Films By Women Block #3

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After fleeing home with her three children, a mother faces a difficult choice when her oldest daughter decides she wants to return home - setting off a dangerous chain of events.


She just wants to belong.
A woman with a checkered past becomes obsessed with the young moms who meet outside her window and goes to drastic lengths to join their clique.

Here Today

You Okay?
A high school girl struggles to find her own identity with a new group of friends and discovers that together, their choices have an impact beyond what they ever imagined. This universally autobiographical tale, written by 16-year-old Meredith Grace Dabney, is a reminder of vulnerability, life’s connections and most importantly that words and actions, however small, affect everyone and everything. HERE TODAY is a voice for people who are in that dark place. The film speaks as a voice of encouragement and love, and to educate on the topics of suicide, anxiety and depression. Most importantly, it serves as a reminder that wherever you may be on your journey in life, YOU are valid and important. Every single action, word, and encounter you have, as part of your life’s journey, has an everlasting impact and truly does matter.

The Ticket

It takes more than a buck to win.
A young man meets his future self and receives a warning not to play a winning lottery ticket.

A Tango To Remember

“A Tango to Remember” is a short film drama about a wife whose husband suffers from Alzheimer’s. Can music and dance bring his memory
A Tango to Remember: the romance of a woman and her husband – who suffers from Alzheimer’s. She brings him to the pier in Jersey City where they first met, and where they so enjoyed dancing when they were young and in love. She brings with her the music so familiar, that they both shared, in hopes, he will find the memories of their past locked up somewhere in the corridors of his mind.