When he finds out his longtime girlfriend is pregnant, a commitment-phobe realizes he might have to change his lifestyle for better or much, much worse.
Masha Smirnova is a young girl who came to Moscow to conquer the big city. Here she finds a way to make all here wishes come true. But for other people this way is not so pleasant, sometimes even painful.
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"12 Months" (2014) - an award-winning documentary about a Los Angeles man who rents his three-bedroom home for $1 per month to help a family - he has never met - get on their feet. Told through the eyes of Felicia Dukes and her four children, the project puts a personal face on homelessness and encourages individuals to take personal responsibility for helping address societal concerns. This film has won Best Documentary at the Sunrise Film Festival in Nova Scotia, Canada, in October 2015, as well as has been screened within film festival in seven countries and 15 locations!
Baromas is a feature film in Hindi based on the Sahitya Academy award winning Marathi novel of the same name by Sadanand Deshmukh and directed by FTII-educated Dheeraj Meshram. The movie addresses the plight of dry land farmers and the educated unemployed in rural India.
19 Months takes a comic look at a young couple who believe that romantic love has an expiry date. Rather than stay in a relationship past its due date they have decided to break up. In order to avoid the usual pain, jealousy and loneliness so many others go through during a break up Rob and Melanie have agreed to stay together until each of them has found a new partner. So confident are they in this process they have invited a documentary filmmaker to help show the world their "new and better way." Unfortunately for Rob and Melanie they are about to show the world something entirely different.
A poor girl was given an impossible task by her stepmother: to gather snowdrops in a winter forest. Suddenly she stumbled across twelve brothers who happened to be the twelve months.
Early Sam Raimi/Bruce Campbell short.
Marking time as an itinerant plumber, and haunted by recurrent nightmares, Nash hungers for the fleeting ecstasies of nightclubs and bedrooms. Other Months is a stark, honest portrait of disconnection—a young man coming to face his paralysis.
Over a period of six years, director James Bluemel and producer Gordon Wilson followed epileptic alcoholic Nigel (37) from Oxford, England, who managed to slip through the net of the welfare system for 66 months. Self-mutilation, alcohol, and childlike delusions mean Nigel is a vulnerable man. In the words of his social worker, "Nigel has been abused financially, sexually, and emotionally for years." She's referring to the days when, while out "in the wild," a man named Robbie took Nigel under his wings. He was like a father to Nigel, while at the same time absolutely unfit for the role of caregiver, especially because he couldn't keep his hands to himself.
A b/w polish documentary about mothers & children
Village-girl (Juli Kovács) arrives in the city to work in a factory. The works manager (János Bodnár) sets his eye on her, but at first the girl refuses his advance.
Revenge may have irreversible consequences.
9 Months Of Snow is a different kind of a commercial film. It follows one season in Ruka & Pyhä ski resorts and is made for quite a small target group such as snowboarders and skiers. The film is done in a co-operation with Rukakeskus Oy and Naturpolis. It was really interesting to take advantage of all the cool filming locations around the resorts. Many of them were filmed first time for 9 Months Of Snow.
A drama about two Ethiopians who enter a marriage of convenience and struggle to maintain traditional values as they strive toward their dreams.
Documentary about the violent events that led to the creation of Bangladesh.
Part video diary, part abstract drama, The Coldest Months depicts a broken relationship through the lens of memory, reality, and imagination.
Seven volunteer English teachers from Australia gradually confront the colonial implications of their work in rural Thailand. Over the course of six months, they contend with their inexperience as teachers, the omnipresence of Westernisation, and the ambiguity of their purpose. Directed by one of the volunteers, 'Six Months to Salvation' is a self-reflexive documentary about language, landscape and idealism lost. u16.co/6m2s
2 Months $2 Million was an American reality show that debuted on G4TV on August 16, 2009. The show follows four online poker players who are sharing a house in Las Vegas, Nevada. Their goal is to collectively earn $2 million in two months using their own money. The show was canceled after one season.