The odyssey of a young Russian woman who arrives in the city to find her father with only a 25-year-old photo in her possession.
The odyssey of a young Russian woman, Alina, who arrives in the city to find her father with only a 25-year-old photo in her possession.
She befriends Maria, a part-time bartender and hostess with whom she forms a strong bond. Alina is welcomed by an old model friend and is invited to move in with her and her roommate. She finds a freedom she never experienced and becomes immersed in the party scene, trying everything from sex to drugs until things go sour.
To be released in 2017
Explore the story of Isaac Nabwana who founded Ramon Film Productions dedicated to building an independent film industry in the slums of Uganda. Now boasting a team of nearly 100 actors, filmmakers, and technicians – all volunteers – they tackle the creation of feature action films in the unlikeliest environments. Creativity and the collective effort of a dedicated group of people produce thrilling entertainment for a passionate community.
Tucked away amidst the gently rolling Berkshire Mountains, in Lenox, Massachusetts, something magical happened between 1951 and 1960 at a place called Music Inn. Under the stewardship of Stephanie and Philip Barber, Music Inn marked a turning point in the history of music in America. Virtually next door to the Boston Symphony's Tanglewood Music Festival, the Inn evolved from a midsummer haven for some of America's greatest jazz and folk musicians and performers, through a period of jazz and folk "Roundtables" and then "Workshops" including scholars and critics, culminating in the first School of Jazz -- where earnest and talented students learned from and performed with accomplished masters.