On the day of her big Midwestern wedding, Millie, a persnickety bride, jilts her fiance at the altar with the help of her spunky younger sister, Emma, and embarks on a life-changing adventure. Starring and produced by Shelley Long, and first feature from writer and director Morgan Dameron, DIFFERENT FLOWERS is a love letter to the heartland. Filmed entirely on location in Dameron’s hometown of Kansas City, DIFFERENT FLOWERS is about learning to follow your heart.
Written by Julie Rudd, with Bridget Everett as Melanie, Molly Shannon as Jamie, Katie Aselton as Emily, and Toni Collette as Kate in the comedy FUN MOM DINNER a Momentum Pictures release. Photo courtesy of Momentum Pictures.
Based on the novel THE SCENT OF RAIN & LIGHTNING by Nancy Pickard. When Jody Linder (Maika Monroe) learns her parents’ killer has been released from jail, she is forced to revisit old wounds while discovering the destructive power of hate and the true cost of family secrets fully revealing themselves.
PATTI CAKE$ is centered on aspiring rapper Patricia Dombrowski, a.k.a. Killa P, a.k.a. Patti Cake$ who is fighting an unlikely quest for glory in her downtrodden hometown in New Jersey.
On the 7th date, Tara and Shawn find that their relationship is going nowhere. So they decide to come to terms with it and spend their last night together being their true selves and sharing what each of them really wants from another person. But as the evening unravels and things begin spiraling out of control, the two begin to realize that their ideal selves may not be who they imagined.
THE OTHER KIDS – A raw, intimate look into the struggles of six small-town teens on the verge of high school graduation, THE OTHER KIDS is a groundbreaking hybrid of fiction & non-fiction in which real teenagers collaborated with director Chris Brown to tell their own gripping, personal stories.
When the body of a drifter is discovered the same day a photographer arrives in a small farming community, the local sheriff is left to piece together a string of events that don’t quite add up.
SHE’S SEXY, SMART, SUCCESSFUL… AND STILL SINGLE Self-made career woman Vanessa A. Price can do bad all by herself. She’s got her own house, car, high paying job and a degree from Stanford. The only thing missing from her successful life is a good man.
A story of a young girl who lives in the Swiss Alps with her goat herding Grandfather.
In Casablanca in December 1941, a cynical American expatriate encounters a former lover, with unforeseen complications.
When his sister is strangled by her jealous boyfriend, Jeremy expects swift justice to follow. But the killer’s father is a corrupt policeman who rigs the murder trial. The son walks free, but days later his body is found on a dark street … and Jeremy is running for his life.
Aram, the Iranian Armenian youth who has immigrated to the US in childhood returns to Armenia for the first time to propose to an Armenian girlfriend Aram met and lived with in the US. Aram sees many cultural, religious, and national differences on the one day trip, but harder obstacles are ahead.
A link is wrongly made between the secret birth of a stillborn baby and the brutal murder of another, found 50 miles away.
At a time where online dating could prove fatal, Jack and Kristy decide they’re ready meet in person. Aiming for an adventurous first date, they plan a weekend getaway to the woodlands of rural Missouri. While discovering each other, they soon learn of the terrorizing horrors that the forest has in store.
Pwn3d is a movie about Joe, an Asian American boy, his friend, Bo, and their clumsy adventure with a verbally abusive goldfish. Joe is having a hard time beating a video game while also not winning at life.
A psychologist engages a young genius in a dangerous battle of wits — unaware of the supernatural power the girl possesses, or that her life hangs in the balance.
Neglected by her family, Fall, an eclectic elder with good intentions but extreme measures, finds little companionship in our hyper-busy world. When she comes across Adam, a young street musician selling his keyboard, she buys it on a whim under the pretense of wanting to learn piano. Suspicious and wary, Adam agrees to teach her and quickly finds himself captured in an unsteady home with one feisty lady.
Asia Bradford was adopted from Korea, but she doesn’t speak Korean. She apparently doesn’t speak New York either, because everyone seems to think she’s from somewhere else. “I get it .. I’m Yellow!” she angrily writes on her blog, “stop asking me where I’m from!” It’s bad enough that everyone in New York thinks she’s not American, but to top it all off, her “culturally sensitive” white parents decided to dress up in Korean hanboks for the Christmas card this year! Seriously! So, where does she actually fit in, if she doesn’t belong in New York or her so-called “homeland?”
Inspired by an actual friendship between the director’s mother and his mother’s best friend, ‘The Tree’ is a poignant, heart-warming story about an 88 year-old widow (Dorothy Thorp) who takes a road trip from Wamego, Kansas, back to Terre Haute, Indiana, to visit her oldest and dearest childhood friend.
This un-abridged fresh take on William Shakespeare’s riotous comedy “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is a tale of wonder, magic, love, and mayhem. It follows the lovers Lysander and Hermia, as they escape to the woods to thwart the wishes of Hermia’s father. Unbeknownst to them, they are followed by Lysander’s rival, Demetrius, who is in turn followed by the infatuated Helena. They then cross paths with the fairy King Oberon and his mischievous servant Puck. Wishing to help them, Oberon dispatches Puck with a love potion. But things do not go as planned, and hilarity ensues. Also there’s a donkey.