Hope and other punchlines by: Julie Buxbaum
Abbi Hope Goldstein wants to go away to be a summer camp counselor where no one knows her as ‘Baby Hope’ the subject of a famous photograph taken just as a plane flew into World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Noah Stern on the other hand wants nothing more than meet ‘Baby Hope’ and feels that it is fate that they are together for the summer. What happens when they both find out the story behind this famous photograph?
Immoral Code by: Lillian Clark
When hacker and college student Nari finds out her friend Bellamy’s future at MIT is threatened she and her group of friends hatch a plan to steal from Bellamy’s deadbeat millionaire father.
The love and lies of Rukhsana Ali by: Sabina Khan
Seventeen-year-old Rukhsana Ali is sent away to Bangladesh when her conservative Muslim parents find her kissing her girlfriend Ariana. Being far from all she’s known Rukhsana reads her grandfather’s diaries in hope of realizing what she wants from life and how to keep her family.
Night music by: Jenn Marie Thorne
Ruby Chertok feels suffocated by the pressure to follow in her father’s footsteps as a famous classical musician. Oscar is a Youtube classical musical prodigy that finds himself studying under Ruby’s father. Will Ruby and Oscar’s feelings for each other jeopardize their futures or bring them closer together?
This time will be different by: Misa Sugiura
Despite her mothers’ plans, CJ loves working in her family’s flower shop and arranging bouquets with each flower’s special meaning. What will CJ do when her mother sells the family business to the same family that betrayed them years earlier during the Japanese American internment during World War II?