Global Village, digital generation: mysterious sexual assaults, real and virtual identities, a policewoman who becomes obsessed with the hunt…but who is she after? A socio-critical tech-noir debut film, showing the alarming dangers of new technologies.
A daredevil photographer, an aspiring swimsuit model, and a midwest girl next door are all looking for the same things from their Instagram accounts––a little love, acceptance and, of course, fame––and they’ll do just about anything to get it.
A 30-year-old American woman enters a teenage party in the South of France. Some of the guests wonder who she is and what she is doing there.
Directed by Rene Villar Rios, this teen drama takes place at a tough love work camp for teens that is a cross between The Lord of the Flies and The Breakfast Club. As the cruel warden and brutal guards make their lives miserable, the ensemble of troubled teens confront each other and numerous problems facing their generation.
Another one of those cartoons that gets the political-incorrect, history revisionists all knotted up. The Deacon is on his way to church in the Deep South and sees a brother from the congregation setting out to do some Sunday fishing. The preacher advises the fisherman that he will not be catching any fish on the Sabbath, as the fish are having their own underwater camp-meeting.
Social Visions suggests the myriad histories and futures that constitute Los Angeles; a city whose public image has been used as cover for the abuse of its population but also a city where one senses the potential for radical social change. Los Angeles is suffering from all the worst side effects of America's social and economic reforms. Industry, commerce and the middle classes have all jumped ship and left a husk of a city. The most basic public services such as roads and water run along the lines of money and in the poorer parts of town life breaks down. There is insecurity everywhere; privatisation threatens more jobs, social security is a misnomer and the land can be bought from under your feet. Immigration from South America and the far-east increases while middle class populations dwindle. A small clique presides over the image of the city, but it is a city that they hardly know. Without money or political power, the majority of people who live here are invisible.
A wild college student gets in fights, steals cars, is caught by the police and finally expelled from college. Later on, though, he comes to the aid of a kidnapped heiress.
Chorus girl Patsy Shaw crashes a high-society party, meets playboy Charlie Breen, they fall in love, and are on their merry way to wedded bliss. However, Charlie's snobbish, ever-loving mama doesn't think that Patsy is worthy and sets out to prove it.
Adults must provide teenagers with guidance in social skills if they are to make a harmonious adjustment to social life. The mother and daughter in this film have far to go.
A woman tries to help her teenage daughter when she becomes the victim of online bullying.
Ethan Green (Daniel Letterle) has no problem finding guys who want to sleep with him or even date him, but finding someone to settle down with is a different story. Given three choices -- a sexy teenager, a hunky jock, or his ex-boyfriend who is about to get married -- will he find a Mr. Right, or is he destined to an unfabulous existence. Based on a popular gay-themed comic strip.
An Internet savvy woman convinces her friend to dump her new boyfriend so she can date him instead.
Say hi to the new generation of protest. Protest has changed. Between the first UK student protests in November 2010 and the global uprising in the spring of 2011, a new radicalism, fuelled by modern technology, has hit the streets. Over 6 months of government cuts, a collective of filmmakers has had exclusive access to the backroom meetings of a group of London students as they hacked software, occupied universities and shut down banks. In the process, they've helped build the movement currently sending ripples across the globe. The Real Social Network captures the passion, the anger and the technology that has forever changed the game between those in power and us. With exclusive access to the backroom meetings of a group of London students, The Real Social Network follows them as they hack software, occupy universities and shut down banks on the way to building a movement that has sent ripples across the globe.
Noble Prize Winner Richard Ernst brought us MRI's through his pure research. It is technology that saves millions of lives and enhances the quality of life. He has a beautiful Tibetan Art collection, believes in positivity and is a nice guy.
In this provocative documentary, filmmaker Jaci Judelson follows renowned American photographer Tina Barney as she journeys to Europe to record the rarified lives of the continent's well-heeled gentry. As she captures aristocrats at home and play in ornate city apartments and grand country estates, Barney -- herself a child of high pedigree -- also offers insights into the nature of wealth, privilege and class.
Follow twin sisters and first-time filmmakers Meaghan and Marie Wright, and indigenous activist Joseph Huyer as they set out to learn more about using business as a force for good. The trio drives across the country sharing stories of citizens and business owners adding a different type of value to the world through social enterprise. Hilarious, informative and heartfelt, this is a journey that will leave viewers ready to contribute to making the world a more inclusive and sustainable place.