Anita Panchouri (Natalie Perera) is set to marry a handsome and wealthy Londoner when she has a fate encounter with local singer, Lee de Leon (Machel Montano). Leon agrees to perform at Anita’s engagement party, but their chemistry is undeniable, forcing her to make a decision between her well-off fiancée or the music in her heart.
In theaters on August 5.
Medicine for Melancholy
This romantic indie film about a one-night stand is the perfect date-night flick for lovers who want to remember that first-date feeling. Micah (Wyatt Cenac) and Joanne (Tracey Heggins) must decide if it’s worth working through their political differences to build their potential relationship.
Night Catches Us
Kerry Washington, Anthony Mackie, Wendell Pierce, Jamie Hector, and Tariq Trotter star in this politically charged drama from 2009. With the weight of his former Black Panther leader on his conscience, Marcus (Anthony Mackie) returns to his hometown of Philly to convince them of his innocence and rekindle his romance with Patricia (Kerry).
Middle of Nowhere
Ava DuVernay‘s award-winning film Middle of Nowhere is a must-see film about a wife’s struggle to remain faithful to her husband after he is sentenced to eight years in prison.
Ruby (Emayatzy Corinealdi) finds love in Brian (David Oyelowo) then has to choose between the relationship that could be or her marriage.
Michael Rainey, Jr. is charming as the 11-year-old Woody Watson, who spends the day with his uncle (Common), who finds himself in a life-threatening position during a drug deal gone horribly wrong.