Onward is an upcoming American 3D computer-animated urban fantasy film produced by Pixar Animation Studios for Walt Disney Pictures. It is directed by Dan Scanlon, produced by Kori Rae, and stars the voices of Tom Holland, Chris Pratt, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Octavia Spencer. The film is scheduled to be released on March 6, 2020.
Royal Matchmaker (2018)
A struggling matchmaker is hired by a king to find his son a suitable wife in time for a national celebration. As the clock ticks toward the deadline, the matchmaker finds him the perfect wife -- only to realize that she's fallen in love with him.
Girl In The Bunker (2018)
Girl in the Bunker is a 2018 TV film that aired on Lifetime that told about the kidnapping of Elizabeth Shoaf at the hands of Vinson Filyaw. The film stars Julia Lalonde, Henry Thomas, and Moira Kelly.
Liberated: The New Sexual Revolution (2017)
Each year thousands of college students from around the globe flock to popular resort beaches for the generational rite of passage known as spring break. Over the course of a week filled with booze and casual hookups, Liberated: The New Sexual Revolution follows the journey of college students during these spring break revelries, offering an insightful look into their attitudes and behaviors regarding sex. It is an honest and raw depiction of this casual sex environment where sexual violation has become normal, and sexual assault is customary. Liberated: The New Sexual Revolution widens the view of today's hookup culture by examining the role of pop culture in shaping conceptions of gender and sexuality that underlie this new sexual revolution.
At a time when the mighty #MeToo and #TimesUp movements have brought us to a cultural tipping point, Liberated: The New Sexual Revolution aims to reinforce the empowering anti-sexual assault crusade by creating and encouraging brutally honest conversations among the vulnerable young men and women directly affected by this toxic environment.
Kill Order (2017)
Chaos erupts when a group of armed men break into a high school classroom. They target David, a quiet kid who secretly suffers from unexplained memories of a horrifying past. Tapping into a previously unknown strength, David fights off his attackers and goes on the run. With his life and the lives of his loved ones in jeopardy, David must master the use of his new superhuman strength and fighting skills to find the people responsible and get his revenge.
The 5th Kind (2017)
Best friends try to get "internet famous" by filming their own survival show out in the woods, but their weekend filming trip turns deadly when an unexpected visitor shows up.
A Life in Waves (2017)
If you watched TV, went to the movies, or listened to the radio in the 80s and 90s, you heard Suzanne Ciani's work. A five-time Grammy nominated composer, recording artist, and electronic music pioneer, whose sounds have been featured in countless commercials, video games, and feature films. A LIFE IN WAVES is the story of a woman who changed the sound of music and film.
The Green Pastures (1936)
The Green Pastures is a 1936 American film depicting stories from the Bible as visualized by African-American characters. It starred Rex Ingram (in several roles, including "De Lawd"), Oscar Polk, and Eddie "Rochester" Anderson. It was based on the 1928 novel Ol' Man Adam an' His Chillun by Roark Bradford and the 1930 Pulitzer Prize-winning play of the same name by Marc Connelly.
The Green Pastures was one of only six feature films in the Hollywood Studio era to feature an all-African American cast, though elements of it were criticised by civil rights activists at the time and subsequently.
Aruvi is a 2017 Indian Tamil sociopolitical drama film written and directed by Arun Prabu Purushothaman, in his debut film. The film portrays the events that occur in the life of Aruvi, a rebellious young woman who seeks to expose the consumerist and misogynistic nature of modern civilisation, while attempting to find meaning during a period of existential crisis.
Mayhem is a 2017 American action horror comedy film directed by Joe Lynch. The film was released at the South by Southwest Film Festival in March 2017 and The Sales art and poster was released at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2017. It will be released in US cinemas and on VOD and digital HD on November 10, 2017, through RLJE Films.
Junior Majeur (2017)
An 18-year-old hockey prodigy faces obstacles which jeopardize his career and friendships.
Roller Dreams (2017)
Venice Beach, Calif., becomes the epicenter of a pop culture explosion as roller skaters become roller dancers.
Body Electric (2017)
A 23-year-old gay man works in a garment factory and dreams of the sea.
Baden Baden (2016)
Baden Baden is a 2016 French-Belgian dramedy film written and directed by Rachel Lang.
La generala (1971)
A woman joins the rebel troops, when she meets the colonel who betrayed her brother she wins his heart and castrates him.
Love Hunter (2014)
Love Hunter stars Milan Mumin, the former lead singer of a Serbian rock band, as himself in a funny, sweet and inspirational fiction based on his life ten years later, driving a cab in New York City and cobbling together funds to record his dream album.
The Last Time I Saw Paris (1954)
Based on the novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald, this critically acclaimed drama stars Elizabeth Taylor and Van Johnson!
Snow Guardians (2014)
Ski Patrol, Search & Rescue, and Avalanche Safety teams work in the Rocky Mountains.
Eye Of The Storm (1991)
Eye of the Storm is a 1991 German romantic thriller, directed by Yuri Zeltser.
Jack of Hearts (1999)
A Las Vegas detective (Louis Mandylor) investigates a freewheeling entrepreneur (Nick Mancuso) suspected of corruption.
Malpertuis — released in the US as The Legend of Doom House — is a 1971 Belgian fantasy-horror directed by Harry Kümel, based on the 1943 novel of the same name. It was entered into the 1972 Cannes Film Festival.
The opening film of the 2014 BFI Flare Festival, Lilting tells the story of a Cambodian-Chinese mother mourning the untimely death of her son. Her world is suddenly disrupted by the presence of a stranger, and we observe their difficulties in trying to connect with one another without a common language. Through a translator they piece together memories of a man they both loved dearly, and realise that while they may not share a language, they are connected in their grief. A touching, intimate film about finding the things which bring us together, Lilting features rousing performances from its leads Ben Whishaw and Cheng Pei-Pei and has announced director Hong Khaou as a brave new voice in independent British cinema.
A Winter Tan (1988)
A Winter Tan is a Canadian drama film, released in 1987. Based on the book Give Sorrow Words by Maryse Holder, the film stars Jackie Burroughs as Holder.
The screenplay was written by Burroughs and John Frizzell, and the film was directed and produced jointly by Burroughs, Frizzell, Louise Clark, John Walker and Aerlyn Weissman.
The Glass House (2001)
The Glass House is a 2001 American mystery thriller film directed by Daniel Sackheim and written by Wesley Strick. The film stars Leelee Sobieski, Diane Lane, Stellan Skarsgård, Bruce Dern, Kathy Baker, Trevor Morgan, and Chris Noth.
The film received generally negative reviews and was a box office bomb grossing merely $23 million on a $30 million production budget. The main reason cited for the financial failure of the film was the fact that the film was released 3 days after the September 11 attacks.
Treasures of the Snow (1980)
A boy finally realizes what he must do to be forgiven by his family and friends after one of his pranks results in disaster.
Prosperity is a 1932 American comedy-drama film starring Marie Dressler and Polly Moran. The two leading actresses play longtime matriarchal ladies comically sparring off each other, and trying to control their intertwined lives.
Beautiful is a 2009 Australian independent film, written and directed by Dean O'Flaherty, which was released by Adelaide-based Kojo Pictures on 5 March 2009. The film marked the feature filmmaking debut of both O'Flaherty and Kojo Pictures. The South Australian Film Corporation provided approximately 10 per cent of the $1.5m budget, while the rest came from private investors.
Beautiful was the first film in Australia to receive the new (at the time) 40% Producers Rebate from the Federal Government. The film received a poor response, taking only $56,000 at the Australian box office in its short cinema release.
It was invited to screen at the 12th Shanghai International Film Festival, in June 2010, and later sold "to France and all French-speaking European territories ... Japan ... Poland, Middle East, Russia, Mexico and HBO Eastern Europe."
Pushkar Puran (2017)
Filmmaker Kamal Swaroop explores the ancient myths surrounding the gods of the Hindu religion.
A Record of Sweet Murderer (2014)
A Record of Sweet Murder (ある優しき殺人者の記録) is a 2014 Japanese-South Korean thriller film directed by Kōji Shiraishi. It was released on 6 September 2014 in Japan, and 11 September 2014 in South Korea.
El Bulto (1992)
A Mexican journalist (Gabriel Retes) falls into a coma and awakes 20 years later.
Madness in the Method (2019)
Madness in the Method is an upcoming American comedy crime film directed by and starring Jason Mewes and written by Chris Anastasi. The film will be Mewes' debut as a director.
Svaha: The Sixth Finger (2019)
A minister who researches religious cults turns to his Buddhist monk friend for help investigating a new group with mysterious origins.
The Magic Tuche (2018)
Les Tuche 3 also known as The Magic Tuche is a French comedy film co-written by Olivier Baroux, Nessim Chikhaoui, Julien Hervé, Philippe Mechelen and Jean-Paul Rouve and directed by Olivier Baroux. It is a sequel of Les Tuche and Les Tuche 2: Le Rêve américain. It was released in January 2018 and was a commercial success.
Hole in the Wall (2015)
A struggling taco chef lures a top food critic to his restaurant in Spanish Harlem, hoping he can have his breakthrough before a scheming counterfeiter steals his secret sauce.
No Solicitors (2015)
A solicitor is drugged by a doctor's family and slowly eaten bit by bit.
The Blood Is at the Doorstep (2017)
While not as publicized as cases of police brutality and police shootings in cities like New York, Oakland, Ferguson, and Baltimore, the 2014 killing of Dontre Hamilton in Milwaukee is as shocking and tragic as any. In broad daylight in the middle of downtown, an officer responding to a complaint from a Starbucks employee approached Dontre Hamilton, an unarmed black man coping with paranoid schizophrenia resting in a public park. Minutes later, the officer shot Dontre 14 times.
The absolutely riveting and often angering documentary The Blood Is at the Doorstep digs deep into this case and its aftermath, following Dontre’s family and surrounding community for three years. We get incredible access to Dontre’s mourning mother Maria and determined older brother Nate, both of whom become committed activists in the wake of Dontre’s killing. We also spend time with Milwaukee Police chief Ed Flynn, examining his response to Dontre’s case and the still-unfolding legacy of that response.
The Wrong Nanny (2017)
A woman hires a seemingly perfect nanny to help with her twin baby boys, only to discover that the young woman is the daughter she gave up for adoption at birth.
A U.S. Marshal seeking justice for his brother's murder defends a small town from a corrupt Mayor and his henchmen with intents to revive the civil war.
Manic is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Kalina Bertin and released in 2017. The film depicts Bertin's efforts, in response to a family history of bipolar disorder, to investigate parts of her father's prior life in Montserrat that she did not know about.
The Crossing (2012)
Eight-year-old girl Lola Arendt vanishes while on vacations on a Scottish island with her parents. Incapable of overcoming the drama, the couple end up divorcing. Two years later, Lola appears on the same spot, but unable to utter a single word.
Bobbi Jene (2017)
After a decade of stardom in Israel, American dancer Bobbi Jene decides to leave behind her prominent position at the world-famous Batsheva Dance Company, as well as the love of her life, to return to the U.S. to create her own boundary breaking art. Tracking the personal and
professional challenges that await her, Elvira Lind’s film lovingly and intimately documents the dilemmas and inevitable consequences of ambition. BOBBI JENE delves into what it takes for a woman to gain her own independence in the extremely competitive world of dance and to find self-fulfillment in the process.
Detective Conan: The Sniper from Another Dimension (2014)
Detective Conan: Dimensional Sniper (名探偵コナン 異次元の狙撃手スナイパー, Meitantei Konan: Ijigen no Sunaipā) is a 2014 Japanese anime film directed by Kobun Shizuno and part of the film series based on the Detective Conan manga and anime series. A dangerous sniper causes the FBI to become involved.
Heroin(e) is a 2017 American documentary film directed by Elaine McMillion Sheldon and produced by Elaine McMillion Sheldon and Kerrin Sheldon. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Documentary Short Subject at the 90th Academy Awards.
The Gateway (2018)
A particle physicist grieving over the loss of her husband in a car crash uses a revolutionary machine to bring him back, with dire consequences for her family.
A Woman Captured (2017)
A European woman has been kept by a family as a domestic slave for 10 years. Drawing courage from the filmmaker's presence, she decides to take steps to escape the oppression and become a free person.
The Queen of Spain (2016)
The Queen of Spain (Spanish: La reina de España) is a 2016 Spanish comedy-drama film written and directed by Fernando Trueba. Starring Penélope Cruz, the movie is a sequel to Trueba's 1998 drama The Girl of Your Dreams, also starring Cruz and set during the Spanish Civil War. It has been selected to be shown in the Berlinale Special section of the 67th Berlin International Film Festival.
The Spiritualist (2016)
An agoraphobic woman turns to spiritual assistance to help remove a sinister presence in her home.
Shadow of the Lotus (2016)
After being betrayed by her associates, a former member of the Black Lotus triad joins forces with a young cop to extract her own brand of revenge.
What Lies Upstream (2018)
In this classic detective story, investigative filmmaker Cullen Hoback travels to West Virginia to uncover the truth behind a massive chemical spill that left 300,000 people without drinking water for months. But when Hoback discovers an obscene collusion between chemical corporations and the highest levels of government, the investigation spirals in a terrifying direction, and we learn the frightening truth about what lies upstream of us all.
Doug Stanhope's the Unbookables (2012)
Ride with the Unbookables on an insane stand-up comedy road trip across the Midwest. Executive Producer Doug Stanhope (The Man Show, Louie) showcases some of our eras’ most fearless and challenging comics as they unite in this ground-breaking and hilarious documentary that tests what is “too far” in comedy clubs today.
The van tour hits a major speed bump when the gang runs headlong into a club owner in Kansas City that tells them to clean up their acts or get out. Now, comics James Inman (SF Comedy Competition winner) and Andy Andrist (The Man Show) face off as the group decides whether to finally compromise or get fired.
This instant underground comedy classic is now available for the first time On Demand with a new soundtrack featuring music from Mishka Shubaly. Get in the van with stand-ups including Sean Rouse (MIB 2, Premium Blend), Kristine Levine (Portlandia, Levine Large) and Brandon Walsh (Drunk History, Pickle & Peanut) as as they serve up comedy that is unsafe at any speed.
Parker's Anchor (2017)
When Krystal Parker discovers she cannot have children, her life is turned upside down. However, motherhood doesn't always follow a plan.
Good After Bad (2017)
A wealthy and eccentric man offers to become a bullied student's guardian.
Blind & Ugly (2017)
An ugly guy cannot get a girlfriend until he meets a blind woman. He has no idea that the woman is not really blind, she is just pretending so she can live in a special home.
Circus Kane (2017)
A reclusive circus master invites a group of social media stars to his house of haunts. Anyone who can make it out before being scared into submission will earn $250,000 — but the social media stars soon learn they are not only competing for money, but also fighting for their lives.
17-year- old ASHER has always been the impulsive troublemaker, from primary school, all through junior high and high school. It’s hard for him to concentrate in class, and he is compelled by a lot of rage and violence; yet he is also endowed with a considerable amount of charm and street wisdom. While his strict father sees him as a natural successor to the family’s scaffolding business, Asher finds a different masculine role model in his gentle literature teacher Rami and forges a special connection with him. Torn between the two worlds, Asher looks for a chance for a new life and new identity. When a sudden tragedy occurs, he has to take the ultimate test of maturity.
You Get Me (2017)
After a one-night stand, Holly develops a dangerous obsession with Tyler and transfers to his high school, desperate to keep their "romance" alive.
Back to Burgundy (2017)
Back to Burgundy is a 2017 French drama film directed by Cédric Klapisch, starring Pio Marmaï, Ana Girardot and François Civil.
Red Trees (2017)
Marina Willer creates an impressionistic visual essay as she traces her father’s family journey as one of only twelve Jewish families to survive the Nazi occupation of Prague during World War II. The film travels from war-torn Eastern Europe to the color and light of South America and is told through the voice of Willer’s father Alfred, who witnessed bureaucratic nightmares, transportation and suicides but survived to build a post-war life as an architect in Brazil. As the world struggles with the current refugee crisis, Red Trees is a timely look at a family besieged by war who finds peace across an ocean.
Imitation Girl (2017)
A young woman materializes in the southwestern desert, and every step she takes teaches her about her new world and body. As she starts her new life, she learns she has a twin with whom she shares more than an outward appearance.
Children Of The Corn: Runaway (2018)
CHILDREN OF THE CORN: RUNAWAY tells the story of young, pregnant Ruth, who escapes a murderous child cult in a small Midwestern town. She spends the next decade living anonymously in an attempt to spare her son the horrors that she experienced as a child. Ruth and her son end up in a small Oklahoma town, but something is following her. Now, she must confront this evil or lose her child.
Dillagi is a 1999 Indian Hindi drama film co-produced and directed by Sunny Deol and also starring Sunny Deol alongside his real-life brother Bobby Deol and Urmila Matondkar. The film was a box office flop but Deol's first attempt at directing was appreciated.
Pork Pie (2017)
In quirky, endearing adventure/comedy, PORK PIE, a trio of young misfits, with nothing to lose, chase lost love in a yellow, stolen Mini Cooper S across the length of the country, becoming folk heroes and most wanted criminals along the way with a posse of a cops in hot pursuit.
To The Beat! (2018)
When their favorite pop star launches a competition to find talent for his next video, teenage twins Mia and Mackie Castillo enlist their friends and family to form a dance group.
Easy Money (2018)
A struggling artist joins an innovative money counterfeiting scheme.
Rip Tide (2017)
When fashion model Cora (Debby Ryan, Disney’s JESSIE, Radio Rebel) suffers an embarrassing “fashion faux pas” there is nothing else for it but to head down under to Australia for some peace and tranquillity.
However, life out of the spotlight is not what it is cracked up to be. Expecting a five star holiday with her Aunt Margot (Genevieve Hegney, The Kettering Incident), Cora realises all too late that her idylic beachside retreat has no internet access and is a long way from the nearest city.
With the thought of the vicious world awaiting her back home, Cora feels trapped, but as time goes by, friendships bloom and romance sparks between Cora and local Tom (Andrew Creer, Tomorrow When The War Began). Still keen to return home and resume the career she left behind, Cora is torn between her welcoming community and the bright future and potential fame that awaits her back in America.
This Giant Papier-Mâché Boulder Is Actually Really Heavy (2016)
For three ordinary guys Tom, Jeffrey and Gavin, this just became a reality. One minute they were watching an old b-grade movie, the next they’ve been thrust inside the movie itself and at the helm of a rickety old spaceship. Panic ridden they stumble into a space battle. and make a mortal enemy of the evil Lord Froth while unwittingly saving the space princess Lady Emmanor. Then suddenly Jeffrey starts to change into a sci-fi character called Kasimir. They must adapt quickly if they are to survive long enough to find a way home. For all they know they could be next. If that happens they will be lost in this world forever. They embark on a quest to find a cure for Jeffrey and a way back home. This is an action-packed comedy adventure of giant lizards, space battles, robots, aliens, warlords and amazons that has to be seen to be believed.
Before We Vanish (2017)
Before We Vanish is a 2017 Japanese science fiction film directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.
Actors of Sound (2016)
From footsteps to bone cracks, Foley artists bring films to life with their imaginative sound effects, but as digital technology goes full speed ahead in 21st century moviemaking, can Hollywood’s low tech Foley artist survive in this high tech age?
Charlie is a frustrated, struggling artist who is dragging himself through an office job he hates. When Charlie reaches his breaking point, he meets an eccentric stranger who helps him rediscover his true passion and calling in life.
Cop and a Half: New Recruit (2017)
Grizzled veteran detective Mark Simmons (Lou Diamond Phillips) can't seem to catch the "Badge Bandit" – the city's serial prankster who's causing mischief and embarrassing the police. Karina Foley (Lulu Wilson) is a spunky 12-year-old who dreams of being a cop. She stumbles on Simmons' stakeout where she proves she's got serious detective skills and tech-savvy smarts. While Simmons wants to ignore Karina, the police captain does the unthinkable and teams them up. While on their mission to stop the "Badge Bandit," the unlikely duo goes on a hilarious, action-filled adventure!
As Far as the Eye Can See (2016)
Jack Ridge (Jason London, Dazed and Confused) is stuck, 40 years old, living on a North Texas farm he has let go to seed. In the land of Van Cliburn, where classical piano holds pride of place, Jack is a former prodigy who has withdrawn to his family’s land.
Human Traces (2017)
Soon after the arrival of a mysterious young man, contact with the outside world is cut off for a husband and wife trying to return a remote island in the Southern Ocean, 1000 kilometres from human life, to its natural state.
A psychologist engages a dangerous, young genius in a battle of wits — unaware of the supernatural power the girl possesses, or that her life hangs in the balance.
Junction is a 2012 American thriller film written and directed by Tony Glazer. The film stars Neal Bledsoe, Summer Crockett Moore, Tom Pelphrey and Harris Doran with David Zayas, Michael O'Keefe and Anthony Ruivivar in supporting roles.
Desperate to score drugs, four strung out meth-addicts - Donald (Bledsoe), Kari (Moore), David (Pelphrey) and Spot (Doran) – break into an upscale suburban home looking for a flat screen television that was requested by their dealer (Ruivivar). During the burglary, Spot and Donald discover a dark secret about the homeowners, which pits the four meth-addicts against each other and the police (Zayas and O’Keefe).
The film was released in the United States on July 14, 2012.
Pecking Order (2017)
Join members of the 148-year-old Christchurch Poultry, Bantam and Pigeon Club in the lead up to the NZ National Show, as they battle history (and each other) in their quest for glory. Audiences will be introduced to an endearing and eclectic group of ‘chick fanciers’, each hoping to take away the top prize, including Doug the determined Club President, Rhys the young upstart, Sarah the chicken whisperer, Ian the exacting judge, Mark the voice of reason and Brian the lovable champion. ‘Pecking Order’ is a hilarious, unique, and heart-warming slice of Kiwiana which is sure to delight and surprise audiences of all ages.
Little Sunny Gill, coming from a family of pickle manufacturers, is a misfit. Although he can't smell, an accident enhances his olfactory abilities, and he transforms into one-of-a-kind super hero.
No estamos solos (2016)
After moving to the outskirts of Lima, a family is terrorized by a dark presence in their new home, forcing them to seek the help of an exorcist.
A man launches a desperate search into the heart of the Amazon to find his missing girlfriend amid a rash of mysterious disappearances.
Bad Tutor (2018)
Single mom Karen is focused on getting daughter Emily graduated and off to college. When she hires Devin to boost Emily's grades, the tutor becomes dangerously obsessed.
The Good Postman (2017)
Postman Ivan has a new political vision: he decides to run for mayor in order to bring his dying village to life by welcoming refugees. His opponents are only interested in closing their eyes to the refugees, shutting the border and reintroducing communism. While on the campaign trail -- his delivery route -- Ivan learns that good intentions are not enough, and that even the smallest deeds matter.
Running late for work, a man begins his journey toward enlightenment.
Long Shot (2017)
When Juan Catalan is arrested for a murder he didn't commit, he builds his case for innocence around raw footage from a popular TV show. A documentary.
Anjala is a 2016 Tamil-language comedy-drama film directed by Thangam Saravanan and produced by Dhilip Subbarayan. Vimal and Nandita feature in the leading roles, while Gopi Sunder composes the film's music.
To the Mountain (2018)
Five hikers find meaning in their lives after the beautiful surroundings force them to connect.
Timbiriche: La misma piedra (2008)
An entertaining look at the last Timibiriche reunion, 25 years after its first public appearance, and the members' lives amid rehearsals, tours, problems and children.
Nude Area (2014)
In a series of fifteen dialogue-free vignettes, NUDE AREA, from director Urszula Antoniak (Beyond Words) tells the sensual and seductive story of a forbidden love between two young women living in Amsterdam. Dutch teenager Naomi (Sammy Boonstra) hails from posh Amsterdam South. Fama (Imaan Hammam) is a beautiful Middle Eastern girl from the poor quarters of Amsterdam East. Over the course of one summer, the two play a game of emotional chess while meeting in the nude area of a female-only sauna.
First Kiss (2018)
Kayce Thaxton is looking forward to spending the evening with her new crush, maybe even enjoying their first kiss, but first, he is going to have to survive dinner with her crazy family.
The Long Goodbye-The Kara Tippetts Story (2019)
A married mother who has terminal breast cancer shares her experience about dying.
The Grey Matter (2014)
An office worker wakes up in an alley, covered in blood. In the aftermath, he attracts the attention of his beautiful co-worker, granting him a new lease on life.
A space-time continuum glitch allows Vera to save a boy's life 25 years earlier, but results in the loss of her daughter, whom she fights to get back.
In the chaotic old city of Hyderabad, 18-year-old Raisa hatches a dangerous and improbable plan to save her younger sister from becoming a one-day bride.
Bardo Blues (2017)
Set in Thailand, BARDO BLUES follows Jack as he struggles to learn the truth about the mother that abandoned him and his own reason for existing. Weaving spiritual awakenings and soulful struggle, BARDO BLUES will leave you questioning everything you think you know about who you are, where you came from and where you're going.
Saving Flora (2018)
Flora is a circus elephant who can no longer perform her tricks. The night before she’s scheduled to be euthanized, the circus owner’s 14-year old daughter, Dawn, sneaks Flora from the circus. All that stands between them and the safety of the elephant preserve is two hundred kilometers of woods, one raging river, two elephant hunters and the fear of not making it.
Shoot Me in the Heart (2015)
Shoot Me in the Heart is a 2015 South Korean drama film directed by Mun Che-yong, and starring Lee Min-ki and Yeo Jin-goo. It is based on the bestselling novel of the same name by Jeong Yu-jeong, which won the Segye Literature Award in 2009.
Cash Nexus (2019)
The reunion of two brothers, one of them a drug addict, reawakens old demons.
How to Meet a Mermaid (2016)
The sea becomes a haven for mankind.