Rachel wants what most people her age want - to move out of her mother's house. This dream of independence seems impossible as Rachel, who is developmentally disabled, can't be left alone and the social services needed for her to live an 'adult life' are unavailable. _Rachel Is_ is an honest, heartbreaking and funny film about parenthood, disability, and the universal struggle for happiness.
The story of a year's time at Dignity Harbor; one of three homeless encampments along the Mississippi River in the downtown area of St. Louis, north of the Arch. They must survive living in the cold of the harsh winter, but as temperatures drop and tempers rise, the camp members are challenged with living together. All of this while the city looms over, waiting for a chance to move them out.
Trust: Second Acts in Young Lives follows 18-year-old Marlin and her fellow Albany Park Theatre Project actors as they transform her personal story into public expression, inviting family, friends, teachers and classmates to see Remember Me Like This during its seven-weekend run.
Building Babel follows a year in the life of Sharif El-Gamal, the developer of Park51, the so-called 'Ground Zero Mosque,' a Muslim-led community center two blocks from the World Trade Center. With unlimited access to his life at home and in the office, the film paints a portrait of a Muslim-American businessman up against impossible odds.
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