Only the Brave

Based on the real-life Granite Mountain Hotshots, an elite group of firefighters that courageously battled one of the deadliest wildfires in history, the Yarnell Hill Fire, in order to save an Arizona town.


Only the Brave was originally published on Divine Aim


Crusty Demons 16: Outback Attack

The Crusty boys are back at it. After traveling around the world and jumping over, in and through some of the most exotic and coveted locations ever discovered, filmmakers Jon Freeman and Dana Nicholson decided to dedicate their new film to the island of Australia! Showcasing the best of the best from this fertile island including Maddo, Jacko, Bilko, Sinclair, Sauly, and the insane new breed following in their footsteps, witness the do or die attitude that catapulted these extraordinary Aussies onto the worldwide stage!


Crusty Demons 16: Outback Attack was originally published on Divine Aim

Brothers Hypnotic

For the eight young men in the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, “brotherhood” is literal: they’re all sons of anti-establishment jazz legend, Phil Cohran. They grew up in the same house, in a family of 24 siblings. Cohran and their mothers raised them together on Chicago’s tough South Side on a strict diet of jazz, funk and Black Consciousness. Family band practice began at 6 AM. Now grown, as they raise eight brass horns to the
sky whether playing their unique blend of jazz, hip-hop, and funk in the streets of New York City, collaborating with Mos Def, or wowing a music festival they find the values their father bred into them constantly tested. They struggle to decide whether his principles really are their own.


Brothers Hypnotic was originally published on Divine Aim


In the heart of Ethiopia, Shashamane was dedicated by King Haile Selassie as a homeland for those of African descent. This thoughtful and beautifully shot documentary follows those who have heeded this call to return to their ancestral home and recover their African identity.


Shashamane was originally published on Divine Aim


The next evolution of the Marvel Cinematic Universe brings a founding member of The Avengers to the big screen for the first time with Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man. Armed with the astonishing ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength, master thief Scott Lang must embrace his inner hero and help his mentor, Dr. Hank Pym, protect the secret behind his spectacular Ant-Man suit from a new generation of towering threats. Against seemingly insurmountable obstacles, Pym and Lang must plan and pull off a heist that will save the world.


Ant-Man was originally published on Divine Aim

The Visitant

Based on Actual Events. Samantha plays a ‘Fortune Teller’ at a local carnival, but she is a skeptic about the ‘paranormal’ and all things supernatural – she certainly doesn’t believe in ghosts. But one afternoon, she performs a seance for a distraught woman that ends in unusual things happening, including an energy surge that blows out the lights and leaves Samantha with a bloody nose. From that point on, and throughout the night, strange things continue to occur. Adding to the eeriness is the fact that today (of all days) happens to be the one year anniversary of her husband, Stephen’s, untimely death. Samantha lives alone in the house, a place that is filled with Stephen’s exotic collections – weird masks, statues, talismans and toys. It is obvious that she hasn’t let go yet. Supported by her quirky best friend, Maya, and her Grief Counselor/Psychiatrist, Dr. O’Sullivan (via phone and video chat) Samantha tries to give meaning to the bizarre happenings. The Doctor feels she is relapsing because of the anniversary, so he prescribes medication. Maya is pretty sure that a visitor from the spirit world has attached itself to Samantha – a Visitant. Maya suggests that (per Spiritism) it could be a benign spirit of the 3rd or 4th class… but warns it could also be an evil, lying entity of the 9th or 10th class (of the 3rd order). Throughout the night, Samantha goes from being skeptical, to thinking she’s insane, to believing there actually is a ghost, to ultimately becoming convinced that the entity is her dead husband, Stephen. [Once Samantha discovers that the “distraught woman” she saw that afternoon was the same person who called the police about her husband’s car accident a year ago, she has no doubt the Visitant is Stephen.] This leads to her performing a solo seance in a desperate attempt to reach out to her lost love. Maya races to get to her friend in time. Meanwhile, the house comes to life as Samantha opens herself up to the entity. But is it Stephen?


The Visitant was originally published on Divine Aim