This short film explores the life and work of the renowned sculptor Aris Demetrios, known for his innovative use of materials and his quest to create art that engages with the natural world. Runtime: 15 Minutes
Who protects the health of the citizens of the United States? This program explains the evolution of the Public Health Service and the PHS Commissioned Corps. Although invisible, they touch millions of lives every day: from fluoridated water to an America free of malaria.
Alex Therien proudly posts her new status as 1st chair in her school band but is quickly mocked with cruel online comments. Continued hits to her social standing drive her to post a sexy selfie which she soon realizes won’t solve her problems. After arguments with her mom and boyfriend she finally decides to express her true self through her music and discovers that sometimes it’s better to shatter the glass than let others dictate who you are.
When Bob, an accountant unsatisfied with his career, is forced to deal with a mystical mechanic, his entire outlook on life is called into question. Runtime: 7 Minutes
A young physicist lives out his life in search of his greatest scientific discovery and finds one extraordinary truth. Runtime: 25 Minutes
A young pastor's world is turned upside-down when he's suddenly thrust into a dangerous hostage situation. The only way he'll be able to get anyone out alive is by bravely reaching out to appeal to the soul of a violent gunman. Runtime: 23 Minutes
After the death of her father, a troubled young woman robs a dry cleaning shop, but a secret from the past forces her to the precipice of truth and denial. Starring Edi Gathegi (For All Mankind, The Harder They Fall, Twilight, X-Men: First Class, StartUp), Todd Grinnell (With Love, One Day at a Time), and Otmara Marrero (Florida Man, StartUp, Connecting). Runtime: 13 Minutes
Three amateur astronomers are perplexed when the newest member of their team intercepts radio signals of seemingly impossible origin. Runtime: 128 Minutes
Returning to Iran after many years in exile in Finland, Sam (Ramin Sohrab) finds that he has not yet escaped his past. A shady figure kidnaps his wife Emma (Jessica Wolff) in order to drag him into a violent scheme for revenge. But Sam is a relentless fighting machine who will stop at nothing to rescue the woman he loves. When it comes to deciding their future, the past will not stand in their way…
Layer of Lies is an adrenaline-fueled thrill ride through the bustling, diverse metropolis of Tehran.
The grand finale to the Green Jack International Film Festival! The awards ceremony offers a once in a lifetime moment as the winning films and filmmakers are presented with a beautiful statue cementing their status in the film industry as an award winner in their respective categories.
During the awards ceremony we will honor Nancy Sinclair, a local Hollywood legend, for her many years of acting work both on stage and in film. Nancy grew up in Baltimore, Maryland and has been singing and dancing since she was three. Her first professional acting job in NY was at the age of 10 in a "Spill and Spell" commercial. At thirteen, she was crowned Miss Teeanage Baltimore, the youngest contestant in The Miss Teenage America Pageant. She was also Miss Teen Southeast in Miss Teen USA and Miss Baseball for the Baltimore Orioles. She loved the travel and meeting people all across the country. A former Radio City Music Hall Rockette, she moved to Califiornia and was hired as one of the original Dean Martin Golddiggers. Nancy's biggest break was on Broadway as the original Standby for the role of Peggy Sawyer in "42nd.Street." She made her Broadway debut and at the request of David Merrick, headed up the first National Tour and the Los Angeles Company where she won the Drama Logue's Critics Award for Best Performance. Some of her regional theatre favorites are the title roles in "Mame," and "Hello Dolly." Including "South Pacific," "1940's Radio Hour," "The Sound of Music," and "Swinging On A Star," where she was nominated for a NAACP Theatre Award to name a few.