Ken Chang is ready for the American dream. The only trouble is that he’s just too American. So in order to land a role on a network TV Show, Ken undergoes Actor “Orientalification” to prove that he can be Asian enough to make it in Hollywood. Shot as a mocumentary, East of Hollywood follows Ken as he takes Mandarin lessons, learns martial arts, and even attempts to thicken his accent just so he can have a shot at playing a bodega owner in an offensive network television show called “Kung Fu Mom.”
A documentary on homelessness and the journey of Leroy Bailey who’s God-appointed mission is to walk the perimeter of the United States, raising awareness and money to build shelters and hope centers across the country for the homeless.
Tommy is a young man with Landau–Kleffner syndrome, an extremely rare neurological disorder with only 100 cases diagnosed every ten years. LKS is characterized by frequent seizures and sudden aphasia (the inability to understand or express language). Over the past five years, Tommy’s caretaker, Erin, has developed a way to communicate with him using words and phrases from his favorite Disney films. Tommy and Erin take their weekly walk on Walden Pond to reflect and get away from the world.
A coming of age story about the tenuous friendship between two adolescent girls, growing up in a working class neighborhood during the early ’90s.
A hot-headed adoptee is relocated into an abusive home that won’t let her go. She befriends the girl already living at the home and they attempt to escape together.
Young Sally anticipates the many changes associated with becoming a woman. Nurse Jenkins calmly provides information and advice about the biological and social aspects of menstruation. Parents and educators alike will appreciate this educational film for its frank and sympathetic portrayal of the proper attitudes about the transition into womanhood.
Writers/producers – Angie Albeck & Marianne DiMascio
Director – Kevin Christopher
Photographer/editor – Jess Wilson
Costumer/hair designer – Catherine Alston
Graphic designer – Alec Julien
Nurse Jenkins – “Sweet Cheeks” Caswell
Sally – “Doll Face” DiMascio
Announcer – Seth Jarvis