QUINT is a brilliant scientist who has lost his wife JESSIE to an incurable genetic disease. His kids MILES and FLORA have inherited this disease and are dying.
Quint moves Miles and Flora into an abandoned biochemical research facility where he works on an experimental project to save them. The focus of his research is the Turritopsis Dornhii (the “immortal” jellyfish) known for its ability to spontaneously regenerate.
What if Robin Hood was a homeless ten-year-old girl living in a modern city...(2014) Directed by Hank Isaac
A homeless street waif battles child trafficking, homelessness, bullying, and violence as she attempts to right the world's wrongs.
A professor of psychology, Suzanne finds herself at the peril of one of her former students to declare his love.(2012) Directed by John Stimpson
At the age of six years, Suzanne (Katee Sackhoff) saw her mother kill her father. Twenty-five years later, she is a professor of psychology and lives in fear of becoming a criminal like her mother. As she teaches a course at the university, gunfire broke out on campus, causing several casualties. The author of the shooting is a Suzanne's former patient. The young man named Connor (Grant Harvey) is a dangerous psychopath who kept her track to declare his love. - Written by IvanaHolland (IMDB.com)
What Would You Share In Private?(2015) Directed by Trent England
When Susana leaves Romania with a dream of experiencing a richer life, she arrives in Boston, a city full of strangers and foreign culture. She settles into an apartment and eases into her new life by writing in a journal every evening and committing a private life to its pages. She strikes up a friendship, and eventually a relationship, with her roommate Adam, a budding writer who commits his private life to poetry he reads onstage.
Just as Susana feels comfortable in her new home in Boston, her journal goes missing. Frantic, she tears the apartment apart, looking for the pages that contain intimate information and deep secrets. When she begins to suspect that Adam may have taken the journal, she must ask herself if the one person she has let into her life is the last person she can trust.
Baby is a teenager in trouble, and her last chance is a foster home with a couple whose idea of fun is dog sledding. Still, it beats going to the juvenile detention center. Over time, Baby comes to love the dogs and takes naturally to sledding, but when her old boyfriend, Bobby, shows up, she can't stop herself from running off with him, accidentally taking a puppy along. In no time at all, life with Bobby goes bad and Baby has to make some hard decisions about what she's going to do.