The plot revolves around a group of young people that take a trip to the ruins in order to film a documentary about Epecuen. Ignoring the warnings, and after a brief tour, they get stranded... See full summary »
In a posh community by the sea, Bay City's rich and famous indulge their lifestyles w/ forbidden love, taboo sex, malicious lies and never-ending scandal. A multiple Emmy® winning drama, produced, directed and created by Gregori J. Martin.
Mary Beth Evans,
A young charismatic preacher and his hot Latina girlfriend travel Route 66 scamming the small churches along the way only to find that the bogus healing powers he portrays become real. The healing powers serve as a blessing and a curse.
1967, the height of the Cold War. Prime Minister Holt is embroiled in a power struggle when his spymaster discovers Red sympathizers embedded within his administration. An Anthology series exploring subjective truth.
Jules and Louis, hustlers and jazz musicians struggle to create a hit when a black-Hispanic escort named Ruby interrupts their lives distracting their music and causing Louis to fight his friend's debts away.
The Texture of Falling is unlike any film that you've ever seen. Melodramatic satire meets arthouse realism, it's a film that transcends genre and defies classification. It follows Louisa (... See full summary »
Banneker is a desperate man. His two jobs aren't bringing in enough money to help pay for his Aunt's cancer treatments and the bills are piling up. With no other options available, Banneker... See full summary »
Marcus D. Spencer
Marcus D. Spencer,
Derek W. Adam
On July 4th, 2016 hackers raided government networks and stumbled across a litany of unsolved cases the county refuses to recognize. The hacked footage shows Thomas and Alex as they attempt to help a young boy struggling to fit in.
A gritty urban thriller inspired by real events, Adios Vaya Con Dios is the authentic story of two friends within the world of Chicago's Latino street gangs. A day of reckoning approaches for Rory, a rising Irish-Mexican street lieutenant for the Olmecs, when his trusted life-long friend Eloy, just released from prison, dives right back into the chaotic crucible of violence and retribution that engulfs their neighborhood. Their friendship and loyalty to each other is tested to the limit.Written by
Ave Fenix Pictures
We trail lead nominated actor and writer Zachary Laoutides, Rory King, over his journey to bounce town only to have his friend Eloy get released from prison, flinging his strategies of getaway to the wind. Zachary Laoutides gives a nearly silent performance at times; we see his distress walking through the dangerous streets concluded by his despondent face. I speculated why his performance was reserved, but it makes sense, as urban cities tend to become the recluse havens where gangs become ones voice. Rory King being half Mexican with an Irish last name adds to his trauma.
Marius Iliescu playing the Olmec gang leader Tiger as well as his young brother, Bones, played my Emmanuel Isaac show the insanity of gang allegiances. Something Rory King is trying to escape. The movie is shot artistically, from Timothy J. Aguado's swapping from black and white, to his raw shots of Rory's burning off his tattoos. The film impressions are dated belonging in the late 70's or early 80's, a foreign grouping with Spanish narration throughout the movie. To his acclaim Zachary Laoutides' writing keeps a rapidity that never gets dull moving us artistically from one scene to the next by way of music video mixtures, to serious situations with very serious repercussions.
The film seems to hint another chapter, which may be the methodology of what Zachary Laoutides is trying to achieve, the survival rate for the main characters appear at good odds, their larger then life one-liners and intricate development look like they can stick around for yet another phase.
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