The ‘Silvi-Pastoril’ in the Ourobranco fazenda located in Mato Grosso do Sul (Brazil) is the largest plant of this kind in South America. This pioneering project allows for two fantastic results in the agro-food field: increasing grazing productivity, and at the same time a great environmental sustainability thanks to the capture of greenhouse gas emissions and their subsequent conversion into oxygen.
This film shows the positive effects that such a system could have on our environment and suggests a possible perspective on the future of food production.
Playing cards come to life and compete for the ACE. They quickly learn that the deck is stacked against them.
As Nazis separate children from their parents in the Warsaw Ghetto, a gang of women risks everything to smuggle their friend’s three-month-old baby to safety. Inspired by true events.
Leonardo, a New York Italian immigrant facing deportation fakes a marriage with Hispanic single mother Nikki to get American citizenship. Will they be able to trick the government?
At the far end of the Alaskan peninsula, for filmmaker Roman Droux a childhood dream comes true. He discovers together with the bear researcher David Bittner the universe of wild grizzlies.
Jennie Lonergan, a middle-aged NYC theatre actress, is forced to figure out the kind of person she wants to be when her seemingly perfect 15-year marriage comes to an end.
A doc short about a visionary idea to address the toxic legacy of Robert Moses in Southside Williamsburg.
A visual symphony of the mind in the abyss beyond our screens.
A young, visually impaired woman — accompanied only by her guide dog — sits in a café, reading a novel as she waits for the next bus. Suddenly, a pay phone begins to ring loudly outside. Led by her trusty friend, the young woman then experiences something that can only be described as magical.
CHUCK BERRY tells the story of the Granddaddy of Rock & Roll. In this highly anticipated feature-length documentary, the absolute instigator of Rock and Roll, Chuck Berry is truly revealed with exclusive access to his family, friends, famous fans and music icons he inspired.
When the seasons mysteriously reverse their order, an artist seeks to channel the energy to resurrect her dead husband.
A few residents in Anniston have decided to stay in this environmentally toxic town that could very much be the epicenter of a worldwide contamination.
When a young girl fails to dunk a clown at a county fair, her father steps up to avenge her loss. An escalation ensues, and as the clown’s remarks cut closer to the bone, the father gets more caught up in the game than he intended.
A wallflower finds himself the last man alive, or so he thinks.
A personal story of grief, those we look up to, and how the interactions we may deem insignificant may play a huge part in how we live our lives.
1930. A man deep in debt enters a pole sitting contest, but as the days stretch on he becomes increasingly more paranoid that his wife is having an affair with a stranger in the crowd.
Jake, an early twenty-something who still lives at home, walks around his town contemplating his life after a fight with his dysfunctional parents.
Longing for a baby, an unhinged, young woman concocts a plan to use a dating app to find the perfect man to impregnate her. However, when she chooses a heartbroken Casanova, she soon finds out that a baby might not be the only thing he’s leaving her with.
A young couple walk a fine line while thriving in an open marriage until they catch each other breaking their own rules.
In a state in the American Midwest a tedious reality of isolation and disconnect defines the lives of its people. Imaginative reports of paranormal experiences provide a means for escape. A belief in supernatural entities serves the fight to free themselves from the problems and traumas of everyday life. Old friends Michael and Josh, otherwise known as the Spirit Doctors, take it upon themselves to help people who are troubled by episodes of a supernatural nature.
A bluesman meets a stranger by a crossroads. He might think he knows how this ends, but he’s wrong.
A woman descends into a nightmare while trying to do a common household chore.
Obtaining a new job offer, Catherine finally arrives in New York and ends a long-distance relationship with her boyfriend, Ethan. She moves in a luxury apartment in midtown Manhattan. However, she starts to feel a strange presence that harasses her sexually. Just the second day of arrival, the evil entity locks her in her own apartment. She is completely isolated and has to survive with limited resources. After losing her freedom, she starts to realize how ignorant and ungrateful she was in life. Will Catherine leave her apartment alive?
Two androgynous French mechanics fix cars by “repairing” the inside of the car…owner.
Microplastic Madness is an optimistic take on the local and global plastic pollution crisis as told through a refreshing urban youth point of view with an inspiring take action message.
Quinn, a 22 year-old rebellious Texan who believes she’s more grown up than she actually is, embarks on a road trip from Austin to Dallas when she spies a hitchhiker on the side of the road.
Nicodemus, Kansas is the oldest and only remaining all black town west of the Mississippi. This film introduces you to direct descendants of the ex-slaves who helped found the town in 1877.
An eccentric Italian father and his son set out to start their own pasta sauce company. But can they cut it in the merciless world of New York gourmet?
An orphaned teenager dreams of racing school buses at an infamous speedway. “Pinball,” directed by Naveen Chaubal, is part elliptical character study, part modern fable about a boy with a wild dream who lives a reclusive life outside of town.
A rough-hewn Mennonite witnesses a meteor rip apart the skies on his farm, leaving behind a smoking crater filled with glowing corn husks. A lesbian couple unknowingly distributes the corn to un-suspecting Brooklynites through their food truck. An FDA agent with FBI dreams tries to track down a mysterious pod he’s only seen on Instagram. A woman in the midst of a late-20’s crisis is cleaning toilets when she starts noticing her co-workers changing.
When most people think of surfing they immediately draw parallels to beautiful shorelines in sunny places like California. They do not associate surfing with Lake Michigan’s icey shores, below freezing temperatures and industrial landscapes. There is a lot of will power in putting on a 6 mm wetsuit and wading into lethally cold water just to capture the unique adrenaline rush of standing on a wave.
While on the run from mysterious forces, a Mother and her Son take refuge in a beach side motel for the night.
Daniel as a child falls ill with polio and, although growing without the use of his legs, he is able to follow his father in the family nursery, walking on his hands.
After attending a friends perfect wedding, commitment-averse Christine is forced to make a life-changing decision when her boyfriend Alex proposes to her.
After the unexpected death of her brother, Beth Reeves seeks solace in her family’s New England cottage. What seems at first like a quiet retreat quickly proves deceptive and dangerous. Windblown challenges the classic adage, “find what you love and let it kill you”. And proves that grief… is a bitch.