Buffalo 8 Productions
"The Flathead Indian Reservation in Montana is shaken to its core by a teen suicide epidemic that claims 22 Native lives in a single year including two high school basketball team members. 'For Walter And Josiah' follows the team during their season as the surviving members play to honor their fallen brothers and uplift their community." --container.
"The life, contributions, and erasure of America's culinary founding father are explored by food historians, celebrated chefs, experts on race and the African American diaspora. Through their words and the persistence of a curious chef, Ashbell McElveen, the life of America's missing icon comes into focus. Mac & Cheese, French fries, whipped cream, and many other foodie favorites disseminated from a slave kitchen in Charlottesville from the hands...
"A New York City-based former professional dancer crossed the street and was hit and run over by a 15-ton New York City Express. As she regains awareness, her first thought is, 'Am I ever going to dance again?' Her second thought was " If I survive the night there will be a Victory Dance!'" --container.
"A revealing, intimate documentary from veteran actor-insider Ruben Pla, The Horror Crowd spotlights the Hollywood horror community, covering such wide-ranging topics as Women In Horror, Race Relations, Being The Weird Kid, Sparking The Imagination, Helping Each Other, Film Festivals, and The Dark Side." --container.
5) The final 19
This is the horrific and heroic true story of Sgt. Dan Hefel who was of the final 19 POWs to come home from Vietnam. A small town Iowa kid from a large clan of a family, he enlisted following in his nine brother's footsteps. After contracting malaria serving as an infantry grunt he switched to sergeant gunner. What seemed like a prize detail, turned into a nightmare as his helicopter crashed into the mountainside in the dreaded A Shau Valley. Hefel...
A perspective on how graffiti has paved the way for many successful artists today. The story is told by the artists themselves on their journey from tagging graffiti on city walls to becoming respected icons in the cities they serve. They have proven that art is something that can influence, create emotion, inspire, and bring culture to an area. As the film progresses you see the difficulties they have endured and public criticism of their work. Today...
"Greg Hartman is an ordinary film student who's assigned to make a documentary about one of his fellow students. At first, he just wants to make an Easy A, but that changes when he meets Darren Mitchell, an eccentric young man who believes that he was attacked by an urban legend Professor Zardonicus. And Darren wants Greg to help him prove it. Even though he thinks Darren's story is laughable, Greg goes along with it anyway. But Darren's antics go...
9) Stay Alive
An informal and interactive approach to exploring suicide prevention that will touch those in deep distress. Its unique perspectives will inform those who love and support these individuals, and will engage everyone who wants to better understand the human condition
"There are legends of giant creatures in the North Woods that have been passed down for generations by tribal elders. They believe these sacred beasts, should be left alone. A small, but resourceful, group of men think otherwise . . . 'Searching for the Mikinaak' is a six-part series that follows this pack of friends that race to find a massive unknown animal roaming the waters of Minnesota. Rivalries emerge as some try to hunt and kill it, while...
11) Love Gets a Room
Inspired by true events during the 1942 Nazi occupation of Poland, LOVE GETS A ROOM is the story of a Jewish stage actress who must make the gut-wrenching decision to follow her heart or to escape the Warsaw ghetto. Told in real time like Cortés’ acclaimed Buried, the film is a romantic tale of love and survival in the face of harrowing circumstances.
12) Dreams on Fire
After running away from home to become a dancer in Tokyo, Yume (Bambi Naka) struggles against the harsh realities of what it takes to achieve success. She works as a hostess in the red-light district while taking dance lessons, and refuses to abandon her ambitions.
David, a middle aged painter and former Navy officer living in a secluded but beautiful shoreline house in the Florida Keys, breaks his willful isolation to do a portrait of a very special guest: young, edgy, and openly gay Justin; but as the date takes an unexpected turn, David must do everything in his power to keep control of the situation while discovering Justin’s true intentions.
"When money, affairs, power, and lies collide, Nicole Wright, a beautiful and successful music CEO is about to crumble in front of her. While leaving her husband and son, the lies that have built her music empire are threatening to tear her down. While having an affair with Kingston, the sexy artist on the rise who promises her everything, Nicole learns the hard way that looks can be deceiving and his motives are as dark as the secrets she keeps."...
16) Infinite sea
In a parallel existence, Miguel tries to hack his way into joining a human exodus to another planet. While he dwells in his dreams and frustrations of being left behind he meets Eva, who challenges his goals. Ultimately he ends up searching for her in this flooded new home planet while he tries to come to terms with his real purpose.
17) Son of the South
"In this poignant true story set in Montgomery, Alabama, a Klansman's grandson must choose which side of history to be on during the Civil Rights Movement. Defying his family and white Southern norms, he fought against social injustice, repression and violence to change the world around him."--container.