Films

DOG POWER

Directors:  Kale Casey, Jordan Schevene

Screenwriter:  Cally Carswell

Genre:  Documentry

 

It's a passion shared. Dozens of dog breeds, men, women, young, old, world-class athletes from all nationalities and athletes with disabilities are taking to the world's landscapes and shattering the horizon. This is the first film in a series that will take you to the frontier of sled dog sports and give you an introduction to the world's fastest sprint sled dogs, their human teammates, and the incredible variety of dog-powered sports they are involved in. You will meet a diverse group of dogs and humans who share the common passion of living, working, and playing together in the ultimate manifestation of the human-animal bond. Tens of thousands of mushers from over one hundred countries participate year round in canicross, scooterjoring, bikejoring, cart racing, skijoring, sprint and distance sled racing. From Budapest, Hungary to Adelaide, South Australia to Bogota, Columbia, dog lovers have formed clubs and are posting exciting pictures and stories about their dog-powered events

Darkness in Tenement 45

Director:  Nicole Groton

Screenwriter:  Nicole Groton

Genre:  Drama, Horror

 

Sixteen-year-old Joanna has been living with her overbearing Aunt Martha in a low-income NYC tenement building ever since a violent outburst left her fighting a feeling she can only describe as the "darkness." Little did she know that weeks after moving in, a biological threat from the Soviet Union would leave the building boarded up and the tenants locked inside. It's been one month since they were first sequestered. With food dwindling and Martha's controversial role as leader expanding, Joanna realizes that she must face both her darkness and her aunt in order to save the tenants. But can she take on the leadership without letting the darkness take over her entirely?

  FORTRESS HOME

Director:  Travis Armstrong

Screenwriter:  Travis Armstrong

Genre:  Family

 

A bomber crew returns home to the US following the end of hostilities in Europe in 1945. The story focuses on the bombardier... and navigator on their final flight together, the navigator finally reveals why his adopted cat is coming home with him on the plane. For these men, going home is the hardest part of the war.

THE PERFECT MAN

Director:  Mark Rosman

Screenwriter:  Gina Wendkos

Genre:  Romantic Comedy

 

Every time Jean (Heather Locklear) goes through a bad breakup, she moves her two daughters elsewhere. Determined to make a home in New York, their latest destination, eldest daughter Holly (Hilary Duff) creates a fake online secret admirer for her mother, based on her friend's uncle. But as the "romance" develops, Holly encounters obstacles as her mom falls for the lie. Meanwhile, Holly has found her own love interest this time around in her cute classmate Adam (Ben Feldman).

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