Ricardo, the milquetoast son of a Mexican bandit, would rather lead a quiet life in Boston. But the family would rather that he follow in his father’s footsteps and become “The Kissing Bandit”.
High school senior Elle juggles a long-distance relationship with her dreamy boyfriend Noah, college applications, and a new friendship with a handsome classmate that could change everything.
When teenager Elle’s first kiss leads to a forbidden romance with the hottest boy in high school, she risks her relationship with her best friend.
Gone for the Moment (2019) is a short war film directed and edited by Josiah Dunjey. The film stars Peter Sullivan as Charles Seymour among other notable cast members such as Lachlan Macritchie (Private Bridges) and Carla da Silva (Lily Blackwood). Produced and written by Peter Sullivan, the film follows Charles Seymour (Peter Sullivan) throughout his Italian campaign as an Australian in WW2. Charles feels it is necessary for him to go and fight in the war although his wife Lily Blackwood (Carla da Silva) thinks otherwise.
A mother Susan struggles with the daily reality of losing her husband Paul, who was fighting in Afghanistan. Despite her suffering and further traumatic events, she tries to stay strong for her young daughter Lisa and keep the love for her family alive.
2006, Baghdad is ravaged by sectarian violence. Haifa Street is the epicenter of the conflict. Ahmed gets dropped off there by a taxi on his way to his beloved Suad’s home to ask for her hand for marriage, he gets shot by Salam, a sniper who’s living his own personal hell on a rooftop above.
A story of love, dreams, politics, revolution, and the aftermath of a civil war in Bangladesh.
Inspired by stories of Polish musicians from the 1930-ies/40-ies “Music, War and Love” is an uncommon love story; its romantic heartbeat is sustained by the love of music that draws its characters together. Two young lovers, ROBERT, a catholic opera singer and RACHEL, a Jewish violin virtuoso, dream of one day performing together at legendary Carnegie Hall. When they’re torn apart by the German invasion of Poland, Robert vows to find Rachel, no matter what the war may bring. His search leads him on a life-threatening journey through the heart of Nazi Germany, to a reckoning that Rachel may be lost to him forever.
Shortly after the end of World War II, a con man on the run finds himself in a passionate love affair that may well cost him his life.
Based on André Carl van der Merwe’s book, Moffie (a derogatory Afrikaans term for a gay man) follows the story of Nicholas van der Swart: from a very young age, he realises he is different. Try as he may, he cannot live up to the macho image expected of him by his family, by his heritage. At the age of 19 he is conscripted into the South African army and finds his every sensibility offended by a system close to its demise, and yet still in full force. Set during the South African border war against communism, this is a long overdue story about the emotional and physical suffering endured by countless young men.
In the years prior to World War I, militiamen attached to Poland’s nationalist movement fight for their country’s independence from Czarist Russia’s rule.