STARRING: David Gyasi, Ron Perlman, Frank Grillo, Chris Mullinax, Jaqueline Fleming, Gianni Capaldi, Zahn McClarnon
Q&A with actors Chris Mullinax, Manu Intiraymi (Associate Producer) and Amber Sweet on Friday Dec. 13th after 7:20pm show
This epic, action-packed Western tells the incredible true story of Bass Reeves (David Gyasi), the first black U.S. marshal in the Wild West. Having escaped from slavery after the Civil War, Reeves arrives in Arkansas seeking a job with the law. To prove himself, he must hunt down a deadly outlaw (Frank Grillo) with the help of a grizzled journeyman (Ron Perlman). As he chases the criminal deeper into the Cherokee Nation, Reeves must not only dodge bullets in hopes of earing his star, but severe discrimination — and ends up cementing his place as a cowboy legend.
Focusing on the stories of eight children who have been reunited with family members or placed in loving foster homes after experiencing the trauma of institutionalization., Finding the Way Home highlights the painful realities of the eight million children living in orphanages and other institutions around the world. The film shares insights from families, social workers and dedicated foster parents to illustrate what it truly means to be home. Heartbreaking, enlightening and uplifting, Finding the Way Home visits overcrowded children's institutions, nurturing foster homes and reunited households to trace a complex path through both state-run and private orphanages – from Moldova to Nepal. Inspired by the work of J.K. Rowling's foundation Lumos, directed and produced by Emmy®-winners Jon Alpert and Matthew O'Neill, and with narration by Oscar®-winning actor Eddie Redmayne, Finding the Way Home brings to light the many factors – poverty, discrimintation, drug addiction, war, natural disaster – that bring children to these institutions, and instills hope for a world where every child has a home.
STARRING: Bates Wilder, Hiram Murray, Billy Zane and Ron Perlman.
During the final days of WWI, a regiment of daring African-American “Buffalo Soldiers” is trapped deep behind enemy lines. After one of these soldiers manages to escape, he is ordered to join a select team of white troops led by a battle-scarred officer in order to find and rescue the survivors. Casting aside their racial differences, the determined men join forces to find their lost comrades in this gripping, action-filled tale of bravery and unity.
Akis drives a taxi trying to make do with his debts. Timos is a famous TV presenter who lives every day as if it was his last. Akis and Timos, very close as young brothers but alienated in their adult routines, star in a moving, tender, optimistic and highly humorous film about the sweeping power of life and the brotherly love that surpasses all the misunderstandings of the past.
Against the background of a country on the brink of crisis, two worlds collide: the over-heated bourgeois milieu of Pandoras, an intellectual psychiatrist with political ambitions, and the humbler, but no less ambitious world of Georgina, a beautiful child of the working-class, but also a talented actress whose career is taking off.