In the heart of Brazilian Amazon, the survival of an ancient indigenous tribe is seriously threatened. Bainawá, a leadership member of the Huni Kuin, speaks directly to the nawa,’ white man’, about the urgent preservation of the forest where his people live.
In a city where everyone’s got an angle, how does you survive? After an NYC first-timer befriends a savvy street girl on the train, she takes him on a fantastical ride through all the city’s pitfalls.
Inspired by true events. Christmas Eve in Syria, a small kid plays hide and see and he hides in the fireplace. Within few seconds their house is bombed to the ground. The fireplace still stands, with the boy trapped inside.
Frederick Butterfield has always been runner up to his twin brother Herman. When Herman becomes the world’s oldest man with a mere minute gap between them, Frederick finally sees an opportunity to be first place.
Omar is a Young man from a small conservative city who discovers his passion for filmmaking so he enrolls in a photography contest to be admitted to a film school in the capital. His contest subject of funerals doesn’t sit well with the locals.
A portrait of a remarkable woman in her late seventies who runs the post office during the day and the roller-skating rink each evening to renting and repairing skates, spinning vintage 45s, and weaving smoothly in-between the tourists in her white skates with the red wheels.
A 12 year old girl confronts her scarring past when she is placed at an immigrant children’s shelter for unaccompanied minors in Texas. As her future hangs in limbo, she embarks on a healing journey to recover her own sense of power through her artwork.