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Architect Georg Winter, his wife and their two children travel to attend Georg's mother's funeral in a snowy village. At the funeral a woman and her son suddenly appear. She unearths a truth, which drags the family into a vortex of confusion.
We Must Go
2014 Documentary, Independent, Sport
WE MUST GO is a feature documentary chronicling the journey of the Egyptian National Soccer team and coach Bob Bradley as they fight to reach the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
2005 Independent, Drama
A group of aspiring entertainers tries to establish careers for themselves in the city of Los Angeles.
Overfed & Undernourished
2015 Documentary, Independent
Overfed & Undernourished examines a global epidemic and our modern lifestyles through one boy's inspiring and personal journey to regain his health from the inside out. After heartache, Liam Gollé weighing in at over 176lbs turns to his Aunty & Uncle for help, and embarks on a journey that promises to transform his life forever.
Travelling along the Pacific North West coastline from LA to Vancouver, the film showcases the pioneers of West Coast Modernist Architecture, and the homes that have become their legacies.
The film looks at the advances of our civilization and how the recklessness of unchecked technology is choking out the environment. "Origins" shows how man, technology, and nature can walk together.
2013 Documentary, Independent
When 28-year-old Mutinta Mweemba first shares all the hopes and dreams she once nurtured as a child, her aspirations seem no different from those of many other young women around the world. She dreams of meeting and falling in love with a handsome man, being married and raising children and hopefully one day providing those children with a better life than her own. But Mutinta's dreams were never realized. Her soft-spoken husband came with two other wives, and the remote Zambian village that she calls home is being ravaged by a deadly new epidemic - a mysterious disease called “AIDS.” Set against the backdrop of today's most urgent plague, Maggie Betts's The Carrier is a stunning portrait of both a family and a community caught in a desperate struggle to emancipate their next generation from AIDS. As all the adults in her marriage, including Mutinta, soon discover that they are afflicted with HIV, tensions within the household threaten to tear her family apart and the fragile love between a husband and wife finds itself challenged. All the while Mutinta also learns that she's become pregnant again, her quest to the save her baby from her disease, becomes the family's last hope for redemption. In its breathtaking visuals and unique lyrical style, The Carrier is a story of hope and renewal, of love and dignity, told through the eyes of an increasingly determined young heroine who refuses to be overwhelmed by the forces that surround her. It is an inspiring and emotional testament to today's modern Africa and proud people struggling not only to understand and make sense of, but also persevere and overcome what has happened to their world.
A Field Full of Secrets
2014 Documentary, Mystery
In 2008, two best friends stepped into their very first crop circle in southern England. This is story of what happened next.
2013 Drama, Romance
A woman finds out she's pregnant and returns home when the expected father wants nothing to do with her.
Wasted On The Young
Zack (Alex Russell), a member of the cool clique and Darren (Oliver Ackland), a geeky kid are step brothers who occupy opposite ends of the school hierarchy.
Hollywood & Wine
2013 Comedy, Romance, Drama
An aspiring actress (Nicky Whelan) impersonates her celebrity look-alike nemesis in order to save her boyfriend (Chris Kattan) from a trigger-happy mobster (Chazz Palminteri). Its the performance of her life, with his on the line.