The comic book comes to life! Tossed out of the military after a weapons trial goes lethally wrong, a man becomes the armored superhero Steel - battling the deadly arms when they show up on the streets of L.A.
Bittersweet -- Enter the mind of a disturbed soul.
Bitter/Sweet -- Trailer for Bitter/Sweet
Bittersweet -- Caring For The World Films is pleased to premiere Jan Kohler's first photo essay 'Bitter Sweet'.
In 2008, fifteen year old Honduran high school student,Jan Kohler, volunteered as a translator for the humanitarian organization Cape CARES in the rural village of San Marcos.During his spare time, he took many photographs of the local people.
Impressed with his natural eye for photography, Caring For The World Films director, Debi Lang chose his photograph, entitled 'Pensive Minds' for the DVD cover of the 2009 award-winning documentary 'Return To San Marcos'. Another untitled photograph was selected for the haunting DVD cover of Behind The Lines in Los Encinitos released in the fall of 2010.
Inspired by his experience, he returned to San Marcos in 2009 on assignment with Caring For The World Films. In addition to his translation duties for Cape CARES, Jan's mission was to capture the spirit and hope of the village through its children. He produced a photo essay entitle 'Bitter Sweet' to profile the strength and vulnerability of the children of San Marcos who have forever captured his heart. He is humbled that his photographs have moved others and is grateful to have connected with the people of San Marcos. Jan hopes his photography will inspire others, especially young people to pursue humanitarian efforts in their own communities and around the world.
You can purchase this DVD on our website.
You can view additional work by Jan Kohler in the Behind The Lens Gallery at caringfortheworldfilms.org/
Proceeds from the sale of his prints and the DVD 'Bitter Sweet' will go directly to helping the vulnerable and impoverished children of Honduras. Official selection of the Bayou City Inspirational Film Festival 2010.
Steel -- Shaquille O'Neal sheds his hi-tops for a dazzling suit of battle armor as the latest and greatest DC Comics superhero to wage war on crime.
Is your neighborhood getting a little rough? Better get Steel! The ex-serviceman with the help of a master electronics expert create a high-tech suit of armor no Prom King should be without. See Shaq slam-dunk the new generation of gangs and clean up the neighborhood.
Trailer for Bitter/Sweet.
Upon arrival, Brian is greeted by Ticha (Mamee Nakprasit), a Bangkok PR executive, who has reluctantly agreed to escort him to her family's farm in southern Thailand. Leaving the bustle of Bangkok, their journey through the picturesque landscape is wrought with disagreements and bickering - not made easier when they are joined by friends of Tisha's family Mook ( Kalorin Nemayothin) and Werner ( Spencer Garrett) who recognize there's something more to Brian and Tisha's relationship then meets the eye.
While visiting Thailand to sign off on a prospective crop purchase, an American coffee company executive crosses paths with a pretty publicity professional who leads him to a new way of thinking. Kip Pardue and James Brolin star.
Acclaimed coffee expert Brian Chandler's perfect life is turned upside down when his boss, renegade coffee mogul Calvert Jenkins, sends him to Thailand to inspect a crop of exotic beans. In Thailand Brian is greeted by Ticha who has reluctantly agreed to escort him to her family's farm. Tensions increase as Jenkins throws the deal into panic and Brian's fiance Amanda arrives to check on her beau. (Includes Thai with English Subtitles)
Bittersweet explores the evolution of love and takes a long hard look at the underlying forces that often bring people together while just as often break them apart. With soft, elegant visuals and a number of powerful performances, Bittersweet weaves a meditative spell that will remain with audiences far beyond the closing credits.
A young co-ed who's just been release from prison for a crime she didn't commit plots her revenge against a former lover, who was the real culprit, with the help of a policeman.
Bittersweet explores the evolution of love and takes a long hard look at the underlying forces that often bring people together while just as often break them apart.
Acclaimed coffee expert, Brian Chandler's perfect life is turned upside down when his boss, the renegade coffee mogul Calvert Jenkins sends him to Thailand to inspect a crop of exotic beans.
Basketball superstar Shaquille O'Neal ("Kazaam") sheds his hi-tops for a dazzling suit of battle armor as the latest and greatest DC Comics superhero to wage war on crime. When evil scientist Judd Nelson ("Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back," "The Breakfast Club") begins selling top-secret weapons to LA's street gangs, former military researcher Shaq joins forces with a brilliant electronics expert to build an invincible suit of armor. Layered in his magnetic metal sheath and armed with his own hi-tech weaponry, Shaq transforms into his mythic alter-ego, "Steel." From a secret command center, Steel sets out on a high-powered silver motorcycle to confront Nelson and rid the city of crime. Co-starring Annabeth Gish ("Double Jeopardy," "Nixon") and the original urban crime-fighter, Richard Roundtree ("Shaft," "Seven"). Directed by multiple Emmy-winner Kenneth Johnson (TV's "Incredible Hulk," TV's "V"). Produced by Oscar, Emmy and Grammy-winning producer/composer/performer, Quincy Jones.
Shaquille O'Neal sheds his hi-tops for a dazzling suit of battle armor as the latest and greatest DC Comics superhero to wage war on crime.
Tom and Cassy expose a man who staged a shark attack in order to murder his wife.
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