A surfer, New Yorker and Freedom Tower ironworker, Timmy Brennan lost everything in the Breezy Point fires during Hurricane Sandy. Through the kindness of strangers, he is given a new board and finds hope riding the same ocean that shattered his community.
A beautiful widow sees the legendary “Blue Rider” ghost in a park, but when she calls for help, he disappears without a trace. Everyone thinks she’s invented the story, but it soon appears that this is far from the case. A series of strange events start to unfold.
It is mid-winter and mouse, the friend of a poor violinist, falls ill in a cold room in the attec. The local bucket is empty, but the trustworthy bucket does its best and gives the poor musician a ride across the merciless town towards the coal merchant´s warm house.
This documentary recounts the life of ‘El Zorro’, a legendary untamable horse of the pampas. The filmmaker uses testimonies from those who tried to ride the horse and those who witnessed the attempts, together with archival footage in various formats.
The latest feature from Girish Kasaravalli, one of the founding fathers of India’s parallel cinema movement, is also his most unconventional, employing for the first time in his long and distinguished career a non-linear, fragmented narrative.
A young graduate from the province of Rome spends his days volunteering in the local church. One day, his father decides to make him face real life responsibility: he first sends him to work on a construction site, then takes away his house and food.