Intelligent, beautiful, defiant, Jenny has the courage to follow her desires to get what she wants, but at what price?
When our deepest desires lead to emptiness, and we sacrifice those we love, can hope survive?
A Happy Divorce deals with the growing epidemic of suicide head on, while exploring the most valuable gift we possess- Life itself.
An attractive young, professional woman, named Eve, is preparing herself to go out. Her girlfriend Grace has introduced her to a “hot, young, successful, Doctor,” named, of all things, Adam. Eve slightly apprehensively goes to Adam’s apartment. They meet, chat, have a drink and are getting along just great. Eve begins to relax. They clearly have a nice chemistry. Their conversation is light, clever and witty. Everything seems to be going wonderfully until the conversation turns to politics. Suddenly, everything goes south and the “blind date” takes a dark and completely unexpected turn.
Do women make better cops? Captain Esposito commander at Newark’s toughest precinct is tasked to test the theory. When an undercover female officer gets in over her head, a special all female undercover unit is created to get her out alive. He assembles a group of female officers that have a special skill set, a no-nonsense approach and some disciplinary problems. Working together as a cohesive unit proves to be a tough task. They will even bend the law to get some semblance of order in their chaotic world and justice in a flawed system. The responsibilities of life on the force take a toll on the officers, as they struggle to balance their personal lives with the strain of the job. Follow these four strong women as they learn to work together and put their personal feelings aside to save the day and bring a fellow officer home safely. Other facets of the city that are explored in the series are the government and bureaucracy, schools and the news media. The show was co-created by 20 year veteran Lieutenant Sharon Easton and Veteran filmmaker Michael A. Pinckney.
Father Be With Us is a story of healing and reconciliation of the family after a tragedy strikes. The Tillmans are a middle class African American family in a New York City suburb. A few years after the untimely death of his wife, the patriarch of the family, Jeremiah Tillman, loses his life during a confrontation with and over zealous police officer. On the day of Jeremiah’s funeral, his two youngest sons, Brandon and Camron, reunite with their distanced older brother, Aaron, for the services. The boys’ aunt, Corinthia, is now the glue to try to hold everything together. The brothers must break down some heavy walls between them in order to restore love. Perceptions of the cause of their father’s death enrages and weighs the family down, but the actual truth may be even more disheartening. Father Be With Us is a short story that touches on the issues of police brutality, racial profiling, gang culture, community unification and power, and brotherhood.
FIRST DISCO - Culture Club are no. 1, everyone’s glued to Knight Rider, and Kelly Harrison is not only experiencing her first crush, she’s going to her first disco. The only problem is that she’s getting train tracks before her big night and becomes besieged by self consciousness. However with the help of her best friend, Kelly realises what’s really important in her life.
Meet Lawrence & Elizabeth Sheridan. Their once happy marriage is derailed in a way neither of them ever saw coming.
What if…Then What? is a dramatic story of a friendship being torn apart by bullying. It follows 11-year-old, Cameron Walker and his friendship with Kyle Morris. Cameron is aware that they are growing apart from one another which started when Kyle joined the school’s basketball team. What begins as harmless “roasting” from Kyle's teammates, turns into full blown bullying. Though it bothers Cameron, he tolerates it because he knows how important basketball is to Kyle. But he can no longer take the public disgracing. Cameron is determined to get even with Kyle and his teammates for bullying him.
Tamara Morris is tormented by a traumatic event from her past and it's starting tomake balancing her emotions a daily struggle. Although she is a strong, nurturing woman whoadores her family, like many mothers, she is overworked and ignoring her own mental health in orderto care for everyone else. Young Tessa is only 8 years old, but she is what many would consider anold soul. She is wise beyond her years and very protective of her mother. There are times when theroles of mother and daughter seem reversed, with Tessa playing the role of caregiver even going sofar as to try and make sure her mother has taken her medication.