Stephen Meyers is about to learn the hard way about life in politics, brilliant at his job and second in command to Paul Zara for Governor Mike Morris’ presidential campaign!
During the Civil Rights movement in the 1960s aspiring writer Skeeter Phelan decides to write a book on the experiences of black women working as maids in Mississippi. In the process of doing this she risks losing all of her friends and family.
John appears to be an ordinary teenager just hanging out with his friends, being popular and involved in all of the sports at school. But we are shown that he is certainly not normal at all, and in fact from another planet an alien. His guardian acts as a father and protects him by moving him around different towns.
A teenager is subjected to bullying online via a social networking site. This is quite a hard-hitting film as it must happen a lot for teenagers in the current society.
A young doctor Martin goes to extreme measures to keep a female patient in hospital with horrendous circumstances.
Based on a true story of a family dealing with the loss of the mother, Benjamin moves his young family of his daughter Rosie and son Dylan to a new house. It just happens to also be a run down zoo which needs doing up and the animals being looked after.
In New York City Brandon is dealing with sex addiction which sees his life spiralling out of control, even more when his younger sister Sissy turns up at his apartment one day.
A comedy drama about 27-year-old Adam who find out he has cancer in his spine. With his best friend Kyle he must then face his fate, with a 50/50 chance of survival.
Oskar a young boy trying to deal with his father’s death after he was in the World Trade Center on the worst day, September 11th. When he finds a key his father left this sends him on an adventure across New York trying to find out what it opens, and what is left behind.
A group of British people who have retired embark on a trip to India to stay at The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. But is everything as it first seems?