His supportive wife couldn’t bet on his talent for him, Chef G had to bet on himself…
Sam (Parker Padgett) is in the prime of his life—senior year, carefree, good friends and a new girlfriend, Ana (Devon Hales). When a surprise pregnancy forces Sam to face the realities of adulthood and responsibility, things spiral out of control, as he simultaneously tries to fight to find his own truth: why his dad hasn’t been in his life since one, fading memory.
The restoration of (and history housed within) the Sarasota Courthouse is explored in this documentary.
These musical legends not only helped shape jazz, but continue to inspire Tampa Bay talent today.
STATE OF RODEO follows the stories of the people that keep the Rodeo tradition alive and explores the 500-year history that binds generations of Floridians from the first Spanish explorers, to the Native American cow-keepers, to the pioneer Cracker families, and even to today’s urban cowboys. This is Florida, this is the State of Rodeo.
Pop-culture-obsessed Cam Parker creates, gifts (to celebrities), and surrounds himself with his art.
In this exercise in tension, a barefoot woman breaks into a pregnant Sarasota couple’s home.
With only Detective Byrnes support, Genevieve (a clairvoyant PI) assists in a skeptical police forces investigation.
Side stepping sensationalism, this documentary finds humanity in the story of Mary Thorn’s pet alligator: Rambo.
Through photos, letters, and interviews, this FSU- produced documentary chronicles war photographer Charlotte Mansfield’s pioneering career.
Bonded with his bees (filmed here in stunning detail), Rye (a Sarasota beekeeper) builds up his business.
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