11:55AM (29 mins) drama
dir. Kyle Romanek
Inspired by a true story, F.A.M. is a half-hour drama about a black blended family trying to live a normal life in the all-white suburb of Roswell, GA. The story covers the life of Trey, who is trying to balance his relationship with three women: Traci - his ex and the mother of his child, Dara - his new wife, and Olivia - his 15-year-old daughter who is struggling with her sexuality. Trey navigates the challenges of having a child coming out in a subculture of homophobia and co-parenting with a woman hellbent on destroying his marriage.
11:44AM (11 mins) drama
dir. Bader Alshuaib
A conservative Muslim man living in America speaks with his wife regarding gun laws one fine day. Later, he finds out his daughter fooling around with a friend of hers in the bedroom resulting in a fight of ethics between the father and mother, threatening dangerous consequences.
11:30AM (14 mins) drama, period piece
dir. Quincy LeNear Gossfield, Deondray Gossfield
Welcome to the world of Claude McKay, a gay writer of the Harlem Renaissance whose racy 1926 novel, Home to Harlem, became the first best-seller published by a Black writer. Surrender your preconceptions of story and how it’s told; you’re at the Congo Cabaret.