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THE GIRL IN THE RED HIJAB
Samira, an outspoken and articulate Muslim girl, gets on the wrong side of a group of students by challenging them on their assumptions about Islam. Offended, they nominate her for homecoming court as a way to embarrass her and then follow with a nasty text campaign....
LAST FLIGHT TO ITHACA
It has been 20 years since the world-weary Ulysses last saw his beautiful wife (Penelope), their toddler son (Telemachus), and his dad (Laertes). His Christmas Eve homecoming, however, is not only thwarted by being on the stand-by list at a snow-choked airport but also...
THE NETWORK
Social networks are everywhere. Although they offer us new opportunities to communicate, they also give us the opportunity to initiate conflict. Friendships can be destroyed as quickly as they're created online. The Network is a look at the changing world and...
PINOCCHIO
Pinocchio talks, walks, and ends up getting into big trouble when two foppish scallywags, Candlewyck and Sterling, latch onto the stringless puppet and cart him off to the circus. With a little help from a friendly clown, Pinocchio outsmarts the rapscallions only to...
SNOW WHITE IN THE '70S
Travel back in time with Snow White in this classic fable now set in the strange and magical land of the disco-crazed 1970s.

Snow White hasn't had it easy. She was orphaned at an early age, adopted by a group of Tibetan monks, and started college when she was only...