Directed by Damion L. Smith (USA, 2017, 23 min.). Digital.
A respected pastor and inner city community leader is pressed to come clean by a spiritual traveler about a crime he’s hidden for decades.
Directed by Chris Daniels (USA, 2017, 12 min.). Digital.
A man enters a gallery and encounters a device designed to analyze the behavior of visitors. He quickly realizes that things aren’t what they seem.
Directed by Chris Reese (USA, 2017, 13 min.). Digital.
In order to save his own life, a gangbanger being held hostage must appeal to the empathy of his kidnapper.
Directed by Raeshelle Cooke (USA, 2017, 22 min.). Digital.
Inspired by Black Lives Matter and the police-brutality epidemic, this is a story of a fictional, angry little town and a Haitian woman who is getting deported for committing an awful crime.
Directed by Marcellus Cox (USA, 2017, 14 min.). Digital.
A drama about an angel’s descent from heaven to Brooklyn to bridge the gap between law enforcement and minorities.
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Purchase tickets to three or more regularly priced films at once and get $3 off each ticket. Discount automatically applies at checkout. This discount is not applicable on past purchases. All tickets must be purchased at the same time within the same order for discount to apply.
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