“American Relapse”

March 29, 2019 § Leave a comment

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Follow two recovering heroin addicts, Frankie and Allie, as they try to help other drug addicts by placing them in REPUTABLE treatment facilities in Florida. Shot over a 72 hour time frame, the film demonstrates the battles users face, the recovery process, and why they find it so hard to break the 360 degree cycle, often relapsing.

Opens at Cinema Village in NYC and the Laemmle Monica Film Center in LA on March 29,, 2019.

Available on iTunes, Google Play, Vimeo, and Amazon (VOD), beginning on April 2, 2019.

 

 

“Tigerland”

March 26, 2019 § Leave a comment

In 1900, there were 100,000 tigers living in the wild.  Today, there are less than 4,000.  Observe experts as they risk their lives in order to protect and save these endangered animals from poachers and extinction in the South and Far Eastern parts of the world. “Tigerland” takes you into Bikin National Park (The Russian Amazon), Kanha National Park (India), and the Siberian Taiga, to demonstrate how these holy symbols of power act in their natural habitats, explain the reasons why they are being threatened, laws and wildlife protection acts that have been enforced, and discuss the different types of tigers and how many there are left.

Opens this Friday, March 29, 2019 in NYC at Cinema Village and March 22, 2019 in Los Angeles, at the Monica Center. Also available on Discovery Go.

 

“For Sama” Winner of the Documentary Feature at SXSW

March 14, 2019 § Leave a comment

Waad is a young mother and journalist married to a doctor named Hamza.  Hamza runs a hospital in war-torn Aleppo during the height of the siege in 2016.  Eight out of the nine hospitals in the area have been destroyed, while miraculously, his remains functioning.  The film documents the time leading up to the siege, the devastation, the day to day occurrences within the hospital, Waad and Hamza’s wedding, the delivery of their first daughter, Sama, and the relationships with their friends and family.  Sama spends the first year of her life living in the hospital that her father works in.  Their family exemplifies pride, bravery, and passion in their fight to save lives and educate the masses, all in the name of justice, freedom, Aleppo, Syria, friends who passed,  families in exile, the children, and, of course, “For Sama.”  Intense.

 

 

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The 18th Annual Tribeca Film Festival April 24 – May 5, 2019!

March 12, 2019 § Leave a comment

The 18th annual Tribeca Film Festival shorts competition exemplifies racial and gender equality. With 63 diverse short films from 19 countries, 45 percent of the films are directed by women.   The Tribeca Film Festival 2019!    Tribecafilm.com

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