Flint Rasco is a man who wants to be left alone. The problem is that his past will not let that happen. After being reunited with his old friend Calvin Hampton in the small county of Tall Trees, the two men have two choices. They can either continue covering their footsteps or face the past that is quickly catching up to them. That past is Flint’s brother - Gideon Rasco.
La Folía is a visual anthology of twenty-four short stories, from the imaginations of over a dozen different people and all inspired by variations on the same ancient melody. The thematic story that links La Folía’s stories begins and ends the film, returning its protagonist full circle, yet changed.
The story follows the pain, loss, joy and redemption of a young ballet student whose body type excludes her from being considered for a role for which she is eminently qualified in skill and passion.
The twenty-four stories underlie the young dancer’s narrative arc and embody the joy, absurdity, sorrow, fury, and ecstasy she must face before realizing her own irrational fears and doubts are all that prevent her from performing a triumphant audition.
A secret government agency is recruiting top notch high school students by putting them through the strangest challenges, testing their strengths, endurance, intelligence and ultimately, their friendships.
GINGERBREAD HOUSE is a gritty musical short film that explores both sides of the holiday season -light and dark-as an unlikely group of twenty-somethings in NYC find themselves starved for authentic human connection. The Big Apple dances, bites and surprises all of them as it relentlessly drives them to create a new definition of family.
A look at the powerful connection between a pair of outdoor ping pong tables in the heart of New York City and the unlikely group of people they’ve brought together, from homeless people to investment bankers to gangbangers.
In Greenwich Village there is Debt Slavery and prostitution at NYU due to high tuition and fees for students. Land Lords are changing the character of the Bohemian Village due to outrageous rents and pass along real estate taxes.
John (Franky G), a NYC Domestic Violence Officer on edge dealing with his tragic past falls in love with Lina(Frances Lozada), a woman married to an abusive husband Brad (Angel Ramirez). The situation escalates and spirals out of control.