In this touching family drama, Kacie Lewis is a rebellious 17-year-old girl struggling with guilt and anger after witnessing the death of her younger brother. When Kacie is arrested and sentenced to a work-release program at Spirit Riders, an equine therapy camp, she is clearly out of her element. However, she finds a kindred spirit in Blaze, a retired racehorse. Under the guidance of the ranch's no-nonsense owner, Kacie helps retrain Blaze and in the process, learns how to let go of the past, forgive herself and set her spirit free.
When tragedy strikes 10-year old Amanda's family, she spends most of her time at the neighboring horse ranch owned by a business tycoon. The arrival of a spirited white horse creates a new challenge for the ranchers. But Amanda doesn’t lose faith in the beautiful horse, and along with an inspiring and loving horse trainer, they prove that the horse is a true champion, cementing new friendships in the process.
Starring Maisie Williams (Game of Thrones), Kerry Condon (Rome, Better Call Saul) and James Nesbitt (The Hobbit films). An estranged father returns to his hometown after a decade long absence with hopes to rekindle relations with his daughter and ex-wife but unwittingly unravels the family life they've created.
Surrounded by wealth and living with abundant resources in Manhattan, 12-year-old cello prodigy Reggie, lives a solitary life lacking only frequently absent parents and friends. Estranged from family, having slacker boyfriend troubles, and fired from her waitressing job, sometimes musician 23-year-old Eleanor needs a new place to live and a new job.
Steps of Faith is a light-heart dramedy about Faith Houston an accountant, who is directed by God to move to a small town to work on a Hippotherapy farm helping children. Faith is mocked by her family since she doesn't have a rapport with children or animals and is not a devout Christian. Faith decides to follow her heart and move after she encounters several challenges. She finds herself at the farm in the horse stalls shoveling manure. Faith cracks under pressure and leaves after a child is almost injured questioning whether she heard God's voice or not.
When a young man (Corey), is faced with living with the disease “Sickle Cell” everyday, he grows tired of just existing. With very little hope left, he yearns for support. His prayers are answered when he is assigned to a school project dealing with his disease. He battles with this because of his partner, Kevin, a bully & his desire to keep his illness a secret. However, through this experience he finds hope because of a potential cure for his disease. His hope is met with fear from his mom, support from his friend Carrie and uncertainty from within. The question he asks himself is “What if God is waiting on me to act for myself and not just me expecting Him to do it all?”
Armed with an ever growing imagination and eternal optimism, Walt begins to develop skills as an animator early in life. Along with his brother Roy, he overcomes a variety of hardships to become one of the greatest entertainment icons in the world.
The year is 1861. As President Lincoln calls for 75,000 men to join the Union army, the nation teeters on the brink of The Civil War. Meanwhile, a more covert battle waged by the Underground Railroad has been raging for decades. Station master William Hanby helps runaway slaves reach freedom, dangerously defying the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 and putting his own family in peril. The risk doubles when a bounty hunter shows up determined to make money by capturing escapees and returning them to their masters. An inspirational family film, The Light of Freedom will educate and entertain you as it follows the stories of runaway slaves longing to be reunited with their families and the real-life historical heroes who risked their lives to save them.
A ten-year old boy runs away when his mom is reported missing while serving on an overseas Army rescue mission. He finds shelter from the city streets at a local orphanage where his incredible talent at the piano is discovered, and he becomes the star attraction at their benefit concert.
Based on an inspiring true story, Different Drummers follows the heartwarming yet unlikely friendship of two boys growing up in Washington in the 1960s. When David, who is bound to a wheelchair and growing weaker from muscular dystrophy, accurately foretells the death of his fourth grade teacher, a doubtful Lyle, who has an increasingly high energy level, decides to test the existence of God by attempting to get David to run again. A pact is made, and Lyle soon begins to twist the rules in a desperate attempt to give his friend some of his own excess energy. Along the way, the two boys come face to face with life’s most painful truths, and Lyle’s question is ultimately answered in a way he never could have imagined.