29 October 2019
Life is easy on the peaceful Bird Island; however, Red--the flightless, bad-tempered pariah--finds it extremely difficult to keep his temper under control. Inevitably, his temperament will soon lead Red to a mandatory anger management class, where other outcasts, such as Chuck and Bomb, become the closest thing he'll find to family. However, nothing could get more on Red's nerves than a ship crammed with Captain Leonard's green-hued pigs who claim to come in peace. In the end, is there more to this friendly invasion than meets the eye? Will the cranky islander get to the bottom of this?
18 December 2018
It's the most wonderful time of the year again, and the not-in-the-slightest reformed safe-cracker Willie Soke is breathing the air of freedom once more, failing miserably to keep himself afloat thirteen whole years after his last achievements. Still addicted to alcohol and at the end of his tether, Soke will reluctantly accept his former sidekick Marcus' truce and his daring plan for another Yuletide caper--this time targeting a Chicago charity on Christmas Eve. However, as Willie slips back into his Santa's red suit again, much to his disappointment, he will discover that another partner in crime is also eager to join in the heist: his desperate for cash estranged mother, Sunny. Can Willie work around his mummy issues, especially now that the closest thing to family, Thurman Merman, comes to town for a visit?
27 March 2018
Nicknamed Courgette by his alcoholic and neglectful mother, the 9-year-old Icare is suddenly left all alone in the world after the unforeseen and tragic disappearance of his only parent. With his funny nickname as his only souvenir from his mother and a faded memory of his long-lost dad, the timid boy will befriend the caring police officer and father-figure, Raymond, on his way to the orphanage. There, amid equally traumatised kids, Courgette will have to struggle to fit in; however, even though every new beginning is difficult, maybe this time, good things await for a change.
26 February 2018
Beginning - At first they seem very, awkward and of course they have nothing to say to each other, it's been years. They go out to get some coffee and they bond for a while, you start to see their friendship, Amanda seems reserved whilst Jim seems more forward and more talkative. It just happens that they both left their hometown, sort of symbolizes their fear of having to confront their past for years to come. But they both come back and happen to run into each other, just coincidental.
25 January 2018
In 1979, James Baldwin wrote a letter to his literary agent describing his next project, "Remember This House." The book was to be a revolutionary, personal account of the lives and assassinations of three of his close friends: Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. At the time of Baldwin's death in 1987, he left behind only 30 completed pages of this manuscript. Filmmaker Raoul Peck envisions the book James Baldwin never finished.