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The Human Race Gets A Second Chance.


In 2155, through a multi-dimensional portal, an alien invasion annihilates nearly the entire human race. Some of the people who manage to survive are miners hidden on the dark side of the moon.


Years after the invasion, and with the use of new technology, three soldiers are sent back to Earth. Their plan is to connect with the human resistance and end the occupation of the aliens.


Upon arrival, our three heroes soon find themselves face to face with the all-powerful guardian of the portal known as the Sentinel and its army. Despite being completely outnumbered, the soldiers are determined to accomplish their mission at any cost and reclaim Earth.

This is the incredible true story of Emanuele Assuero, a blind artist who has the extraordinary gift of making true-to-life portraits just by listening to human voices.  As people learn of his amazing ability, Emanuele becomes a TV star. He tries to retain his dignity in a world where his gift is marginalized.

Starring the legendary Faye Dunaway (3-time Oscar winner/nominee, 10-time Golden Globe winner/nominee) and Kevin Spacey (2-time Oscar winner, 9-time Golden Globe winner/nominee).

Current version is in Italian with English subtitles.

An English version is coming soon…

In February 1945, over eight hundred black women from the United States joined the U.S. Army and were sent to England to clear the three-year backlog of undelivered mail. Faced with racism and sexism from every direction, they managed to sort more than 17 million pieces of mail.

Led by Major Charity Adams, the highest-ranking black female in the U.S. Army during World War II, the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion, "The SixTripleEight", was the only all-black female unit of the Women's Army Corps to serve in Europe during the war.

Their mission: Get the backlog of mail that was stacked to the ceilings in Quonset huts in Birmingham, England to the soldiers. They adopted the motto, "No Mail, Low Morale."  In three months, they processed over 17 million pieces of mail working three eight-hour shifts, seven days a week, 24 hours a day.

Note: Tyler Perry is currently in post-production on a movie version starring Susan Sarandon, Kerry Washington & Oprah Winfrey.

The logo graphic on the poster is the Congressional Gold Medal designed by the United States Mint.  The legislation was signed into law by President Biden in March 2022.

In this crime comedy, an out-of-work hitman finds employment as a janitor at the local elementary school. What could go wrong?

Max is trying to be a hitman. But like any aspiring entrepreneur, business can go south. Without a contract and in need of a job, Max finds employment as a janitor at the local elementary school. While Max tries to make sense of his new, murder-free environment, he finds himself under the surveillance of Lucy, a 10-year-old student who knows about Max’s prior occupation and wants to hire him to knock off her class bully. Wanting nothing more than to be a hitman, Max accepts the contract... but something is stirring inside him. As Max and Lucy’s worlds collide, and low rent mobsters become entangled in the hit, Max must choose between fulfilling his hitman dreams and recognizing the humanity of his target.

This important & current documentary reveals the balance our planet needs to survive while we continue to have technological advances. We must find a balance to safeguard our planet while advancing as a society.

Laugh Loud, Laugh Proud.

Laugh Proud is Emmy® 2024 qualified for Outstanding Variety Special (Pre-recorded) and Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special.

Taped on July 1, 2023, eight diverse LGBTQ+ comedians take the stage, including pioneer gay stand-up comedian Jason Stuart. Local trans drag activist legend, Jazzmun Nichcala Crayton, is the hostess with the mostest.

Sing My Song follows Barbara “Ka Yee” Lee, an award-winning broadcast journalist and community advocate, on her decade long journey to discover why there are no Asian pop stars from North America.

As a songwriter who doesn’t fit the popstar image, the only thing left for her to do is to find a singer for her songs. An insightful, yet poignant search from Vancouver, British Columbia, to Hong Kong to Nashville, Tennessee that will make you think, cry and laugh as you go along the journey with Barbara to make her teenage dream come true.