A Dance Dance Revolution
by Tony Wei
A delinquent boy stumbles across a tango bar in Taiwan that ignites his passion for dance. But when his lawless ways catch up with him, he is sent to America to avoid juvenile prison and must now learn to live with strangers – his parents.
Phone 917 476 1009
by Christian Magalhaes and Robert Snow
A wannabe hustler tells the wrong lie about the neighborhood's most-desired girl accidentally unleashing the wrath of Brooklyn's criminal underworld.
Phone 631-355-6018 & 610-457-6574
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by Carys Edwards
Marianne, a factory-worker with an explosive temper, spends her nights boxing in the decrepit fight-clubs of Northern England. She is strictly warm-up, a novelty act before the main event until…she finally gets a headlining fight. But Marianne soon discovers that the fight is fixed. Will she take the dive or will she fight to win for once?
by Corinne Kelly
Skinny jeans, Vans, and skateboards are fine when you're 16, but 30... not so much. Donny Gotgart, high school guidance counselor by day, manager of the almost successful indie rock band, Sylvia's Oven by night. Donny's got a handle on everyone's life but his own.
by Nicole Brending
When a recluse taxidermist kills a nine-year-old girl's abusive father, and kidnaps her, he is forced to navigate the unwieldy world of families, fatherhood and little girls - despite his desire to hunt, kill and preserve.
30 Rock "Seeing is Believing"
by Val Sherman
Jack is certain he has seen a UFO and must go on the air to alert the country, forcing the staff to try and prevent him. When Liz reconnects with her secret college heartthrob, she convinces herself that they are engaged, while Tracy refuses to be seen in public with his fan club, a group of feisty senior citizens.
by Enrica Pérez & Matias Vega
Three unconnected regions, three introverted women, three stories conditioned by the different geographies, societies and climates of the same fragmented country: PERU. Eva, a 12-year-old girl, wakes up to her sexuality in the middle of the Amazonian jungle. Victoria, a high-society 40-year-old woman, escapes the life of perfection she has in Lima. Zoraida, a 65-year-old lady falls in love for the first time of her hard life in the Andes. Three stories of discovery separated by space, time and reality but united by the need to communicate the world, hidden and silent, that each of these women carry inside.
Glass Factory Tours
by Bo Bishop
After being expelled from his prestigious study abroad program, 23-year-old ambition junkie Teller Glass returns home to pen the Great American Novel. When he meets free-spirited Sylvia Sommers, however, Teller's starving-artist nihilism smashes into a brick wall of old-fashioned romance. Now, he must choose between the literary success he's always wanted, and the budding connection he never knew he needed.
by Juliet Lashinsky-Revene
Middle-aged Vivian has wasted her life as a ghostwriter for her husband, Max.
When an unexpected visit from her stepson rouses unexpected feelings, Vivian decides she's ready to step out of Max's shadow.
by Jacob Kader
Tarik has few options to support his wife and son as the political, social, and economic conditions worsen in Palestine, so he returns to the sport that he quit as a young man: boxing. Forced into an uncertain future for his family Tarik must decide whether to stay in Palestine amidst the conflict or pursue his boxing dreams abroad and risk never seeing home again.
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Stand By Your Man
by Allison Cook
When Jeannie's husband Floyd decides to sell their hardware store and
take her on the road in a Winnebago, she must fight to keep the life
she's built... or let it all fall apart.
by Rosario A. Vaina
In an animated world where flowers walk and talk when humans aren't looking, a young blossom named Phoebe sets out to save her greenhouse and beloved human caretaker from an evil Weed invasion.