An unnerving encounter with her estranged father at a night club while on a weekend back home in Lima is enough to remind Lia (19) that there are unhealed wounds. She will be forced to understand that the only person who can take care of her now is herself.
There's no way to ever prepare for the unspeakable, but when tragedy strikes our lives, do we ever truly move on? We're often told we have to, but the pain can linger, haunting us, refusing to let go. Perhaps there is a reason, a purpose for this pain. A teacher comes face-to-face with the surreal, the unexpected, as he struggles to move forward with the guilt in the wake of a deadly school shooting.
Carey, a 14 year old African American boy nervously prepares for his first dance as his parents reminisce about their own. When Carey's mother (Tasha Smith, EMPIRE) tasks Carey's father (Malik Whitfield, THE TEMPTATIONS) with getting a picture of Carey and his date, a moment of tension arrises as Carey becomes elusive and tries to thwart his father's objective.
Abir is a Muslim immigrant who works hard trying to make a living.
One night, on her way home, she witnesses a group of white-supremacists assaulting a woman wearing a headscarf.
Joining forces, Abir and Dina manage to fight off the assailants, barely escaping the scene of the attack.
But when they discover the truth about each other’s identity, they realize that overcoming their own prejudices might be their toughest challenge of the night.
Brought to you from the creative mind of Ian James Ortiz, this intense short-film explores the concept of fate. Is our life path predetermined or can we actually change its direction?
In this crime drama, a conflicted businessman in search of a new life, falls for a young, ambitious woman who inspires him and makes him want to change even more. But he discovers their circles are closer than he initially thought or hoped. Will she be his way out or his downfall?