “The Soccer War”– an Honduran foot soldier finds a lonely survivor in a raided border town during a recon mission. Moved by mercy, the soldier takes him in and looks after him. Soon enough, the survivor’s presence draws empathy from the Honduran soldier and even from the enemy, who forget about war for an instant as soon as they see him.
Stand Down is a silent movie set to a new and searing rock and roll song of the same name. Billy Bob Thornton stars as a haunted ex-soldier who can no longer control the memories of war that beset his tormented mind; what we now call post traumatic stress disorder. It's the story of a man on a singular journey toward an ultimate confrontation with HIMSELF. The lyrics speak to the hearts and minds of soldiers across the globe, those peaceful warriors who know all too well that once they are forced to meet the challenges of violence and hatred, that they will never be the same, even in victory. For they will either carry that darkness for the rest of their lives or be swallowed by it altogether.