Step

The Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women opened in 2009 with a mandate to send every student to college, despite the barriers that their home lives and community might present. Now, as the first class enters its senior year, the stakes are high to achieve that purpose. STEP follows three seniors and their “Lethal Ladies” step dance team, honing in on the trials and triumphs of these tenacious young women, as well as their relationships with the women who champion and challenge them: their mothers.

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Strad Style

Daniel Houck has an obsession: violins, in particular Stradivari: the violin named after Antonio Stradivari, aka Strad, one of the most famous violin makers in the world. Living in his rural Ohio farmhouse, Houck is a 30-something self-taught violin maker. He is an eccentric recluse with little money or prospects in life. Through social media, Houck meets a famous European concert violinist and convinces him that he can create a copy of a "Strad" for a performance. STRAD STYLE brilliantly follows Houck as he fights time, poverty and himself while attempting to achieve his ultimate dream.

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Studio Movie Grill Silver Heart Award Winner
The Silver Heart Award is bestowed upon an individual or film for their dedication to fighting injustices and/or creating social change for the improvement of humanity.
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Sweet, Sweet Lonely Girl

Adele is a friendless young woman living with her wealthy but agoraphobic aunt. She meets Beth and the two become fast friends, but Adele may be drawn to a darkness within her new companion, a darkness that threatens to overtake everything.

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Thrush

Thrush invites the disconnect to our auditory experiences outside of urban landscapes and the lack of sensual, unmediated connection to wild places.

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Tommy's Honour

TOMMY’S HONOUR is based on the powerfully moving true story of the challenging relationship between the dynamic father-son team who ushered in the modern game of golf, and became known as Scotland’s Golf Royalty. At first, Tommy’s talent and fame grew to outshine his father Tom's accomplishments and respect as founder of the Open Championship in 1860. But in contrast to his public persona, Tommy's personal turmoil ultimately led him to rebel against both the aristocracy who gave him opportunity and the parents who shunned his passionate relationship with his wife.

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