During WWII, four North African men enlist in the French army to liberate that country from Nazi oppression, and to fight French discrimination.
In 1951, Marcus Messner, a working-class Jewish student from New Jersey, attends a small Ohio college, where he struggles with anti-Semitism, sexual repression, and the ongoing Korean War.
A group of five American friends on the cusp of adulthood travel to Panama to relax and reconnect. They befriend a local woman in their hotel bar—and despite some ominous whispers—she goes against the specific instructions of her brother and brings the Americans on a daytrip into the pristine falls at the nearby jungle. What begins as an innocent outing to a picturesque waterfall quickly turns terrifying after she suddenly goes missing. As night closes in, the friends realize too late the truth behind the rumors—the legendary, blood-sucking Chupacabra is now stalking them.
An artist is hired by a nightclub owner to paint a portrait of his beautiful wife. When the artist and wife fall in love, the nightclub owner's jealousy erupts in violence. To save themselves, the lovers are driven to attempt his murder.
A successful photographer and recovering heroin addict tries to solve a mystery and conquer his demons after his son is kidnapped.
Documentary about the protest movement that swept across Europe in 2011, from the point of view of an illegal immigrant about his experiences in the movement.
Indigo is a film about loneliness, redemption, and the healing powers and grace of the new generation of Indigo (psychic and gifted) children being born into the world. Although the story is fictional, the emotions and actions of the film resonate with the spiritual dynamics of life today. The dramatic core of the film is the relationship that develops between a man whose life and family have dissolved due to a fateful mistake and his 10 year-old granddaughter with whom he goes on the run to protect her from a would-be kidnapper. Along the way, he discovers the power of his granddaughter's gifts which forever alter the lives of everyone she encounters.
After years of suppressing her inner child, Indigo, an elderly woman struggles with the cyclical war of the declining imagination via the rise of rationality, to revitalize her spirit before death.
Madame Bertini, a newly widowed 70-year-old miser, has lived a sheltered life in squalour. She determines to venture into the modern world and have as much fun as possible, and in doing so finds that she loves it. She blows her life savings, much to the disapproval of the young people around her.
BLUE ALCHEMY: Stories of Indigo is a feature-length documentary about indigo, a blue dye that has captured the human imagination for millennia. It is also about people who are reviving indigo in projects that are intended to improve life in their communities, preserve cultural integrity, improve the environment, and bring beauty to the world. BLUE ALCHEMY was filmed in India, Japan, Bangladesh, Mexico, El Salvador, Nigeria, and the USA.
Exotic street scene with men riding camels.
The stories of four lovers are intertwined in this gritty and emotionally heartfelt ensemble film.
Young artist Leif lives happily with his girlfriend Grett till the day that something unusual happens. Small accident at work opens a door to another world for Leif. Unfortunately for Grett, in this new world lives another girl who day by day starts to occupy more of Leif's mind and time.
Indigo finds herself adjusting to life and relationships after having been abducted by aliens. She soon finds herself in a new relationship by a former alien abductee and both deal with the instability of their future.
"Indigo Lady" is a Rashomon-style interview movie. The story is "a Nebraska ranching empire heiress murders her husband, butchers him the way her father taught her to butcher a hog, and 'cures' him in the meat cellar." The story is loosely based on various Nebraska news items, rumors, and a play written by the director. The play was produced by The Lorraine Hansberry Theater in San Francisco CA in 1993. The director and the actors completely improvised the dialogue and action. The movie was mostly green screened and each scene is a 'painting.'
With an electrifying sound and a spirit of activism, Native American blues rock band Indigenous present live concerts from Chicago and Denver that include songs such as "Seven Steps Away," "Blues from the Sky," and "Baby What You Want Me to Do." Descended from the Sioux Nation and raised in South Dakota, this family of musicians incorporates powerful, politically conscious messages into their lively songs.
iNDiGOTV is a live television program which focuses on viewer interaction via SMS messaging and User-Generated Content to allow viewers to interact with the shows hosts and guests during its live broadcasts. The shows’ focus lies in the 18 to 34 demographic interested in local up and coming artists as well as popular hot spots. iNDiGOTVs’ headquarters are based in New York City in the basement studios under Times Square. The shows are broadcast live from Studio C-7 underground Times Square.
Gravitational power is coerced into a tool used to manipulate the flow of emotional energy Psyka. Kieran must master his Indigo abilities to rebuild a dystopian world set for total destruction.
Kaoru is a college boy with everything going for him. He lives in a mansion with his beautiful fiancé, Aoi, all his roommates are babes, and they all have the hots for him. There’s just one hitch: due to family complications, Kaoru and his beloved have to keep their engagement a secret. As he gets tangled in countless steamy situations, can Kaoru overcome temptation and stay true to the lovely Aoi? Two is company and eight is a party in this romping romance brought to you by the director of Saber Marionette J.