FAITH & FAMILY BLOCK

SATURDAY JUNE 13 - 1PM - BROWNCOAT PUB & THEATRE

$10

PARENTAL WARNING

Just because these films are in the “Faith & Family” category do not assume that they are “G” rated. Movies contain violence and objectionable language. Recommended viewing age is 13 and older.

BRAGG N EAST

Directed by Rob Underhill

 

Raleigh, NC   24 min

 

Inspired by true events, a life shattering tragedy unites two former adversaries in search of answers: a police officer and a gang-member, both hardened by years of working the streets.

Bragg N East is a gritty, faith-oriented police drama about hopeless lives in inner-city Raleigh, North Carolina-and of the hope-filled vision of a local cop, Robert, whose inspired outreach of love changes the lives of many in that community-especially that of the gang member and drug dealer, Dae’Quan.

CHUB

Directed by Samuel Albis

 

United States   27 min

 

Chub is a story about a kid who gets his bike stolen by the school bully. In the plight to get it back, Chub forms an unlikely friendship with the school rebel, Steph, setting them on a course that will transform their lives forever. This is a story about friendship, compassion and courage. It’s about the difference it can make if just one person believes in you, and you learn to believe in yourself.

IF THE TREES COULD TALK

Directed by Michael Weinstein

 

United States   24 min

 

A young Jewish girl and her family escape the ghetto and seek refuge in the forest. Struggling to survive, their horror is compounded by what may be the girl’s ultimate demise. Can she be saved by a spiritual force more powerful than we can imagine?