Andrea is a young journalist who feels her professional and personal life have come to a halt. But the return of Lorenzo, her former college flame she once dumped, now turned rock star, will give her a new perspective on life, love and being true to herself.
This is the story of a young black boy's pursuit of his dream to become a great artist. Born in 1934 in rural Georgia (and life-long resident of Atlanta), self-taught, visionary artist Lorenzo Scott has had to overcome incredible odds to realize his dream.
Lorenzo is 10 years old, he lives with his few relatives far away from the world; it is the summer of 1960 and even few miles can represent an incredible distance. Especially if, beyond this distance, the reality of this family is threatened by forces of some nature. Among these there is also something, from the other side of the wood, breaks through the night with screams that have nothing of n
The Night of San Lorenzo, the night of the shooting stars, is the night when dreams come true in Italian folklore. In 1944, a group of Italians flee their town after hearing rumours that the Nazis plan to blow it up and that the Americans are about to arrive to liberate them.
Lorenzo is set to a tango and is a story about a self centered and vain cat that taunts the other cats with his food and his beautiful tail. A mysterious street cat sees his behavior and puts a hex on the vain cat's tail making it come alive. The tail goes on to torture and tease the vain cat in a tango till the vain cat is finally forced to get rid of his tail.
Saint Lorenzo Ruiz (c.1600 - September 29, 1637), was born in Binondo, Manila, Philippines. His Chinese father taught him Chinese, and his Filipino mother taught him Tagalog. Both of his parents were Catholic. Lorenzo served at the convent of Binondo church as an altar boy. After a few years Lorenzo earned the title of "escribano" (notary). He became a member of the Confraternity of the Holy Ros
An investigation of language, friendship, and the stories we tell about the world. Lorenzo and Woody walk around a forest and say things. Sometimes the things they say make sense, sometimes the things they say don't. They don't seem to mind, but sometimes they do. 'Am I making sense?' Hard to say; keep talking. Power? The past? Dead ends? The future? Humor? The recorder? Mindfulness? The present
Two men dressed as Cisco and Pancho have been committing murder and robberies. With a reward now posted the real Cisco and Pancho are captured. But the outlaws have one big final job to do and need Cisco and Pancho as alibis. So they break them out of jail and make them prisoners. This gives Cisco and Pancho a chance to escape and clear themselves by bringing in the imposters.