Through a collection of interviews, trial footage, home videos and personal testimonies, this documentary explores the lives of the families of the "Emmanuel 9" and their search for answers.
In the mid-1960s, a paleontologist living out in the wilderness uncovers a major dinosaur fossil which she must protect from the malevolent boss on an encroaching construction site.
Valerie wants a regular life for her son Christian, whose crippling form of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder causes him to constantly think violent thoughts.
An optimistic young girl named Sugar finds comfort living on a Southern slave plantation, but her perception of home begins to deteriorate when the master's bitter daughter torments her relentlessly.
Featuring puppetry and live-action, the film centers around Charlie, an inept roach who must save his older brother, Karl, from the clutches of evil: a teenage boy with a penchant for torturing insects.
A daughter breaks the rules of her family's world to gain her father's approval.
A middle school girl from Venezuela is new to the North Carolina public school system. Unlike the other loud kids on the school bus, Melodia lives most of her life in her head.
A fisherman caught in a treacherous storm encounters a monster from the deep and must find his way back to shore with the help of his son, who is in a nearby lighthouse.