As Bolivia stages the 50th anniversary of Ernesto "Che" Guevara’s death, Julia an old countryside teacher is invited to share her historical story with the world: Giving a bowl of soup to the captured guerrilla in her classroom while he recited a poem about flowers to her, a few hours before his death. The invitation is withdrawn soon after, as other women step forward, claiming the story of “the soup and the flower” as their own.
Aniksha is a young woman from the Indo-Mauritian diaspora. After her arranged marriage, she finds a job at a call centre, a booming industry in Mauritius. There she encounters her enigmatic supervisor and discovers a world of possibilities. This new world view places Aniksha between the choice of tradition or of a modern lifestyle.
A young boy attempts to get a silver medal in the most daunting of middle school challenges, the flexed arm hang.
I want to make this film as a tribute to the sacrifices health care workers make for us. They are ordinary people, but they are extra-ordinary, too modest to call themselves heroes, not seeing themselves as life-saving angels. Completely altruistic, they put themselves in danger to take to care for us. They are in my eyes – Angels.
The nightmare of the pandemic continues, leaving a mark that will never be erased from our collective memory.
A Psychological Thriller…A Young Woman searches for clues to find her missing Lover with the help of a Psychiatrist Friend!
In this quirky and sweet tale, HUGO, a socially awkward hermit, tries to break free from his loneliness by following the advice of a failed 90s self-help guru and stumbles his way towards connection. Brought to you by first-time director Elizabeth Fraser (Spinning Out, Tiny Pretty Things) and Executive Producer Sandra Cunningham (Kim's Convenience), The Help Desk is a nod to Nick Hornby-style nice-core, and a balm for complicated times.