In 1997 Andre Agassi was ranked 141st in the world, married to a celebrity and consumed with hate for the game that gave him everything. Hitting rock bottom, he embarks on a soul searching mission to slay the nightmare dragon of his youth and feel the power of true love on his way to the 1999 French Open and maybe the greatest comeback in sports history.
Set in a recording studio in the 1920’s, over the course of one afternoon, a group of musicians and the legendary blues singer Ma Rainey record several songs as they discuss the questions of prejudice and the problems facing black people in American society.
Loner Sam has traveled 2,000 miles to see the daughter he abandoned 30 years ago, and while staying in the coastal New England motel, connects with the former Boston attorney who now runs the place. But will he be able to change his wandering ways for these two relationships?
In the vein of THE FULL MONTY meets THE PEOPLE VS. LARRY FLYNT, DEEP SLEEP is the true story of how the upstanding citizens of Paterson, New Jersey came together in 1972 to help native son, Alfred Sole, make his feature directorial debut. Everyone in town, including a local lawyer, police officer, high school teacher, even the mayor’s wife and the director’s mother, pitched in to help. The film? An erotic epic titled DEEP SLEEP.
Jill, an ex-soldier with a troubled past, holds the key to a cure in the form of her own daughter after a sudden global event takes away humankind’s ability to sleep. The question is, can she safely deliver her daughter and save the world before she herself loses her mind?
The untold, inside story of immigration attorney Leon Wildes’ landmark ’70’s John Lennon-Yoko Ono deportation battle against Richard Nixon and the U.S. Government, using not only a groundbreaking defense, but along the way begins to uncover a government conspiracy and remarkable abuse of Presidential power.
Fledgling writer Samuel Liston is enlisted by Floyd Deveraux – the enigmatic, middle-aged father of two – to pen his biography. But the circumstances that lead up to this arrangement in the first place are quite astonishing, and efforts to write the biography are quickly stymied by ensuing chaos.
The untold true story of Bob Gimlin and Roger Patterson, two former rodeo cowboys who, in 1967, went on an expedition in the forests of Northern California and recorded the first ever motion picture footage of the creature known as Bigfoot. But as they attempted to cash in on their discovery, distrust, greed and rumors of a hoax threatened to tear everything apart. This is the story of America’s first viral film, which took Bigfoot from an obscure rural folklore to a popular household name.
Ripley (24), a bustling-with-enthusiasm and zest for life young woman who has cerebral palsy, has just one wish in mind for her birthday – to get laid. Her family doesn’t take her seriously at first, but once all kinds of colorful characters start lining up outside their house’ door looking for Ripley, the family must gather the minds to ultimately help Ripley get what she wants – or pay the price of Ripley’s hilarious reckoning. The story is based on true events.
True story of the all-black Twenty-Fourth United States Infantry Regiment, and the Houston Riot of 1917, which was a mutiny by 156 African American soldiers seeking retribution for the brutal violence and abuse at the hands of Houston police officers. The two-hour riot led to the largest murder trial in history.
Reeling from the sudden death of her mother, a young woman inherits her letters that reveal a fateful, secret love affair. When a journalist turns up on her doorstep to corroborate this affair with a photograph, together they connect the dots of this beautiful tale of lost love.