When Stacy's mom dies, Stacey puts her life and career on hold and returns to her childhood home to take care of her OCD agorophobic brother Ben who hasn't been out of the house for 23 years only to find out the house they grew up in harbors a disturbing secret.
When Sarah becomes a remote carer to escape her violent city past, she discovers your demons can follow, turning tranquility into a terrifying nightmare.
It seems like two disparate realms. One occupied by some of the most acclaimed dancers in the world, people who move for a living. The other occupied by people who often struggle to move, people who have Parkinson's disease. This is the story of what happens when those worlds intersect. We followed individuals with Parkinson's as they prepared to stage a first ever dance performance, under the tutelage of two long time dancers at the Mark Morris Dance Group. It's a story about determination, adversity, contending with doubt, the transformative power of art and the strength of the human spirit. This is the story of a remarkable community of dancers who have come together to rediscover the meaning of grace.
Combining documentary with experimental video, "Grace Period" documents the activities of female sex workers in the Yeongdeungpo red-light district in Seoul, South Korea. Facing constant police crackdowns and the threat of permanent closure following the opening of a massive shopping complex adjacent to their workplaces, the women of Yeongdeungpo band together in protest. Archival footage, mostly shot by the women themselves, shows their collective efforts as they organize with other sex workers from brothels across the country. In creative and daring acts of resistance, they launch a series of demonstrations that trace a lineage to Korea's democratic union movements of the 1980s-- denouncing the government and corporate interests, demanding decriminalization, and declaring their rights as workers.
Grace is a homeless teenager. She befriends an unemployed carpenter and he invites her to share his flat. She moves in and to her surprise a delicate relationship develops. He helps her repair her shattered self-esteem and she begins to feel loved and secure. But then she discovers his secret - he tells her he is Jesus Christ.
A young college student reluctantly meets with her estranged father only to discover the truth about the events of the wild summer of '75 that drove them apart.
Grace is a beautiful young nurse who lives a life of pain and anguish. Her addiction to heroin has forced the authorities to take away her beloved daughter Jessica, and put her on the verge of losing her job at the hospital. Grace finds sickly solace at the end of a junkie's needle as she burns the days away, lost in the darkness of despair. A near fatal overdose lands her in the very hospital that she works-but also into the hands of one of the hospital's janitors, Clayton. He's an odd survivalist who hunts rabbits on the weekends from an abandoned school deep in the desolate countryside. When Grace wakes up in the bowels of Clayton's make-shift bunker, he tells her a bizarre story. One in which he has not only saved her from a life of drugs, but also from the horrors of the world itself.
A newly-elected Pope Leo XIV finds himself accidentally locked out of the Vatican. Unknown to the outside world, he winds up in an impoverished Italian village, where his adventures ultimately teach the Pope and his new friends some important lessons about friendship and self-esteem. Written by Chris DeSantis
Fiddler Martin Hayes explores his love of traditional Irish music.
Drama - Grace Surpasses is a story about perseverance in a country where peace is an ancient relic and hope is a dangerous luxury. With nowhere to hide, each new day brings the potential for danger. By focusing on the experiences of one child, we get a glimpse into the day to day realities of life in Southern Sudan, where the absence of clean drinking water, public health and a consistent food supply make even the most basic necessities of life a constant struggle. grace and her family manage to thrive in the face of adversity until a personal tragedy threatens to destroy Grace's hope. - Daniel Door Abraham, Angelina Abuy, Mary Achok
Drama / Family - Natalie Preston-Waith is a gospel recording artist who suspends her career to manage the ill direction of her children, Michal and Ken. When tragedy strikes the family, Malcolm and Natalie are determined to get their children to see what they do for Christ will last, and the grace of God is sufficient in all situations.
Rival toy store owners compete over several Christmas seasons, and God's grace goes to work in their lives.
A Beverly Hills millionaire with an obsession about actress Grace Kelly blackmails a woman into becoming her.
After losing their sister, two brothers' struggle to cope teaches them the only thing stronger than the competition between them is the bond they share.
When Grace, a woman with multiple psychiatric diagnoses, returns home to live with her aging parents, it threatens the sanity and lives of everyone involved.
William Shakespeare's collection of sonnets forms the basis of a tale that sees the lives of a couple who are desperate to have a baby take an unexpected turn when a mysterious and handsome stranger comes to dinner.
Documentary that examines lesbian motherhood through the eyes of longtime partners Ann Krsul and Leslie Sullivan, who desperately want to have a child.
Gravity & Grace may be writer and critic Chris Kraus’ final and exuberant attempt at an artists’ career. Kraus is best known for her novels, (I Love Dick, Aliens & Anorexia, Torpor and most recently Summer of Hate), her art criticism (Video Green, Where Art Belongs), and her work in publishing subjective narratives through Semiotext(e)'s Native Agents Series, which she founded. Prior to writing, Kraus was an artist, actress and filmmaker. She made short, experimental, low-budget films, and one feature, Gravity & Grace; its failure on the market is chronicled in detail in her book Aliens & Anorexia.
The romantic drama tells the story of an elderly man struggling with his wife who suffers with Alzheimer's. The film was screened at several festivals including Sundance Film Festival and Los Angeles International Film Festival. It also won the Student Grant Award as part of the National Board of Review.