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Love and Hope of the Next Generation

Release: 2013

Living with a rare condition affecting motor control, Jonathan transforms into a new body through the love of his wife Elizabeth, who together create an open minded human race.

Romance

Cast: Jake Novak, Emmy Ross

Made for Directing Image and Sound at Emerson College

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A Life Imperfect

Release: 2013

Genre: Drama/Romance

Michael and Emily have been together for years. But when Michael comes home in a wheelchair from fighting in Iraq, he comes home with one arm missing and chronic PTSD. Due to Michael’s condition, Emily is forced to adapt to the way their relationship is now.

Cast: Uriah Barker, Sarah Metcalf

Made for Directing Image and Sound at Emerson College

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Seven Days

Release: 2013

Genre: Drama

Joanne, is a young poor pregnant woman. Not sure what she should do because money is tight, Joanne goes in for a usual check up with her doctor. Upon her visit her doctor informs her that a rare heart defect. Not sure if she wants a child at all, she contemplates an abortion which is scheduled to take place in the next seven days. Meanwhile, Joanne’s unborn child imagines his hypothetical life, through childhood, college, marriage and finally, old age.

Cast: Maria Jan Carreon, Christopher Gaskell, David Wotton, Walker Morgan, James A. Cajigas, Emmy Ross

Made for Directing Image and Sound at Emerson College

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Playtime

Release: 2013

Genre: Drama

While playing ball an innocent child’s life is cut short when a teen is distracted while texting a friend.

Cast: Malcolm Meyer, Alejandro Gonzalez

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The Last Taboo

Release: 2013

Genre: Documentary/Romance

The Last Taboo tells the gripping and heart-warming story of six people with various physical disabilities and an able-bodied partner who was in a relationship with one of them. These individuals share their perspectives on intimacy, relationships and what their experiences have taught them about themselves. The Last Taboo asks us to step outside of our comfort zones in order to reconsider our misconceptions regarding disability, identity, gender, attraction, beauty and sexuality.

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I Care: A Documentary About Independent Living

Release: 2013

Genre: Documentary

I Care: A Documentary About Independent Living explores the lives of five individuals with disabilities and their Personal Care Attendants who help them live life as independently as possible. It is the story of survival, trust, dignity and having the choice of how we want to live our lives.

Sponsored by the Service Employees International Union

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Meet Annabelle

Release: 2010

Genre: Drama/Comedy

Alec (Michael Moran) is a young American single writer with cerebral palsy looking for love and acceptance. Speaking through his bitter but physically attractive able-bodied alter ego from Britain, he admits his thoughts about society and past dates to a sex doll called Annabelle, who truly sees the beauty in him.

Cast: Michael Moran, Samantha Wilson, Nicola Chávez-Courtright, Mari Adams

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The Tell-Tale Heart

Release: 2009

Genre: Psychological Thriller

A caregiver named Clive, (Paul Horn of Gone Baby Gone) working in a nursing home develops a sexual attraction towards an old man who does not reciprocate. However, the constant noise of the heartbeat cannot be ignored. The question is, whose heart is it?

Cast: Paul Horn
 
 

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The Raven

Release: 2008

Genre: Drama

Remembering his wife who died at an early age, Edgar (Paul Horn of Gone Baby Gone) descends into depression going in and out of reality overwhelmed with memories of his lost love, Lenore (Marianne Ryan of American Experience: John and Abigail Adams). He is visited by a raven that offers him nothing but advice and forces him to not forget the past but move forward in the future living life to the fullest only to find it is his own voice of reason.

Cast: Paul Horn, Marianne Ryan

Sponsored by No Limits Media

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