The film Walking Distance (Distincias Cortas) is a modern day urban fairytale about Fede, a morbidly obese man whose weight makes it difficult for him to leave his house. Living a life of isolation, his only human connection comes through weekly visits by his overbearing sister and her long-suffering husband. After his brother in law shows Fede his vacation photos, Fede becomes inspired to leave his house and develop an old roll of film found in his house. Through this experience, Fede’s life becomes renewed, introducing friendship, discovery and joy into his life.
Release Years Archives: 2015
Chronicling the rise and influence of breakdancing and hip-hop culture across the globe, Shake The Dust tells the inspiring stories of the third-world communities that hip-hop has resonanted with the most, honoring the specific rituals of each culture as well as the passions that unite them.
In the Game is the story of strong young women and a dedicated coach who uses the game of soccer to teach his players how to face all that life will throw their way, without giving up, without complaints, with grace and with resilience.
Beth, an Evanston high school senior, has a bright future ahead. As she prepares to go to college, Beth must decide if she will stay near home and remain dedicated to caring for her bipolar mother or follow her own path. Emotionally raw and bracingly honest, this coming of-age drama balances the pull of familial obligations against personal aspirations.
The Closer We Get is an autobiographical portrait of loyalty, broken dreams, and redemption told from the perspective of director Karen Guthrie in this affecting and resonating look at post-colonialism and the complicated bonds of