Ball of Confusion is a documentary about the history of basketball. The film is about how the sport, invented by Canadian Dr. James Naismith, served and continues to serve to bring people of all walks of life, together, in America and throughout the world. The United States was a segregated and culturally, highly divisive nation for many years...
A story of love, family, hardships, and life in Los Angeles.
While struggling to finish his thesis documentary required to graduate, Travis Wolfe reconnects with his estranged uncle and navigates a budding romance against the wishes of his girlfriend’s older brother.
In an era of crime, drugs and violence, the streets of South Central Los Angeles walk in fear as the gangs, police and criminals take over. Four heroic men take matters into their own hands and bring a nightmare on the streets that they can't wake up from. No justice, no peace and if peace is far out of reach, so will the idea of being a law abiding citizen. The criminals leaned in the ear of the city and said a storm is coming, The Council leaned back and whispered..."WE ARE THE STORM!"
In Tender the tensions caused by San Francisco’s housing crisis unfold for three black trans women in the Tenderloin.
Under the backdrop of San Francisco’s housing crisis, the beauty of a historically LBGT-friendly district is revealed. Tender tells the story of three black trans women and their inextricable connections to San Francisco’s often maligned Tenderloin neighborhood. Janetta is a pillar of the trans community and head of the Trans, Gender Variant & Intersex Justice Project (TGIJP). Ronjah juggles multiple jobs as she dreams of moving out of her single room occupancy (SRO) and into an apartment near the ocean. Cookie searches for housing in a ballooning market that is unaffordable and leaves her homeless. These women take pride in living and working in this pre-Stonewall site of LBGTQ liberation, yet the spaces they hold dear erode as San Francisco’s housing crisis grows out of control.
Feature Film, Narrative
Life is Fare is a Tigrinya/ English feature film exploring three wildly different diaspora perspectives on the East African nation of Eritrea. A cross cultural analogy to challenge how patriotism and nationalism are practiced, it is inspired by current Eritrean and Ethiopian migration journeys worldwide. Life is Fare premiered at the 2018 Brooklyn Film Festival, going on to win awards and recognition at:
A peaceful town where all seems to be normal lies a dark cold secret that took the town by surprise as a couple befriended their neighbor/close friends, granddaughter for their own psychopathic needs. Which led to the main character, Ambar along with her friends fighting for their life.
Half Ticket is a 2016 Indian Marathi language film directed by Samit Kakkad and produced by Video Palace.
The film is the story of two slum boy brothers and their absolute focus to get what they cannot dare dream of. It is an official adaption of a National Award Winning Indian Tamil film 'Kaaka Muttai'