A documentary made over 12 years, showing the Rastafarian people who live in different regions of the world – Ethiopia, Jamaica, Belize, Los Angeles, and Japan – to show their unique way of life and thought.
Stories of 4 ex-cons.
The life and career of controversial F1 and political figure, Max Mosley.
Still Plays with Trains
Still Plays With Trains captures one man’s passion to share the joy of childhood. By recreating his 10th birthday with a 3000 square foot replica of the old Lackawanna Railroad in his basement, he gives us a nostalgic glimpse of what it was like growing up in the 1950’s.
A New Deal for Public Art in the Free State
A film that explores Kansas identity during the Great Depression and New Deal era through stories about conflicts over public art.
Ratsasan (The Demon)
Circumstances force Arun, to give up on his dream of becoming a filmmaker and to take up the job of a Sub Inspector after his father passes away.
Talking about a rude awakening, young Chinese girl Wen catches her girlfriend cheating the morning after a party. Wen goes home hoping to find peace of mind, but only to find more terrible news of family turmoil.
Take Me In Your Arms
Take Me In Your Arms is a tale about the spaces between our togetherness. It narrates a relationship gone sour through its most beautiful and fantasy-like memories, at times bordering between the real and the surreal, and immersing the viewer in an enchanting world of romance and heightened emotions.
Marco, a young director, decides to leave Italy to find work abroad.