Kinema is excited to celebrate AAPI Heritage Month with our 2nd Annual AAPI Storytellers, a virtual film festival focused on movies made by American filmmakers of Asian and Pacific Islander descent and featuring exciting new titles that you can host too.
In the historic Donbass region of eastern Ukraine, the people try to survive in the heart of chaos, where violence disguises itself as peace, propaganda becomes univocal truth, and hatred reigns in the name of love. Every booked screening supports the Ukraine Crisis Fund.
Ukrainian surgeon Serhiy is captured by the Russian military forces in the conflict zone in Eastern Ukraine. Upon release he returns home to his family and must learn how to love and trust again. Every booked screening supports Ukraine Crisis Fund.
Four short stories are set along the roads of Donbass during the war. In this world, where tomorrow may never come, not everyone is defenseless and miserable. Every booked screenings supports the Ukraine Crisis Fund.
Support Ukraine: 'The Earth is as Blue as an Orange'
Single mother Anna and her four children live in the front-line war zone of Donbas, Ukraine. Their passion for cinema motivated them to shoot a film inspired by their own life during a time of war. Every booked screening supports the Ukraine Crisis Fund.
April is Autism Acceptance Month. Book this uplifting story of one man's journey through an experimental autism treatment program. 'Let Me Be Me' is a beautiful story about fashion designer Kyle Westphal.
Musician turned filmmaker, Sol Guy, turns the camera on himself and his family in this courageous exploration of identity, fatherhood, life, and death. This special film is available for advance booking now.