In the Deep South, the lives of an immigration attorney, a community, and a family intertwine in the shadow of one of the largest immigration detention prisons in the United States.
A spirited, middle-aged man with Down Syndrome faces an uncertain future when his mother, who lovingly cares for him as he struggles with bouts of dementia and growing physical infirmity, is no longer able to help him.
An eleven years old Chinese girl turns into a feather duster at her baby brother's first birthday party, soon after learning her parents only ever wanted a boy.
OMAR SOSA'S 88 WELL-TUNED DRUMS is a feature-length documentary film on the life and music of Cuba-born pianist and composer, Omar Sosa (b. 1965). Multiple Grammy-nominee Omar Sosa is one of the most versatile jazz artists on the scene today. He fuses a wide range of jazz, world music, and electronic elements with his native Afro-Cuban roots to create a fresh and original sound—with a Latin jazz heart.
Nai Nai means Grandma in Mandarin. Our film is about a Chinese grandmother who, after surviving the Nanking Massacre in 1938, develops a deep-seated grudge towards the Japanese. More than half a century later, as the wounds of the past continue to fester, Nai Nai is forced to confront this hatred when her granddaughter, Mei, brings home her Japanese fiancé, Ken. Will Nai Nai learn to accept her granddaughter's love? Or will she be forever stuck in the past?
When Gramma gets sick, Roan must learn to survive on her own in a world with limited clean water.