Director: David Speace
Runtime: 7:14 minutes
Righteous Sunday is a poem written by Greg Gaul. The poem reveals the true inhumanity of racism as it tells the shocking story of the brutal murder of Mary Turner in 1918. While this is an actual reading of the poem, the film creates through a window of time a powerful, historical recreation of the event. The audience will be disturbed as it experiences what racism was really like in the Jim Crow south.
Fire on the Mountain
Director: Patrick Corcoran
Runtime: 8:31 minutes
A young woman must stop a centuries old demon from unleashing hell on a small town after she fails to complete an ancient sacrifice designed to prevent it.
Filmed in one of America’s oldest deep coal mines featuring practical FX from Emmy award-winning makeup artist Santino Ferrese (Star Trek Discovery, Transformers: Dark of the Moon)
Reading Cares for Puerto Rico
Director: Mateo Toro
Runtime: 45:13 minutes
Follow Me and I Will Be Behind You
Director: Kyle Allison & Taryn Habel
Runtime: 41 minutes
The true story behind the transformative culture of one hotel, the impact of leadership, trusting in the forgotten, and the revitalization of a community.