Seasoned musician Jackson Maine discovers — and falls in love with — struggling artist Ally. She has just about given up on her dream to make it big as a singer — until Jack coaxes her into the spotlight. But even as Ally's career takes off, the personal side of their relationship is breaking down, as Jack fights an ongoing battle with his own internal demons.
County Durham England 1984 the miners strike has started and the police have started coming up from Bethnal Green starting a class war with the lower classes suffering caught in the middle of the conflict is 11-year old Billy Elliot who after leaving his boxing club for the day stubbles upon a ballet class and finds out that he's naturally talented. He practices with his teacher Mrs Wilkinson for an upcoming audition in Newcastle-upon Tyne the audition is for the royal Ballet school in London.
Hotel Coolgardie is a portrait of outback Australia, as experienced by two backpackers who find themselves the latest batch of “fresh meat” to work as barmaids in a remote mining town.
Kickboxing champion B.J. is jailed for an accidental murder thanks to the testimony of his arch-nemesis Denard. A year later, B.J. is released and then challenged by Denard for $100,000. Will B.J. accept and get even with Denard?
Exploring the concept of the Ecology of Emotions, this musical film portrays an inner journey through the secret garden of creativity put into frame by the nature of Iceland. Hidden Eden is a metaphor for our inner secret garden of creativity. This project bloomed during an art residency in Iceland, sparked by conversations around our shared philosophies on voice and emotional connection. The nature of Iceland inspired us to make the connection on how the landscape reflects the emotional states of creativity and how it helps manage the homeostasis of our inner emotional landscapes. This exchange between emotion and the landscape opens a space for healing. Creativity provides us with the tools to access a garden of our authentic being, nourishing and balancing us. Allowing ourselves to explore the spectrum of our emotions through the lens of our relationship with the Earth invites others to do the same. The creative process can affect our well being and is a key to human evolution.
In US society, people of East Asian heritage are often perceived through an obscuring lens of ethnic and cultural stereotypes. In STOLEN GROUND, six Asian-American men talk about their experience of the highly racialized United States, and consider how racism has affected their lives and those of their family members.
An honest, genuine writer discovers the painful truth of a handsome and charming yet manipulative and toxic love interest.
A student's increasingly intimate line of questioning causes his interview with a local horror host to take a vulnerable turn.
While staying with her aunt at a fashionable spa, Else receives an unexpected telegram from her mother, begging her to save her father from debtor’s jail. The only way out, it seems, is to approach an elderly acquaintance in order to borrow money from him. Through this telegram, Else is forced into the reality of a world entirely at odds with her romantic imagination – with horrific consequences.
Oliver doesn't know how to deal with the fact that he is not with the girl he loves. So in desperation for coping with his feelings he starts to write letters in which he describes all the feelings and thoughts that he's trying to bury deep down.
A homeless man with aberrantly noble ambitions, volunteers for an experiment at a private research institution, to help save organic material on Earth with the use of alchemy.
In this interview, psychiatrist Dr Stanislav Grof, MD and his wife Christina explain holotropic breathwork, and discuss its uses in psychotherapy. Like hypnosis and psychedelic therapy, holotropic breathwork is a method for invoking non-ordinary states of consciousness for therapeutic purposes. Viewers see patients undergoing holotropic breathwork in a group session, and the patients themselves then report their experiences.
follow eight lives and watch as their stories intertwine the summer after their high school graduation where they try to navigate life and find where they fit in the world of "adults"
Stuck in Saturday detention, two teen girls with a strong distaste for each other quickly find themselves on the run when they stumble across a dead teacher and a masked killer. Can they put aside their differences, and overcome their own personal struggles, in order to survive?
A documentary that explores how seven remarkable people embrace their pain, learn to live with their loss, and now engage in life with more compassion, courage, and awareness. The personal and moving stories include those of author Isabel Allende, Reverend Cecil Williams, writer Alana Laraine, Zen Monk/Vietnam Veteran Claude AnShin Thomas, youth motivator Vinny Ferrero, and filmmaker Lee Mun Wah. With courage, these people invite the viewer to open up to the pain of grief and discover for themselves the extraordinary opportunities their own losses may reveal.
In THE COLOR OF FEAR, eight American men participated in emotionally charged discussions of racism. In this sequel, we hear and see more from those discussions, in which the men talk about about how racism has affected their lives in the United States. We also learn more about the relationships between them, and about their reactions during some of the most intense moments of that discussion.
An old Vietnam war veteran struggles with his past when his granddaughter leaves for the military.