The Mystery of Gaia

A forest is a mysterious place, and some think it holds the keys to survival. In Jaco Bouwer’s Gaia, the secrets of the forest take root in the very humans who ravage it. Gabi and Winston (Monique Rockman and Anthony Oseyemi) are forest rangers on a survey run deep in the South African forest. When... Continue Reading →

Fantasia Film Festival 2020: Unearth

Farming has always been a life-long commitment, and when the economy changes, this can make a farmer's livelihood more challenging to maintain. In Unearth, we see how the struggle can unleash desperation and the wrath of nature. The Dolans and the Lomacks are friends and neighbors in a rural community. Kathryn (Adrienne Barbeau) is determined... Continue Reading →

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