From an FBI officer to a delusional murderer, Renato plays both sides of the law. Check out his theatrical reel filled with his latest roles in Criticsized, The Story of Jon Warland, Moustache, and others . . .
Jack Donaldson, (Callum Blue), is trying to capture a killer named William Reynolds (Kerr Smith) who is taking revenge on his critics for ruining his fledgling career as a film director. This dark . . .
Bill falls in love at first sight with a beautiful woman in a jazz club. She plays hard to get with him through her seductive wit, but Bill charms her and proves himself worthy of her attention. It appears that . . .
Joe, a blue-collar mechanic and life-long Jersey guy, grapples with his best friend, Ray, “coming out of the closet,” which sets off a chain of events that affect his entire inner circle and forces Joe to weigh the . . .
Fate leads Kory to a rustic dive bar, only to encounter, Chad, his childhood tormentor. Another Round looks at the sad epidemic of bullying from the perspective of two men who lived it through opposite . . .
Frank and Michael explore a beach, a diner, and contrasting perspectives on life after a night out on the town in this philosophical comedy. As Frank’s love life seems to have ended before it even had . . .
When an unemployed marketing wiz and her equally desperate ad man realize a prophet could equal profit, they set about using their skills to build the perfectly marketable religion with themselves . . .
Told in the first person by Guiseppe D’Angelo, That Trembling Sun chronicles the fictional life and times of an Italian-American who tries to successfully integrate his family into American society in the . . .
When 8-year old Billy Mayfield is abducted at an amusement park owned by RJ Tonnelle, one of the richest, most famous and powerful men in America, a relentless investigation led by Billy’s tireless mother . . .
Camille, a stunning but sickly French courtesan, discovers the true meaning of love when she meets Armand, a passionate admirer who is determined to take her away from Parisian excess and nurture her . . .