As if their pre-arranged date, organized by their traditional Indian parents, wasn’t uncomfortable enough, Ravi and Rita are forced to shelter in place together as COVID’s reach intensifies. Hopefully for their sake, opposites do indeed attract.
The ambitious students of the TM Landry Prep School enjoyed a remarkable 100% acceptance rate into the country’s most elite colleges until an explosive NY Times article exposed the controversial teaching methods of its dynamic founder.
Told entirely through video calls and digital diaries, Naomi (Taylor Garron who also writes and co-directs) navigates a problematic roommate and a burgeoning romance all while locked down during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Building a Bridge profiles Father James Martin, an outspoken New York-based priest and author who works to connect the Catholic Church with the LGBTQ+ community through compassion, inclusion, love, and acceptance.
After putting it off for twenty years, filmmaker Sol Guy finally confronts the six tapes his father recorded before dying. Using those tapes as a framework, he recounts his family’s story—and his own—for his two teenage kids.
Bunny, a woman at the outskirts of society, fights to be reunited with her children. When her teenage niece needs help, Bunny takes her under her wing, and together, they make a stand against the cards they’ve been dealt.
After the death of her husband, a grieving elderly woman is enlisted by a coterie of gossipy elderly women in her neighborhood to plan and create custom funerals - offering seniors a chance to plan in advance how they want their funerals to be pre...
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