“The Wheel” questions whether love can heal someone with unresolved trauma who may not know what they have until they are about to lose them?
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While it won’t become a definitive Juneteenth movie, “Block Party” makes for a wonderful family dramedy with Juneteenth acting as a featured part.
In “The Lost Girls,” legendary literary figure Peter Pan is used as an entry point to talk about generational trauma, mental illness, and feeling disconnected from reality.
“First Love” tricks you by focusing almost equally on the male lead’s parents as they do on the advertised relationship.
While you can tell there should be a deeper story at play, “Wyrm” feels like it is missing the scenes/ details meant to bring you to tears.
From Theatrical releases, streaming premieres to video on-demand releases, here you’ll find many of the different movies and shorts coming soon.
As They Made Us is an ode to children with complicated relationships with their parents, who stuck by them even when they knew, and were told they shouldn’t.
Moon Manor is a beautiful, quirky film that discusses the serious topic of death in a way that still manages to be lighthearted and comedic.
Expired will likely be one of the most dreary films you could ever see that didn’t involve watching someone be traumatized.
Family Squares is the kind of film which will make you laugh, cry, and maybe even call your family – including members who get on your last nerve.