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The Price Of Cheap

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The Price of Cheap tells the stories of modern slaves in textiles manufacturing supply chains and the brave individuals fighting on the ground against immeasurable odds to help them. We follow a man named Joseph Raj, who runs an organization called T.E.S.T. (Trust for Education and Social Transformation) in Tamil Nadu, India as he goes on raids to rescue underage children from unsafe and labour intensive factories. We hear from the survivors he has helped rescue, hear of their horrific experiences, and desire for education and change.

Tyndall Typewriters

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Antique typewriter repairman, Thomas Tyndall, uses vintage typewriters to remind people of the good old days when communications, social interactions, and relationships were tactile experiences. He helps a fallen chef overcome her inability to make emotional connections and regain her creativity while servicing her machine. Together they find a connection through storytelling.

iMordecai

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A heart-warming movie based on a true story inspired by a chapter in the lives of the Samel family. iMordecai stars Academy Award-nominated and two-time Emmy-winning actor Judd Hirsch (star of the sitcom Taxi, Ordinary People, Independence Day) as Mordecai Samels and Academy Award-nominated actress Carol Kane (Hester Street) as his wife, Fela, both Holocaust survivors from Poland, who are now living in Miami. Their son, Marvin (Academy Award-nominated actor Sean Astin, The Lord of the Rings), is an ambitious cigar maker teetering on insolvency while trying to sell his company.

Inside

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Inside unrolls a mosaic of windows, those of the building that I regularly filmed from my own window. Along this border where the interior opens onto the exterior, a multitude of moments of everyday life overlap and respond to each other, forming a choreographic fresco of simple gestures.

Save All Who Dare

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"Save All Who Dare" is a poetic film that asks the question of what truly is right or wrong during a time of crisis. A timely yet timeless piece that follows the journey of two members of a cult questioning their faith, their leaders, themselves, and what the consequences would be. An allegory for our current political and pandemic climate.
“...is walking away braver than a last stand?”