directed by Kelly Walker and Ryan Garcia The Brownlist: one girl’s journey to becoming diverse…enough The Brownlist is a comedic satire about race and how the entertainment industry views “diversity”. It’s the story of a girl blessed with two races but seemingly not enough of either to fit in. Creator’s[…]
When a nomadic alien race blots out the sun, an anguished young teacher tries to hold on to her humanity in a withering world.
A lively and diverse group of people candidly discuss their own emoji usage and their feelings about other people’s emoji usage. Through the process, we learn both how serious and also how fun emojis can be and what our own emoji choices might say about us. Director’s Statement The goal[…]
From the transatlantic slave trade in the 16th century to the conquest and subjugation of indigenous people in the 19th century to current race riots in major urban cities, the ideological pattern of intolerance, bigotry and prejudice has been omnipresent throughout history. This film depicts the representation of what initially[…]
During a race riot in Beaumont, Texas in June 1943, Officer Miller Harvey, a white police officer is determined to protect and serve his city and his family. Black business owner Carver Jefferson is hell bent on taking his family far away from the city as racial hostility has led[…]
The first contact brought a peaceful treaty, but over time we discovered them to be a ruthless and violent race. ….They had no name given to them by god…..we called them…….hunters.
In a dystopian future, a race of mutants have almost been wiped out. Their fate lies with a young girl named Hope and her protector Cable, and they battle forces that want to end the mutant race for good!
A Muslim American teenager struggles to reconcile desire with family obligations. Striking the chords of taboo storytelling, ‘Hala’ is an inspiring story about a sixteen-year old Muslim teenager with a rich and complex inner world, which serves as an escape from her socially conservative home. When she meets Jesse, a[…]
Separated during childhood due to the color of their skin, two friends are reunited years later during the Baltimore City race riots of 1968.
Los Angeles, 1991. The streets are a hotbed of racial tension, ready to burst at any moment … We all remember the tension that surrounded the LA region back in the early 90s. Particularly fascinated by the events, filmmaker Miguel Olaso decided to plunge into the idea of creating a[…]