A documentary about hospice care workers, the people who take care of the dying. The film is meant to honor them and all that they do for us. This story follows Philadelphia hospice nurse Michelle Lasota as she navigates the difficult world of Hospice care with humor, compassion, and a passionate drive to help others and their families in the best possible way as the patients come to the end of life. For educational and community screenings as of Fall 2016.
After many years away, filmmaker Leila Sansour returns to her hometown of Bethlehem. Armed with her camera and a dilapidated family car, Leila plans to make an epic film about a legendary town in crisis. Just a few months into filming, however, her life and the film take an unexpected turn when she decides to stay and initiate a campaign to save the city, which is rapidly being engulfed by towering walls. North American premiere in September 2016. #OpenBethlehem
The film follows former enemy combatants - Israeli soldiers from elite units and Palestinian fighters, many of whom served years in prison - who have joined together to challenge the status quo and say “enough." Premiering in the U.S. in September 2016 #DisturbingthePeace
The intimate love story between television superstar Andy Whitfield of “Spartacus” fame and his powerfully charismatic wife, who together take on the most heroic role he’s ever had to play. By facing a personal health challenge with dignity and love, they gently remind us that the journey may well be more important than the destination. #BeHereNow
To understand how the science of yoga can free us to find our authentic selves, as inspired by the life and teachings of Yogananda. #awake
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