A drag racer's life is turned upside-down after a near fatal car crash, leaving him paraplegic. Joseph Jenkins (Michael Rosander), thinks his life is over, but while in the hospital, he meets Elijah Salisbury (Gregory Alan Williams), who gives him a new perspective on life and helps get him back to living. When Jason returns home, an old friend of his father's, Paul Sharpe (John Schneider) steps in and helps him back into a race car, and teaches him how to race all over again.
Deaf and mute since having his hearing knocked out at the age of 12, Asher has been training for almost two decades to avenge himself on Ivan, the man who killed his older brother 21 years ago. But Asher’s target also happens to be his father.
Torn apart by the loss of her mother, young Amanda spends time at a ranch owned by a business tycoon. When his spoiled daughter rejects their new horse, Amanda proves that Misty is a true champion and restores her own happiness in the process.
Living as large as any 20-year-old could dream, Caden Welles's (Cody Longo) expectations of a never-ending party in India crash hard—but not as hard as his conscience when he refuses to help a starving man and his little girl. Attempting to right his wrong, Caden's eyes are forced open to a world few Americans know exists: the thriving human-trafficking trade. Spurred by a true purpose, an unexpected friendship and the prayers of his mother and girlfriend, Caden leads an unlikely search for the girl.
Twenty-something Denim decides to move to Seattle to get a fresh start on life. Upon arriving, he meets Meghan who is looking for a relationship and Nikki a gay singer-songwriter struggling to get over a broken heart. Things become complicated once he falls in love with Nikki and ultimately redefines their understanding of sexuality, modern relationships, and life itself.
Best friends LC (Isaiah Washington) and Roland (Lamman Rucker) are two young ministers, climbing the ranks at the First Baptist Church under the leadership of Pastor Dr. Ezekial Canon (Bill Cobbs). Both have dreams of taking over the church, but when the aging pastor stubbornly refuses to step down, the two ministers make pivotal decisions that ultimately fray the fabric of their deeply-woven friendship.
NEW LIFE is a film about hope. Benjamin Morton's life changed forever the day he met the little girl next door. Ava was and always would be the girl of his dreams. From the innocence of a childhood friendship, through adolescent attraction, their love strengthens and grows. When life takes a turn neither of them expected, their entire future is called into question.
An entitled young man with wanderlust must prove himself worthy of a new stipulation in his grandmother's will after her passing. The question before the law firm responsible for its execution is which will come first: the demise of the estate, or the realization of the heir that dealing with the past is the only path to true freedom?
Winner of twelve awards, including Best UK Feature at the 2015 London Independent Film Festival, this compelling British drama is a provocative exploration of a family torn apart by secrets. Party-girl Nora drinks too much, can't hold down a job and pushes away everyone she loves. After her long-suffering boyfriend throws her out, Nora is forced to return home to live with her aging father. Once inside her childhood home, the ghosts of her past begin to haunt her until the secret she has buried for so long is finally revealed. Centered around a terrible mistake and a shocking confession, Solitary takes an unflinching look at the price one family pays when they sacrifice the truth for an illusion.
Nima Babineaux (Tatyana Ali) looks like a woman who has it all – she is an accomplished pianist who runs her own music school and is engaged to a successful man who adores her. But, in truth, she has never recovered from her alcoholic father, Othell (Charles S. Dutton), walking out on their family and it has made it hard for her to truly trust anyone. When Othell decides it is time to make amends and reenters her life, Nima begins an eye-opening journey she could have never expected.
A thirty-something disillusioned architect struggling to save his failing marriage, SID SHARMA (Sendhil Ramamurthy) stumbles through his days on a self-destructive path while holding his wife’s beloved cat hostage. Meanwhile ASHOK (Roshan Seth), Sid’s estranged and widowed father living in Boston, decides to make a last-minute trip to LA for an academic conference. When Ashok arrives at Sidʼs doorstep unannounced, the two men begin a journey to mend their relationship until Sid discovers the true purpose behind his father’s visit – to see HELEN (Mary Steenburgen), a woman he had an affair with years ago. BRAHMIN BULLS is a heartfelt and humorous look at the ever-evolving relationship between a father and son, the women in their lives, and the powerful secrets they keep.
Trey Cole, now a famous singer, returns to his hometown to find Charlie Shuffelton, a small town barber who acted as a father to Trey when he was a young boy. Though Trey finds that Charlie has died, he is haunted by memories of Charlie which seem to be encouraging him to face his past and make peace with his estranged family. Stars Danny Glover, Austin Stowell and Kayla Ewell.