A series of life-changing moments taking place during pivotal stages, phases, and spaces in time.
Weeks before giving birth to her first child, Dr. Anna Fisher is chosen for a mission to space. Although the decision to go is easy, Anna is faced with the difficult intersection of motherhood and ambition on the way to her dream.
Inspired by a true story, this short film is set in the 1980's and follows the NASA Mission Specialist who paved the way as the first mother in space.
16-year-old Daniel is excited, he just graduated from the Youth Law Enforcement program for young teens who want to pursue a career in law enforcement. During his short walk home, Daniel encounters a few unsavory officers. Scared and alone, Daniel contacts his parents . When Daniel’s parents finally arrive to his location, the situation intensifies and Daniel's life will never be the same.
Gabriella Barton, a recently discharged US Army Staff Sergeant, struggles with loss throughout her post-military life. Loss of purpose and place keep her from moving on and despite there being no more battles to fight, she keeps losing friends. Her only comfort in her haze are conversations with her adoptive brother and fellow veteran, Patrick.
A happy-go-lucky baker is thrown for a loop when an unexpected run-in leads her to a startling realization.
Dinner with friends takes a dark turn and leads a retired jazz singer (Valerie Harper) suffering with Alzheimer's and her caregiver (Liz Torres) to a proverbial crossroads on the streets of East Los Angeles where they encounter The Girl (Harmony Santana) and the three very disparate -- desperate -- women pull each other back into the light.
Two women are separated by a pane of glass, a disease and an uncertain future. ---- A married couple faces the unimaginable when one of them gets sick during the early days of COVID. When Sophia doesn’t respond to Mave’s repeated calls, what starts out as a manageable routine ends in a difficult decision.
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