Summary – Short and Sweet and thoughtful, a son goes to visit his divorcee estranged alcoholic father with a wedding invite for him too his wedding.
A father and Son share an awkward moment in a public rest room.
A mother coping with her young son being taken away by a military system. Her helplessness to prevent the cruel and inhumane treatment she knows he is experiencing is more than any mother can bear.
A paralyzed mother, Sushma and her young son, Rajiv, are learning to adjust with their new life. A recent accident has left their lives scarred forever. Sushma’s only hope is a pigeon, which she found in her house, the same day when her husband died.
Two business execs struggle with their family life when their 9 year old son critically wounds the monster under his bed. Julie returns home from a business trip to find utter chaos. Her day drinking workaholic husband has turned their living room into an office, a strange old man is[…]
Following the death of his mother, a son must help his father close the book on a unresolved issue.
A father and son live in an idyllic future, but reality is not quite what it seems. The Nostalgist a marvelous science-fiction short film created by Giacomo Cimini and based on a story by NY Times best-selling author Daniel H. Wilson. In the futuristic city of Vanille, with properly tuned[…]
A film about two heart-broken parents. This documentary follows Ron and Sue Witman, fifteen years after their lives were turned upside down. Dramatic events can happen anywhere at any unsuspecting moment, which can leave a family in a complete life-altering tumult within minutes. In this new era of obsession with[…]
Miranda is diagnosed with ALS. Her sons, Ben and Justin, are forced to grow up to manage their new circumstances. aslifeshifts.com facebook.com/Remi-Sparks-Productions
A sheltered kid cons his way into a sick day. Left alone for the first time, he stumbles upon a sinister family secret. As kids we always hoped to find secret compartments and doors hidden in our parent’s house, but did we ever think of what might be inside?[…]