’Strong Hearts’ overflows with a father’s wisdom and indigenous world view, expressed as a love letter to his sons. Shot on location at sites of decisive Indigenous victories over the U.S. military, historical happenings become teaching moments and majestic landscapes provide an epic visual backdrop for delivering a message to give the boys the impetus to reclaim their Native American narrat...
A old man lives on the run with his dog. While in hiding, he steals an identity and changes his appearance to match it. His plans are interrupted when he is found by a feral child. Despite the child's mysterious appearance and behavior, the two form an unlikely bond.
Heirloom tells the story of a mother and daughter who set out to discover why Italian Americans love to garden. Along their journey, they meet notable members of the Italian American community (like Isabella Rossellini), and even travel to Italy itself.
Heirloom is a recipient of the Russo Brothers Italian American Film Forum grant. Spearheaded by Hollywood directors Anthony and Joe Russo, the ...
A Punjabi immigrant woman stuck in an abusive arranged marriage finally musters the strength to escape when she realizes that her estranged son’s life is in danger. Mother and son quickly learn, however, that life is not necessarily easier on the streets. But through perseverance and ingenuity--and a little bit of luck--they eventually arrange for the promise of a better future.
In 1977 soul-blues singer Frank Bey quit singing after a deal went terribly wrong with James Brown. Forty years later Frank was invited to record a CD in Nashville with Buddy Guy's record producer, fulfilling the dream of his lifetime. Posthumously, in 2021, Frank's final CD, All My Dues Are Paid, was nominated for a Grammy. Our feature documentary follows Frank's journey from performing in Philad...
A heartfelt comedy centering Maya, a proud Black woman stigmatized since
childhood by her love for the white boy rock band, Journey. From adolescent
to adulthood, Maya searches for her voice in a world where she doesn't
always feel "Black enough".
"Broome Street” is a gritty crime story set on the mean streets of New York. It’s 1982 and crack reigns supreme in Reagan's "War on Drugs." The battle begins when NYPD’s first female internal affairs agent fights for justice. Detective Popolizio fearlessly investigates an old drug heist that leads her down a rabbit hole of police corruption, deception, and the greed of man.