America: The Motion Picture

A chainsaw-wielding George Washington teams with beer-loving bro Sam Adams to take down the Brits in a tongue-in-cheek riff on the American Revolution.

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Ferguson Rises

Before George Floyd, before Breonna Taylor, before America knew about Black Lives Matter, there was Michael Brown, Jr. On August 9th, 2014, in Ferguson Missouri, Darren Wilson, a white officer, fatally shot an unarmed Brown, and in the days that followed protest, anger, frustration and fear took over the city and it’s community. Six years later, a new story emerges, one filled with hope, love and beauty. Through interviews from community members, including Dorian Johnson, who was with him that day, and Michael Brown’s father, this documentary illuminates the stories from within the city since that time, including the dreams and desires of its citizens to move beyond the limited and all-too-common narratives of racism and division in the media. The film reveals the humanity within the people of Ferguson, who represent all of us, and the communities in which we live.

Headspace: Unwind Your Mind

Do you want to relax, meditate or sleep deeply? Personalize the experience according to your mood or mindset with this Headspace interactive special.

Just Another Dream

When a fateful injury sparks an ordinary girl to have foretelling dreams, she is forced into a race against time to save her family and prove her sanity....or is it JUST ANOTHER DREAM?

John in the Woods

John goes to the woods to deal with his thoughts. But maybe his thoughts are dealing with him.

Lairs

Lairs, layers, liars: In this poetry film, hatred insidiously supplants a couple's love.

Lokillo

A controversial TV host and comedian who has built his career on sexist humor is forced to assume a woman's identity to elude a relentless drug dealer.

Magnolia Bloom

In 1950s Las Vegas, a black singer (Lex Scott Davis) is on the verge of her big break, but she risks it all when she learns her audience won't be integrated.

Origami

Japan. A man loses his wife and in his sorrow, he dives into origami - his deceased wife’s passion - trying to find comfort in the paper world he’s creating

Our Own Land

Summer is ending, it's time for silaging in the peaceful Breton countryside. While farmers are harvesting the corn, two brothers, aged 8 and 12, are alone in their big house. Left to their own devices, they are masters of a vast kingdom and feel free to do whatever they want. They only forbid themselves to go upstairs in the house.