Jennifer Jason Leigh
Jennifer Jason Leigh | Actor
A young man from the countryside decides to visit his father, a modernist painter in Manila; not knowing that his father has come back to the province to heal from depression. He still stayed in Manila to find a job and he meets a nude model scheduled to pose for his father. Struck by her beauty he pretends to be his father. Developing a relationship based on a lie turns things for the worse when Stella begets a strange skin disease that turns off Miguel. Surrounded by strange characters Miguel is driven into a frenzied realization about beauty, lust, love and being true to one's self.
The Excalibur Kid
Zack doesn't have your ordinary adolescent problems. Transported back in time to medieval England, he lands in the middle of a vicious battle between an evil witch and Merlin, the master sorcerer, for control of Arthur's kingdom. It's up to Zack to help Merlin and Arthur reclaim the magic sword Excalibur and return Arthur to his rightful place on the throne.
Newbie And The Disasternauts
In the future, kids can buy real experiences in the same way they play video games today. Newbie decides to spend his money on a trip to outer space. Unfortunately after a crash he lands his rented ship and crew onto a tiny asteroid… Meet Newbie the Captain and his rusty crew of Astronauts (“The Disasternauts”), suddenly lost in space.
The Drive follows a makeshift family of roomates as they become entangled in each others lives while struggling to find their way on East Vancouver’s Commercial Drive.
Set in Valco, a fictional supermarket in the north-west of England, Trollied is an eight-part sitcom that puts a comic twist on one of our most familiar surroundings. Acting deputy manager Julie struggles to assert her authority and fails at almost every attempt to make a good impression on store manager Gavin. She also has something of a crush on Gavin, who manages to rebuff her clumsily executed flirtations - that is, if he's aware of them at all.
The Mall The Merrier
A story of Moira (Vice Ganda) and Morissette (Anne Curtis), rival sisters who must come together to defeat evil and make sure that a special, magical book doesn’t go to the hands of those with bad intentions.
Ajari Aku Islam
Kenny (Roger Danuarta), a Medan Chinese young man and Fidya (Cut Meyriska), a Batak Melayu Muslim girl, like each other. However, cultural and religious differences cause their parents do not approve of their relationship. Kenny's parents want Kenny to marry his fiance who has been separated for several years, Chelsea Tan (Shinta Naomi). At the same time, Fidya's old lover Fahri (Miqdad Addausy) returns from studying Islam in Turkey