Taylor seeks refuge after her brother's funeral and winds up at the home of her friend Alex. In light of an unforeseen adversary, Taylor demonstrates the complex strength survivors carry.
Music Video for SOM's new song "Center" from their latest album "The Shape of Everything" out January 21st 2022.
A nervous man, a reserved woman, both seem uneasy about their dinner rendezvous.
However, they try to extend this awkward occasion by ordering dishes that will take forever to prepare.
When New York meets London by way of Africa. Can strangers with different backgrounds find common ground to build a future or will they return to the familiarities of their past?
have your ever been lost and found at the same time?
When Myles inherits a watch that gives him the power to teleport, he begins to discover the mystery behind his father’s untimely death.
Harrison is a man stuck between two worlds: the one he was raised to know and the reality that he is actually living. Harrison and Vanessa appear to have the perfect relationship, but Harrison is struggling with insecurities regarding his role as a man in his relationship. These insecurities lead him to wonder what does it mean to be an Alpha? At one time men were instinctively thought to be the leaders in everything and women were expected to be submissive. While this archaic way of thinking is no longer the norm in today's society, Harrison is struggling with the shift in roles and identity in relationships. How is one supposed to juggle years of upbringing versus the expectations of today? What does it mean to be a man in today's society? What are the gender roles? What's acceptable and not acceptable for men and women? Harrison struggles to find himself and he struggles with the perception of society versus how he feels internally. On their anniversary Harrison and Vanessa will have to deal with secrets that will change the foundation of their relationship forever. Will they be able to find a common ground or will the conflicting realities of expectations versus idealistic notions prove too much for their relationship?
“Go” is an energetic single that gives fans a glimpse into Tiago Vega’s new EP that blends afrobeat, electro-pop, and hip hop. Although the track details Tiago’s frustrations with his relationship, the accompanying music video takes viewers on a romantic adventure through Acapulco, Mexico.
In a future world where memories are handled like computer files, two lovers decide to undergo a procedure and have their entire relationship wiped from their brains.
LEGACY profiles gentrification, romance and inheritance as Jada Lane faces the complex decision to give up her New York City lifestyle or lose her father’s business and the continuation of his legacy in the community.
The Magic is a holiday love story about a hotshot attorney David Kane (Emmy® winner Kristos Andrews) who loses the Christmas spirit and closes his heart to love following a tragic loss fifteen years earlier. Now, with the help of his guardian angels, twin sisters Mary Lou and Misty (Bianca D'Ambrosio and Chiara D'Ambrosio), David soon finds himself falling for paralegal Carolina Castillo (International star Alejandra Espinoza) and believing in the magic of Christmas all over again.
One Magenta Afternoon is a picture about a young African American boy, Les, and his Pop Pop, who use jazz music as a bridge into the world of the dead. Les tumbles through the visions and memories of 5 queer spirits from different times.
This film is for African American magic: for Hoodoo, Rootwork. This film is about the love between a Black grandson and a Black grandfather — for my own grandfather, a jazz musician and artist — this film is about a black youth’s connection to analog technology, the love for ingenuity & practical divinity. This work is for the child I never got to fully be and yet the child i was unashamed to be in the presence of my Pop Pop: the soft boy, the lavender boy.
One Magenta Afternoon is a short narrative afroqueer jazz fashion film, and proof of concept film for my original feature film script Lavender Boy.
Jiuming who suffers from eating disorders for years finds herself deeply trapped in an indecent love affair; While restraining her desire for food, she refused the irresistible love...
When coming out of the thrift store isn't all you do. A new coming-of-age queer film follows Emily, a costume-wearing 25-year-old, on her journey through change, love, and discovering one's self.
Written by Australian, Jessica Rookeward. Our director, writer, DP, composer, and two actresses are Australian.
All actors are proud members of the LGBTQ family.
All rights of this film belong to Jessica Rookeward - creator and writer.
“Parents” is the story of Isaiah and Alanna who have both given up on the idea of love and marriage and decide, “shoot why not just have kids together since we’ll never find love”. The ironic part about it is, they found love with each other and everyone sees it but them. The idea of just being “Parents” sounds amazing until she gets pregnant and their world changes forever. We watch their relationship change from being friends to parents to lovers to possibly enemies. They realize that they may have bitten off more than they can chew with this situation.
Reasons follows the life of a young and single mother, Mercy during the late 1950s in rural Georgia. Mercy lives with the difficulty of not having her daughter's father in their lives and struggles with abandoning the illusion of having “the perfect family.” In a time and place where women had very little authority over their lives, she is willing to sacrifice her own happiness to give her child the family life she has always longed for.
A young man reunites with a childhood friend during the last 37 hours of his life.
A happy-go-lucky baker is thrown for a loop after an unexpected run-in at work.
Seph, a perfectionist high schooler, struggles between wanting to become valedictorian to win the validation of her father and following her true dream of dancing. When GPAs are posted, Seph’s rival takes the top ranking while she is just below him as salutatorian. Seph quickly abandons her morals, learns of her family’s dark past, and must live with the guilt of her wrongdoings while under the darkness of her father’s shadow.
Tosin is an actor and Kansas-transplant now based in LA who you may know from “The Chi” (Showtime), “Black Lightning” (CW), “Chicago Med” (NBC), “Love Is” (OWN), or his series regular work in “Run The World” (STARZ). He’ll also be recurring on the upcoming series’ “Julia” (HBO) and ABC’s “Everything’s Trash” (Freeform).
He also stars in Amazon’s Blackbox, BET’s romantic comedy Always A Bridesmaid, the erotic thriller, Friend Request and Oscar-winner Kevin Willmott’s “The 24th”, which was nominated for a NAACP Image award. Up next, he’ll costar in 1992 with Ray Liotta and Tyrese Gibson.
You are watching the 2021 Drama Reel for NAACP-Image Award nominee, Tosin Morohunfola. Click below to see more.
Told exclusively through hands, 'who are you?' shares the story of two elderly lovers who meet for the first time. It isn't long before they learn their time together is limited.
A first date for Gloria and Nick takes an unexpected turn when Nick begins to suspect that their lives might be in danger.
Bubbly Brown Sugar tells the story of two soulmates meeting in their dreams and their parallel journeys to finding each other upon waking up.
In Bubbly Brown Sugar, lifestyle blogger and entrepreneur Jewel Patterson has always had psychic dreams that often times came true as a child. When she accepts the proposal for marriage from her longtime sweetheart, Gabriel Hamilton, her psychic dreams come back with such intensity, it throws her life upside down.
During his court ordered therapy sessions, Darren recounts all the trouble he finds himself in as he struggles to move on following the breakup from Steph, the love of his life. Darren’s long suffering best friend and often ignored voice of reason, Tony, is always on hand to look out for him and more than willing to push Darren into any situation that he thinks will snap him out of his depression. One way or another, Darren will finally get over Steph… or find a way to win her back.
Macy prepares herself to be intimate with her husband for the first time since he's admitted to being unfaithful.
A cinematic short about the very famous comic character Harley Quinn (known from Batman). Kistune – The Master of Fire, Master of Fear confronts Harley with one of her toughest decisions. She has to choose between her new life with Poison Ivy and her old life with Joker. A journey through the dark psyche and anxieties of Harley Quinn begins.
Young lovers escape to a vacation home to save their relationship.
A woman who has been dumped twelve times in a row, discovers to her dismay that she has a loser in love gene. To break the curse, she must get back together with all 12 of her exes and, in turn, break up with them in this brilliantly deconstructed romantic comedy.
“Prepared" provides a glimpse into the world of Black female empowerment under the guise of haircare, self-love, and a fictitious self-help book titled "Hey Sis, Be Prepared."
Love is amazing...til it's not! Shhh is a narrative short film that explores the varying ideas of ideals in a relationship. Can Becks and Marcus really come together and "hear" each other, or are they destined not to stay together?
When fiercely independent Monika moves back to New York from Los Angeles determined to make it this time completely on her own, the last thing she ever expected was to meet Trent with an open heart and open arms.
TRYING HARD follows the intimate story of Maki Bonifacio as a young gay professional from the Philippines working and living in Nashville, Tennessee. Maki attempts to navigate dating in the U.S., while trying to overcome insecurities and familial pressure amidst the challenges brought forth by his sexual orientation, race, and status as a foreign worker.
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