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In this urban love story, the fates of a boxer, a nurse, and her young son become entwined after a late night brawl. Winner - Canadian Oscars.
Shoot the Messenger
Shoot The Messenger follows one man's painful journey towards self-discovery. On the way he finds both his own attitudes and the expectations of his community challenged.
August the First
Official Selection - SXSW Film Festival. Tunde secretly invites his long estranged father to his graduation party, igniting a passionate family drama.
Let the Church Say Amen
Official Selection - Sundance FF. In Washington D.C., one close-knit church becomes a symbol of hope in a local community battling drugs and crime.
Children of the Light
"Children of the Light" tells the life story of Desmond Tutu of South Africa. With extensive archival footage, family photos and never before seen interviews, this film shares the legacy of one of the greatest peacemakers of our time.
Grand Jury Prize, 1998 Sundance Film Festival. A talented youth (Saul Williams) copes with urban crime and despair by competing in poetry slams. Sonja Sohn of The Wire costars.
Cotton Comes To Harlem
A fast-paced dynamo about two Harlem cops (Godfrey Cambridge and Raymond St. Jacques) assigned to thwart a charismatic preacher's attempt to extort money from neighborhood locals.
An 11-year-old boy gets a crash course in what it means to be a man when he spends a day with the uncle he idolizes in LUV, a poignant and gritty coming-of-age story.
An unlikely friendship blossoms between the pair when N is charged with looking after the new arrival. Although she cannot understand why Poppy is unhappy attending the ward, N agrees to help her make a break for freedom. To qualify for release the pair must first prove that Poppy isn’t mad – but they quickly find themselves in a catch 22 situation; to prove she is sane she must pretend to be mad.
A documentary look at women who prefer to dress and act as men and who participate in NYC's predominantly African-American lesbian drag balls.
RIZE chronicles a dance movement that rises out of South Central Los Angeles with roots in clowning and street youth culture.
2014 Documentary, Comedy
BRONX OBAMA tells the strange and improbable tale of Louis Ortiz, a Barack Obama impersonator who tries to cash in on the “look of a lifetime” but finds that his face is not the only thing that isn’t what it seems.
The Duke is Tops
A theatrical producer puts aside his own success to boost the career of a talented singer.
A.K.A Cassius Clay
The documentary story of Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay)--the heavyweight boxing champion whose style and courage captured the imagination of the world.
I Really Hate My Ex
2015 Drama, Comedy, Romance
Best friends, Brea, Wendy, and Jessica, kidnap their exes and hold them hostage to get closure. Sharing their story on line, millions log in to cheer on the battle of the exes.
Few men in history have fought so hard and endured so much in the course of a lifetime as Nelson Mandela. His story is one of struggle and oppression, dignity and hope over despair, self-discipline and respect over persecution and hate.
When a metal scrapper meets a teen runaway they dive into the wild world of scrapping and try to maintain a friendship despite their differences and a particularly unhinged neighbor.
The Night James Brown Saved Boston
This film tells the story of the pivotal role that James Brownand that particular James Brown concert in 1968played in the history of the country.