I Got The Hookup 2, directed by Corey Grant, picks up the action from the original pic, in which Master P and comedian AJ Johnson starred as Black and Blue, two small-time scam artists who sell boomboxes and broken TV’s from their van in a parking lot. Now Black and Blue run a local restaurant, which gets shut down. Seeking cash fast, Black thinks his luck has turned when Blue’s son Fatboy (Fatboy SSE) and his best friend Spyda (DC Young Fly) brings him a stash of stolen cell phones, and Black decides to sell them on the streets. The only problem is, the boxes also contain a Colombian cartel’s stash of Molly, which Spyda decided to go ahead and sell. It’s up to Black to find a way back in the game, get rid of these burners, and pay back the cartel before time runs out.

Swear by Apollo, is a short film that delves into present day ethnic tensions and shines a light on the dark corners of our individual and collective psyche. As seen through the eyes of a Latina doctor, who has suffered a devastating personal loss and a seemingly normal youth from Clearhill High School besieged by racial hatred, we journey into their inner worlds and lay witness to the consequences of their most intimate thoughts. Dramatic life events thrust them into an unfathomable situation where a doctor must choose between succumbing to overwhelming rage or staying faithful to the principles embodied by the Hippocratic oath. The film is a dizzying drama that showcases the severity of our current racial climate and the potentially deluded internal worlds of the people around us. Given the applicability to the global political climate. Skin color may be different our blood is not.

Based on Graham Farrow’s acclaimed stage-play RATTLESNAKES, award-winning writer/director Julius Amedume’s Neo Noir psychological thriller, tells the story of Robert McQueen. McQueen’s typical day takes a turn for the worst when he’s ambushed by three masked men, who accuse him of sleeping with their wives. He pleads his innocence, but what he does reveal will not only change all of their lives forever – but will it be enough to save his?

A streetwise posse idly roams the evening in the hood they call home. Diva and Astro follow parallel paths in real time, hurtling irrevocably toward the consequences of the habits they find hardest to overcome.

#BeforeYouShoot is an emotionally, thought-provoking documentary that humanizes the lives of Black Men in America to Law Enforcement, Media and Society. #Beforeyoushoot, know that they are fathers, brothers, sons, community leaders, change agents and loved ones. This time, we are telling OUR OWN STORIES.

Created in collaboration with Merck, directed by Ani Simon-Kennedy and narrated by acclaimed actress and producer, Viola Davis, the film attests to the resiliency of the human spirit and challenges the national perception of life with type 2 diabetes. Interviews with patients and their loved ones, as well as doctors, advocates and thought leaders in the space, explore the larger diabetes ecosystem at work and help to reinforce type 2 diabetes as an urgent public health issue that cannot be ignored, especially among underserved populations.

Coralie runs away from Switzerland. She arrives in Paris to take her chance into Hip Hop music. She’s hired as a cook in a local association in the parisian suburb of Saint-Denis. Coralie meets Issa, the rising star of the hood…

College athlete Cairo Jones quickly goes from Big Man on Campus to Public Enemy Number 1 when he is falsely accused of rape.

Unscripted’ is about a successful movie actor who seeks serious acknowledgement as a theatre actor with a Shakespearean play, all while overcoming his troublesome ego and unstable relationship with his girlfriend.

Tension arises when Journalist Jomari Young seeks out Mexican Attorney Jorge Ramiro to take on his wrongful termination suit against his employer after he was fired for speaking out against racial injustice.