Black Racklin has everything one could dream of in life, success, respect, money, but he’s dead…emotionally. He has a recurring dream of a train passing by with a passenger beckoning him to “hop on”. But Black hesitates and the train moves on. Consumed with the pressures of his profession as a movie producer in Hollywood, Black, at the end of the day, sits at home and mindlessly channel surfs to escape his reality. One night he becomes transfixed by an alluring character from a soap opera, Katherine, who suddenly appears in his living room, as if by magic, and they instantly fall in love. Is their affection enough to bridge the divide that separate their two worlds? Will Black dare to hop on with her and take a chance, or will it be too late? Featuring stellar performances by a veteran cast and awarded the Auteur Award at the White Sands Film Festival, Channels delves into universal truths about love, life and longing.

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Director: Nat Christian
Starring: Ed Asner, Kim Oja, Nat Christian, Taylor Negron
Year: 2007
Country: USA
Running Time: 107 Minutes
Genre: Drama

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Markets and Festivals

These are the film and television festivals and markets we attend in order to market our films and series, meet with our buyers and look for potential acquisition opportunities.

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