- 91 min
"Church Ball" is the story of Dennis Buckstead (Andrew Wilson) and his team of uncoordinated misfits from the Mud Lake Ward. It's the last year church basketball will be officially sponsored by the church and whoever claims this year's trophy...keeps it for life. Everything is at stake-pride, glory, honor-and Dennis is charged by the ward bishop (Fred Willard) to take his team of ultimate misfits to the final regional tourney and claim the coveted title of regional champions. Only one team stands in their way...the Crystal Hills Ward, with the always-victorious lawyers, the Bracken brothers. With the notorious Brackens standing in the way...the last game of church ball is set to be the most important and potentially biggest brawl in history - winner takes all. Church Ball - it's not how you play the game...it's whether you win or lose.
- 90 min
Spoiled rich sisters, Taylor and Courtney Callum, have had it made. Their father owns a successful dairy that allows them to live comfortably. They can have anything they want: the latest designer clothes, cool cars, and an endless supply of money to spend. One day, the sisters end up ruining their house kitchen and their father has had enough. He sends the two to work a summer job at his dairy hoping it'll teach them responsibility and the value of a dollar. However, problems emerge when the dairy goes broke and it's up to the girls to decide: give up their selfish ways and save the dairy? or sit back and watch the company fall to pieces?
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- 110 min
"Daisy" is a story about the inevitable showdown between a detective and a killer who fall in love with the same woman. In the story, Jeon plays a street artist who dreams of opening her own exhibition someday, while Jeong portrays a killer who loves her but cannot confess his love to her because of his profession.
Dance Party, USA
- 66 min
Jessica and Gus, two apathetic teenagers, drift aimlessly from one day to the next until they meet each other. They make a tenuous and fleeting connection when Gus confides in Jessica about his dark past.
Dare not Walk Alone
- 124 min
Parallels are drawn between the Civil Rights protests of 1964 and the hip hop generation's struggle to bridge the poverty gap that still exists in many areas of America today. Newsreel footage--some of it never aired before--brings home the bitter reality of the 1964 Saint Augustine protests led by Dr. Martin Luther King and US Ambassador Andrew Young (who was beaten up on the streets of Saint Augustine by Klan members and other whites violently opposed to desegregation). Also explored is the role of music in black communities during the civil rights movement of the sixties and the way that music still keeps hope alive today.
- 103 min
A mix of Dave Chappelle's sketch comedy and musical interludes, inspired in part by the 1973 documentary Wattstax.
- 40 min
"Deep Sea 3D" will offer audiences astonishing up-close encounters with some of the most strange and exotic creatures on the planet, from the bizarre rainbow nudibranch to the giant Pacific octopus. Every animal here is dependent on another for survival, so the cooperation that exists between these ocean dwellers is the key to a flourishing neighborhood. In the realm of the giant octopus, the rainbow nudibranch, and the Scorpion fish, each one of us becomes a fearless undersea explorer, discovering the strange and unusual partnerships these "star wars" creatures forge to ensure their survival, and learning how this co-operation allows life in this enchanting world to flourish.
Doing Time for Patsy Cline
- 95 min
A 17-year-old country-and-western singer leaves the outback of New South Wales to seek fame and fortune in Sydney. En route he encounters an unscrupulous pair and becomes entangled in a crime that alters his destiny.
- 122 min
During production on his latest movie, an aging cowboy star (Sam Shepard) walks away from the set and heads out on a journey of self-discovery.
- 120 min
Sabina is beautiful, enjoys her job and loves her boyfriend, but is she truly happy? For some time now strange nightmares have tormented her, and finding herself pregnant forces open a disquieting window onto her own inner life: her memories, her adolescence, her family, bourgeois rituals at once both strict and reassuring. But these are only the surface. From deeper down something much darker and more disturbing is about to be revealed.