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Film by Frances-Anne Solomon (Drama) Editorial department Inspired by the life and times of Caribbean war hero, judge and diplomat Ulric Cross whose amazing life spanned key moments of the 20th Century like WW2, African independence movements, Black Power, the rise of a new brand of Black leadership around the world, events that define our present reality. Written by Frances-Anne Solomon
Brides of Beverly Hills
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Television by Michael Sardo (Comedy and Drama) Editorial department A woman, who quit being an attorney at her father's law firm to become a mediator, copes after her father's death.
Television by Steve Franks (Comedy, Crime and Mystery) Editorial department Think you are psychic? Well so does Shawn Spencer. Shawn and his best friend Gus own a business called Psych. They are able to stay in business only because of the cases they work with Santa Barbara police department as psychics. Shawn and Gus go through many ups and downs trying to keep the ruse up. Can they pretend forever? Or is the world they built going to come crumbling down?
Her Daughter's Eyes
Film (short) by Kirsten Stanley (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department, Editor Isabelle's mother had Multiple Sclerosis. Faced with confusion and new responsibilities, she seeks to understand and accept her mother's MS.
Film (short) by Matthew Frazier (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department After being fired from his job and locked out of his apartment for not paying rent, Roy struggles to find a place to stay, hindered by is self reliant nature and refusal to except the fact that he cannot do everything on his own.
Film (short) by Karolina Szablewska (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Smoulder is a film about a teenage girl, Jacquelyn, who has a very controlling, conservative mother and struggles with her sexuality. Jacquelyn uses her friend's bonfire party to break free of her mother's control and explore having fun as a teenager and her desire for her best friend, Vivian; but, Jacquelyn's mother haunts her subconscious and small town mentality oppresses who she really is further. Jacquelyn is a shy, repressed person, while her best friend is popular, mature, and individualistic. The people at the party also overshadow Jacquelyn, and she must build up her confidence. She makes a move on Vivian, reveals her feelings, and crosses a line in their friendship upon which she can't return from. The film approach is surrealistic. Written by Anonymous
TV Movie by George Erschbamer (Drama and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Two women jokingly agree to kill each others' husbands. Then one really does and blackmails the other into killing her own.