TRAVIS HOWLAND is a sophomore at his top-tier college, pledging one of the most exclusive fraternities on campus. He and his friend CALEB attend the last night of hell week, a final round of intense hazing led by frat stars MIKE, NATE, and BRIAN, the president of Kappa Chi.
Set in 1949, a Hollywood star mourns the loss of her beloved sister on the one year anniversary of her death. When the truth of her murder is revealed, a surprise visitor returns. Time is running out. Will justice be served? Tick tock tick tock...
Weediatrics: A Covert Medical Mission follows the stories of desperate parents across the United States on their dangerous quest to attain and provide illegal substances to their children suffering with extreme medical needs. Conventional medicine hasn’t been able to help these poor children and these parents are not giving up.. With the state-by-state legislation of marijuana not addressing children’s needs, parents are deciding to smuggle medicinal marijuana home to their kids.
Ted Goeden is a spritely octogenerian with over 70 years under his belt as a professional tuba player. He's an engaging story teller and has had an interesting life full of adventure and meaningful interactions including playing in numerous polka and dixieland bands, serving on a Navy aircraft carrier during the Korean war, performing in large parades in NY, owning several businesses and never missing the opportunity to help others. This is his story.
A short romantic comedy about two zombies who meet-cute while fighting over a dead woman’s intestines. Their brains have died...but not their hearts.
Screen time alert! Marco, 11, is obsessed with his electronics — his iPad, his Xbox, his VR headset — and hardly leaves the house. But when his grandmother dies and his grandfather moves in, Marco’s life is turned upside-down and he’s forced…to go play outside. “Nonno” (Grandpa) introduces him to bocce — the world’s oldest game — and to the neighborhood crew of old Italian men who play daily at the local court. With sport, laughter and love, Marco finds connection to other people “in real life” and rounds up a team of neighborhood kids to take on his grandfather and his pals.
The athlete and his partially-deaf coach who revolutionized track and field by inventing two key techniques in the late 1800's, and the controversial Olympics that followed.
In order to survive when you cannot see you must… listen.
For four years, the Jicarilla Apache Nation's Johnson O'Malley program, led by Lynn Roanhorse, and Holt Hamilton Films have joined forces to encourage, motivate and empower Jicarilla Apache youth by providing hands on learning and mentorship in the filmmaking process. Follow this exciting journey as Native American youth show the world that they can do great things when EMPOWERED.
Adam Bellcorelli tells us about his childhood and finding out what life was like without having use of his legs