A Long Way Off  

GENRE: Romance, Family, Drama
YEAR: 2014
Director: Michael Davis, John Errington

A modern day version of The Prodigal Son Parable.

Abel's Field  

GENRE: Family, Drama
YEAR: 2011
Director: Gordie Haakstad

"Seth, a high school senior, works hard to support himself and his adorable twin sisters. Abel becomes his mentor. But how can Abel find the courage to face his past and help his friend? Where will Seth find the faith and support to face his future?"


GENRE: Word Feature Films, Drama
YEAR: 2003
Director: Melissa Painter

A charming 17 year-old girl deliberately sabotages her interviews at prestigious colleges. She lies about her savant sister’s poetry writing setting off a chain of events which include an infamous TV appearance, a new love, and the revelation of a long buried family secret.


GENRE: Drama
YEAR: 2015
Director: Joseph Quinn Simpkins

A street racer's life is turned upside down after a near fatal car crash, leaving him semi paraplegic. Forced to face his new circumstance, he struggles to walk, to trust, to love, and ultimately, race again.

Almost Salinas  

GENRE: Drama
YEAR: 2002
Director: Terry Allen Green

Life takes a strange turn when a group of outsiders come to a small town, the famed site of James Dean's fatal car crash. The town's only business, a diner owned by Max (John Mahoney), is overrun by this glamorous group while the diner's short order...

Doe Boy, The  

GENRE: Drama
YEAR: 2001
Director: Randy Redroad

Heroes make their own destiny.

Happy Hour  

GENRE: Drama
YEAR: 2002
Director: Mike Bencivenga

Set in present day New York, this is the dramatic and emotional story of a gifted writer and the two people who come to understand him best—his best friend who idolizes his talent, and the woman who comes to love him.

L.A. Blues  

GENRE: Drama, Dark Comedy
YEAR: 2007
Director: Ian Gurvitz

A year in the lives of 6 guys who hang out in a blues bar in Hollywood, dealing with heartache and longing, loving and losing, striving and failing, and dealing with adversity; creating a story about male friendship and the way these guys communicate.

Open Window  

GENRE: Drama
YEAR: 2006
Director: Mia Goldman

A random act of violence threatens a recently engaged couples relationship which underscores the healing power of reclaiming one's own self determination.


GENRE: Romance, Drama
YEAR: 2003
Director: James Redford

Orphaned, a troubled teenager strives to follow his father’s footsteps by learning to fly. Based on the novel by Donald Everett Axinn, this moving tale set in the stunning Southwest desert of the 1950s crosses borders and cultures in a story of love.

The Father's Love  

GENRE: Word Feature Films, Drama
Director: Sharon Kon

Sarah, an aspiring filmmaker meets the man of her dreams. Charming, handsome, and wealthy, Reece becomes her world. As their story unfolds, Sarah is taken on a journey of heartbreak and forgiveness, exploring the meaning of her relationships both past and present and discovers that forgiveness is the key to true love.

White Irish Drinkers  

GENRE: Drama
YEAR: 2010
Director: John Gray

In the vein of the film THE FIGHTER, two teenage brothers living with their abusive father and their well-meaning but ineffective mother are caught up in a life of petty crime. Older brother Danny concocts a daring scheme to steal enough money for the two to escape.

Wild About Harry  

GENRE: Drama
YEAR: 2010
Director: Gwen Wynne

It is the fall of 1973 and 16 year old Madeline (Danielle Savre) and her 14 year old sister Daisy (Sky McCole Bartusiak) move to Cape Cod where a series of momentous life-changing events force the girls to find a way to hang on to life with their dad.


GENRE: Family, Drama
YEAR: 2000
Director: Deborah Attoinese

Have you ever felt like you belonged somewhere else?