A Toronto saxophonist refuses to play after recent tragedy. Severing ties with his former bandmates, Dezi (Thomas Antony Olajide) is plagued by increasing jaw pain and haunting memories of his former lover – a fiery singer named Selma (Emma Ferreira).
A few weeks ago I saw the movie Dream Horse, a great movie that deals with, among other things, sports betting in the world of horse racing. This film, which offers a classic story of triumph over adversity, made me want to see if I had ever liked other movies…
After a year of combating a pandemic with relatively benign symptoms, a frustrated nation finally lets its guard down. The virus spontaneously mutates, giving rise to a mind-altering plague. The streets erupt into violence and depravity, as those infected are driven to enact the most cruel and ghastly things they can think of. Murder, torture, rape and mutilation are only the beginning.
“I’m trapped in an elevator. Please help me.” Aria (Charlotte Best) wakes up trapped in an elevator of a high-rise building, at the mercy of her tormentors, without any form of escape. Locked in the belly of the beast, she is forced to adapt her thinking, her beliefs and her…
The Movies explores American cinema through the decades and the cultural, societal and political shifts that framed its evolution. Combining archival footage and interviews with leading actors, directors, producers, critics and historians, the series showcases the most pivotal moments in film that have stirred the imagination and influenced our culture.
After 15 years in prison, Wayland (Pablo Schreiber) reunites with his high school girlfriend, Dolores (Jena Malone), who is now a single mother of three. What follows is a lyrical take on love, regret and second chances.
“This morning I woke up with a feeling of oppression. With the feeling that everything was larger than life around me. That I was little. Very small… and alone. Isolated… ”. It is with this singular narration of the main character that begins this short film from a web series of 8 micro-episodes, and produced in the form of a video diary. The main character, lost in a hostile, unknown but strangely familiar universe, reveals his observations following a forced landing.
Two twelve-year-old boys grow up together in a remote village – until a single photo changes their lives forever: Solomon heads for Addis Ababa to become a photographer. Abdi remains at home and trains to fulfil his dream of matching the sport successes of Haile Gebrselassie. Ten years later, Abdi is nominated for the Ethiopian National Running Team and moves to Addis Ababa.