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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.
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.
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.
Dreams of Dust
Official Selection - Sundance FF. A Nigerien peasant arrives at a dusty gold mine in Burkina Faso where he hopes to forget the past that haunts him.
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.
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.
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.
Liberty Kid captures with compassion and street-smart humor the spirit and pain of America transformed by September 11 through the eyes of two Brooklyn youth.
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.
Four children enter a high-stakes lottery. If they win, they can attend one of the best schools in New York. A look at the crisis in public education, The Lottery makes the case than any child can succeed.
Something Like A Business
HILARIOUS COMEDY WITH AN ALL-STAR CAST! A riotous spoof comedy about a young man struggling to take over his uncle's "escort" business.
Women Do It Better
When it comes to playing the dating game, women do it better.
A Family Thing
1996 Drama, Comedy
Robert Duvall and James Earl Jones portray long-lost brothers in this compelling and poignant family drama about a white Southerner whose identity is shaken after he learns that his natural mother was black.
1994 Crime, Drama
Two inner-city youths find love on the hard streets of Houston. Each has personal problems to work through, and is wary of emotional attachments. Jason is haunted by the memory of his father's death and feels responsible for his brother's violent behavior. Lyric is strong and passionate, but doesn't want to to give her love to another just to see it snuffed out by the violence around her. Together they learn to let go of fear and guilt and dream of a better life.
A heart-warming, delightfully funny, romantic comedy about a lawn boy who catches the eye of an upscale career woman!
Mad Hot Ballroom
Merengue, foxtrot, rumba -- the 11-year-old students have all the right moves in this award-winning documentary about the New York City public school systems ballroom dance program.
Changing The Game
Crime and death follows a young black man who leaves the streets to pursue a career in finance on Wall Street.
2010 Drama, Independent
Raymond and Tagbo, “Rag” and “Tag”, were inseparable childhood friends until Social Services tore them apart, removing Rag from his neglectful mother in London. At twenty-three, Rag returns a school dropout and jobless, while Tag has just graduated from law-school and is now applying to top-ranking London firms. But after all these years, they realize they are still connected on some deeper level and are oblivious to what anyone else thinks of their friendship. Tag’s Bible-preaching father has more disdain for the boys’ renewed friendship than he does for his son’s white socialist girlfriend. Rag and Tag’s love for each other remains bottled up until a wealthy friend, with some shady business deal, invites them to Nigeria where they have plenty of time alone for their love to blossom. Finally ready to make a commitment to each other on their return to London, they realize that the obstacles they face may tear them apart forever.