Fifteen-year-old Owen Norris is at the top of his graduating middle-school class, and wants to know how the world works. He has no friends, spends almost all of his time studying, and has an almost nonexistent relationship with his white-collar parents, whom he sees for ten minutes a day. But his boring suburban life changes when, he meets Congressman Lawrence Connor and his young nephew Caleb. Connor is immediately taken with Owen’s intelligence and wit, and Caleb is immediately taken with Owen. As Caleb and Owen become close friends, Connor offers Owen a chance to learn how the world of politics really works by acting as his “youth campaign spokesman” for the upcoming Senate primaries. What starts as a fun way to make some extra summer cash takes a dark turn as Owen learns the frightening truth about the deranged secret world of politics in which he is now involved.
In the final days of her senior year Mandy Meyers is forced to change high schools when her father's business moves the family from Washington, D.C. to Los Angeles, California. As attractive as she is intelligent, Mandy sees McDermott High as a chance to start fresh, have some fun, and try things she's never done before. On Mandy's first day of school, McDermott High's two prettiest yet cruelest seniors befriend Mandy and attempt to show her the wild side of Southern California high school life. Likewise, the entire male senior class has also taken notice of Mandy, and she's soon being chased by both an apathetic yet charismatic stoner, and a star football player.
Still guilt-ridden over the accident that took his family's lives, Eric Norris discovers that his body is host to a parasite from another world. Except, it is more than a parasite: it carries his DNA. Is this his new son or--as the government believes--a threat to mankind?
"InAlienable" stars Richard Hatch (Battlestar Galactica), Courtney Peldon (Boston Public), Marina Sirtis (Star Trek: Next Generation), Erick Avari (Stargate, Heroes) and Walter Koenig (original Star Trek). The strong supporting cast includes Jay Acovone (Stargate SG-1), Judy Levitt (Babylon 5), Andrew Koenig (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Pat Tallman (Babylon 5), Gary Graham (Alien Nation, Star Trek: Enterprise), Alan Ruck (Star Trek: Generations, Ferris Bueller's Day Off), Philip Anthony Rodriguez (Jake 2.0, Star Trek: Enterprise) and Tim Russ (Star Trek: Voyager)
Mr. Blue Sky was used by the White House and the Obama Administration as an educational tool to help educate Serbian leaders in the possibilities of people with Down Syndrome. Currently the life expectancy of a child with Down Syndrome in the county is only 10 years.
Mr. Blue Sky is a touching and inspirational drama about a woman with Down syndrome starring Chaney Kley, Richard Karn and Mary Kate Shellhardt.
An unconventional love triangle between three childhood buddies; two girls, one born with Down syndrome, and one boy, who all grow up fighting who they are inside, how they are perceived by society as a whole, and who they ultimately strive to become as individuals through the obstacles that are inherently present.
Mr. Blue Sky is a ground-breaking film that explores the romantic relationship of a woman born with Down syndrome and a "normal" male, as perceived by today's society. Mr. Blue Sky attempts to break down society's barriers, much like "Guess Who's Coming To Dinner?" did in the 1960's, as it aims to "change lives" through "changing minds."
Mr. Blue Sky is a heart-grabbing story that will ultimately change the way society views all people as "individuals" first and foremost.
In 1827 the slave ship Guerrero struck tragedy when it sank off the coast of Florida during a high-speed chase through reef infested waters. Through rough weather, cannon fire and deception begins a three-year saga involving 561 captive Africans that includes five nations. Join us as modern-day expeditions race to locate the ship's remains and "The Guerrero Project" unfolds with intense emotion, gritty reality, high-seas adventure and persistent hope for an ultimate resolution to this lost piece of history.
“The cultural and historical significance of this find is inestimable. The story of the Guerrero is one that needs to be told.”
-Kweisi Mfume, former PresidentCEO NAACP
“This is truly a momentous exploration and educational endeavor”
-Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Harvard Professor