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.
Akzhol – just a graduate of the orphanage, he is convinced that his father is alive and begins his search. He moves from these walls and begins his new and independent life. Having met their neighbor Dimash, they begin to earn a living by robberies and burglaries. During one of the meetings with his relative, he learns about the existence of his sibling brother, a person from a completely different social layer. Having met him, they begin to search for his father
A man tortured by the demons of his mind finds peace through acceptance and self love.
Set in Singapore, a young teacher presses for the truth from a maladjusted student, the act leads to devastating results and they suffer the ignominy of losing everything that matters to them. The story holds a mirror up to society, where a mistake can derail a life in an overly pressurized world.
A Realm of Return: Logline, Synopsis, & Director's Statement
The trauma of war spares no one.
The death of a Vietnamese immigrant reopens long-hidden wounds. The battle for control of his legacy pits his widow against his mother and his former lover.
Saigon, the capital of South Vietnam, fell to the Communist forces of the North on April 30, 1975. The new regime was harsh and repressive: supporters of the former government were stripped of their homes
A young woman in isolation is conflicted between her religion and her values when a man who has been stabbed falls at her door.