Lily is the only girl at school without a phone. That is until she finds one in the recycle bin - a magical phone that transforms her into the popular girl she always dreamed of being - new friends, new looks, a boyfriend. Her best friend Sierra believes the power of a fairy tale is at work - and when the phone dies the spell is broken. Lily soon realizes she can’t live without her new phone. But when Sierra secretly steals it back, Lily discovers she never really needed it, or the boyfriend. The confidence the phone gave her was within her all along.
The forces of fairy tales continue to infiltrate the lives of Lily and Sierra and all their friends and foes at school. They discover love and adventure and help others find it too.
CUP OF CHEER is a ridiculous and laugh-out-loud-funny satire of every cheesy Christmas movie you've ever seen. The film follows Mary, a big city journalist who heads off to her charming hometown of Snowy Heights to write an article about the town's world famous Christmas cheer. But upon (literally) running into the grumpy but endearing Chris, the owner of Cup of Cheer, Mary learns that his charming hot cocoa shop is going to be shut down on Christmas Eve. And it's her ex boyfriend that's shutting it down. Using her big city smarts and her Christmas cheer, Mary unites the town in an effort to save Cup of Cheer, and to save Christmas.
Damon (Kristian Bruun) spends his waking hours searching for that elusive something. Whether it’s for deeper meaning, love, or just “treasure” on the beach with his metal detector, but to no avail. So when Damon meets an offbeat musician named Phoebe (Cara Gee) handing out flyers for a one way trip to Mars, a bond quickly forms. She’s
going to help him find that thing he is looking for by sending him 33.9 million miles away, even though what he needs might be right in front of him.
A transient road film featuring an array of young drifters wandering throughout the U.S. with varying degrees of purpose, or lack-thereof , “States” is a multifaceted meditation on freedom – via Twain, Kerouac, Altman, Linklater... - and an outsider's love letter to America and the searchers of its endless highways.
Brash Los Angeles talent agent Max Roth unexpectedly inherits a small peach orchard from an eccentric Aunt – in Canada. Max travels to British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley expecting to make a quick sale to foreign developers and move on. His life changes as he becomes enchanted with the countryside, the old house, and a firebrand activist named Olive who is hell-bent on stopping the sale.