UNFREEDOM is an urgent contemporary thriller about a society torn apart by political, religious, and sexual turmoil. Shifting between New York and New Delhi, the film juxtaposes two powerful and unflinching stories about religious fundamentalism and intolerance, one of which follows a Muslim terrorist attempting to silence a liberal Muslim scholar, while the other is about a young woman who defies her devout father and escapes an arranged marriage because she is secretly embroiled in a taboo lesbian romance.


Three small town characters are inching toward their breaking points. This film explores their personal pain, suffering & madness which could bring all of them to kill as many as they can at a local Shopping Mall in an American City.

Fifty people are dead and more injured. Three characters are present at the Mass Shooting: A Black Marine back from war, A lost and bullied Teenager, and a trashy racist Redneck. Which one of them is a mass murderer and why?


An undocumented brown man running from ICE agents hides out in a small deteriorating mining town in the mountains of Montana until he is forced to work with a small-time crook and drug dealer to save a young white homeless girl.


During an era of escalating and unquestioned segregation during World War II, a blacks-only Marine boot camp at Montford Point, a satellite facility of Camp Lejeune in North Carolina was established. For the first irrefutable time in US history, African Americans were combat trained and deployed in segregated units. The Montford Point Marines overcame racial stereotypes and overwhelming political and social stigma, breaking training and artillery records. On June 27th, 2012, they were awarded the Congressional Gold Medal for their valor, determination, and accomplishments. It took 70 years to bring them this recognition.

Black Boots shines the light on the tribulations of those who answered the call of a divided nation and is a tribute to the sacrifice and patriotism of the First Black Marines.