What does it truly feel like to be lonely? A boy ravished, worn and depleted encounters a journey in his mind. Through a combination of pharmaceuticals and alcohol, Jay walks through the lost memories of true love. Tonight, he will walk in the wilting greenhouse that was the backdrop to his summer romance, he'll watch the water run beneath the blue bridge and he'll meet his familiar resident ghost. In a film that combines imagery, poetry and the reality of loss; caught in a Landslide takes the viewer from the beauty of 'England's garden' to the darkness of a broken mind that so many have endured. Based on the book 'A Vision of Life' by Jay Proctor; LGBT actor and director Wade Radford returns, in an arthouse collaboration with Wesley Strong. Sometimes dreams can be turned upside down, and sometimes a vision of life is just that - a vision.
Children who play constantly with their phones now seem to have forgotten to play on the street. At the insistence of new friends, children decide to play in the park again to end this course. But there is a problem: Bad Kazim sitting in the house next to the park. What is the secret of the evil Kazim who scares everyone who comes to the park? Will the children be able to take the park back from Kazim?
When a boy named Ben (Ben Hessler) with some serious issues shows up to terrorize Seb Cutter (Seb Brady) all hell breaks loose and Seb has no choice but to team up with his friend and neighbor Ethan (Ethan Groeiner) to help him get rid of the evil within Ben.
Hugo Llor, a 12-year-old boy who spends most of his time on the streets. His day is also spent in the shipyards and his dream is to become a shipbuilding craftsman, although his fate is uncertain. Hugo's life is not easy, he is a very lonely boy and his mother is forced to move away from him, but he has the support and protection of a respected old man: Arnau Estanyol.
Mike, a young hired hand in California is working a small farm with a close friend, Dan. Mike is content on the farm and obviously attracted to the handsome Dan. Dan seems to be attracted to Mike as well but is a drifter and not happy as a farmer. He longs to finish out the contract and move on to a big city, perhaps with Mike. Gary, a boy from the next farm over, befriends them during their daily chores. Gary lives with his abusive father, a stepmother and a stepbrother. Gary is drawn to the camaraderie of the young farmhands in part to avoid his problems at home. When an innocent session of skinny-dipping is misconstrued by the boy's father, the young hired hands soon find themselves unjustly suspected of wrongdoing in a suddenly hostile small town.
We follow eleven children from around the globe, as they travel to the UK to form a football team that will play a match against one of the best junior clubs in the world. By observing them during their training sessions, mentored by some of the best football players in the game, we will see how the universal language of this sport can break down communication barriers and unite those who are seemingly so different. With their UK stay and training as a framework, we throughout the film dive into their individual and unique stories at home. From the peacefully cosmopolitan streets of Copenhagen to the World Cup crazed favelas of Rio or the remote aboriginal community of Robinson River, we will follow these children for one day, observing how their environment and family structure have shaped their character. A classic nurture versus nature; if we all start out as blank canvases, how deeply different can we be shaped in eleven years? And can these children overcome their differences and work together as a team when faced with the challenge of a nearly impossible match?
Los Internationals is a more serious Latino take on the Expendables and the A-Team, that features a team of all-Spanish-speaking characters who represent different parts of South America and the Caribbean. The fun-filled film with a heart also takes a closer look at real violence in society and its glorification in video games, comparing the two to show the vast contrast and its true impact on children.
Widowed factory hand Len Spud becomes a billionaire after inventing a new kind of toilet roll, Bumfresh, buying a palatial mansion, complete with staff and celebrity butler Warwick Davis, for himself and twelve-year old son Joe. Joe feels alienated by the new life-style, trying to fit in at the local school by keeping his wealth a secret and wary of Len's gold-digging new girlfriend Sapphire Diamond. Unfortunately Len reveals Joe's identity and he is surrounded by greedy new 'friends', with his one true friend Bob feeling betrayed and refusing to take his money. Consequently Joe decides to use his money to do good but then something happens to provide Len with a wake-up call to make things better between him and his son.
An ordinary young boy called Nikolas sets out on an extraordinary adventure into the snowy north in search of his father who is on a quest to discover the fabled village of the elves, Elfhelm. Taking with him a headstrong reindeer called Blitzen and a loyal pet mouse, Nikolas soon meets his destiny in this magical, comic and endearing story that proves nothing is impossible.