With Q&As with “Augustus” director Jon Alston; “Driving Louise” director Isaac Knopf; “Monroe” director Corey Piper; “One Cold Morning” director Josh Herum; and “Saturday the 15th” director Eric Chandler.
Augustus, a literate carpenter and family man who is living free as a fugitive slave, is faced with a decision to speak or die when denied the wages he’s earned.
When 19-year-old Ezra drives widowed 70-year-old neighbor Louise to visit her husband’s out-of-state grave, she confronts a newfound insecurity about her sexual identity while Louise silently recalls a hidden relationship with a woman 50 years before.
Michael wants to win a rap battle but needs a partner.
A stranger walks into a neighborhood bar and begins telling a story about one of the regulars.
When three young men are found dead in a suburban house, was it self-defense or a drug deal gone south?
Two individuals find themselves in the middle of a lovers’ quarrel.