Arafat has sex on the brain, but his Palestinian parents see marriage in his future. When a friend proposes a Green Card wedding so an Israeli girl can stay in the U.S., a global conflict finds its way to the living room - and the bedroom.
Two strangers brush hands on a crowded Chicago El Train. A week later, without having exchanged a word, they move in together. They fabricate a rich history of their love. When reality tests their lies, they must decide whether their love is true.
When a car crash leaves Frannie immobilized, she is brushed off by everyone she can count on. With nowhere else to turn, Frannie reluctantly calls her ex, Devon, for help. It isn't long before old wounds emerge and are made worse when Devon's crazy new girlfriend shows up. 2014 Phase 4 Films (USA), LLC. All Rights Reserved. Phase 4 Films, the Phase 4 Films logo and all related titles, logos and indicia are trademarks of Phase 4 Films Inc. All Rights Reserved. Distributed exclusively in the United States by Phase 4 Films (USA), LLC. / 460 Greenway Industrial Drive, Suite A, Fort Mill, SC 29708 / 1.866.495.3650 / www.phase4films.com
As Maya's wedding approaches, she finds herself confronting her family's turbulent past. From award-winning filmmaker Cherien Dabis who made AMREEKA (2009) which world-premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and won the prestigious FIPRESCI award in the Director's Fortnight at Cannes.
After the death of their mother, three foster sisters - the shrewd business woman, the free spirit, and the caregiver - find themselves fighting for their individual dreams and fighting each other in this tale of love, lust, and tragedy.
Tired of being invisible in a bland marriage, Emma moves in with her son Elliot, in his downtown LA loft. Elliot is a chef at a lackluster Chinese restaurant facing foreclosure. Also he’s gay – and Emma’s distaste and denial over this has made strangers of mother and son. But the two need each other now more than ever, and as Emma indulges herself with the encouragement of a saucy new friend, and Elliot confronts his fears of intimacy, the pair find ways to communicate with food where words fail. This auspicious directorial debut from David Au offers a fresh take on life, love, and food in the heart of Los Angeles through a deliciously emotional and redemptive story supported by an earnest cast led by Sharon Omi, Teddy Chen Culver, Nicole Sullivan (MADtv), and a surprise moment with George Takei.