A series of films exploring love, loss, and unique journeys of motherhood.
A chilling drama exposing the painful struggle of a young couples journey into parenthood.
As their relationship fractures under the weight of their isolated despair, a mutual friends growing concern finally forces the couple to confront their reality.
Mother to a middle-schooler, Cate has suffered secondary infertility for years--and now finds herself pregnant again. Having long given up on her dream of having another child, she grapples with this new hope. But when Cate suffers a miscarriage, she finds herself in the shoes of countless women, silently grieving a life that will never be.
Sydney is doing everything she can to meet the demands of being a new mom. She feels the pressure to bounce back, care for the baby, and be the best wife. Exhausted from a lack of uninterrupted sleep, a never-ending stream of dirty laundry, and pumping until her nipples are sore, Sydney decides to return to the office as a means to feel “normal” again. However, unable to secure childcare, she remains tied to the house. Turning to her husband Derrick for comfort, whose blind to her unhappiness, a depressed and seemingly alone Sydney loses the battle within herself.
Thrilled to become a mum Carrie’s confidence is shattered when the pandemic hits. Her excitement and resilience crumble on the maternity unit floor, split apart from her partner, and forced to labour alone with Covid. Her trauma becomes entwined with lockdown and ten months on we see the lasting effects on her and her young family.
A redemptive love story of a daughter's memories lost and found in the custard pie or Torta Della Nonna that once made her mom famous.
After struggling to conceive, newly pregnant Lilah takes on cravings, cribs, & crying in the middle of the night. Starring Sigi Ravet, who was 8 months pregnant when the film was shot.
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