Free Lunch is a critical analysis of a widely overlooked area of discussion in regards to the immigration issue; Perception vs. Reality. In Free Lunch we examine the way the American Dream is sold to African immigrants in a way that compels them to sacrifice the wealth they’ve built in their homelands in favor of the potential wealth to be found in the United States.
Bound seeks to address rising interpersonal tension between Africans and African Americans. Utilizing personal testimonials, Bound explores the ways in which colonialism and enslavement have contributed to such a divide.
24 is a short story of 2 boys, Toby and Caz, and their struggle to reach compromise under dire circumstances. 24 is a story of betrayal, deceit, and ultimately a quest for forgiveness and redemption. Toby, the son of a pastor, is confused about his […]
Boys Cry is an exploration of bullying in America through the lens of an African born teenager. From the Triwar Pictures team and ETH Productions comes a coming of age story that will show a different side of what bullying is.
In a small town on the outskirts of Bangor, Maine; Jobe Williams, an incredibly successful reconstructive doctor and missionary, celebrates his 20th year as the town doctor and surgeon with his family. Having a history of successful living with his beautiful wife, he’s fathered several incredible children […]