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"Craft of Speed" Mooneyes Documentary

For 30 years, Shige Suganuma and Chico Kodama, two Japanese hotrodders, built Mooneyes, an iconic American speed equipment & custom accessories company, into an international brand, honoring legendary


A CLASSY BROAD is the story of an eighty-seven year old woman, MARCIA NASATIR, who transcends generations, a woman with an insatiable curiosity, a woman who worked hard and still does, a woman who

A Cops and Robbers Story

Growing up in Queens in the 70s, Corey Pegues played cops and robbers like all the other kids on the block but he never expected to become both.

A Crime On The Bayou

It is freedom summer, 1966, on the sweltering Louisiana bayou. In Plaquemines Parish, a young black fisherman, Gary Duncan, sees a some white boys picking on his teenage cousins outside a newly

A Cross To Bear

The World Trade Center "Miracle Cross" was discovered amidst the rubble of the 9/11 attack. It became a symbol of "faith, hope, and healing" for many.

But when the National September 11 Museum


Calasag follows two first-generation Filipino-American entrepreneurs , exploring culture and identity through cuisine, as they work to bring Filipino food traditions to Baltimore.

Maryrose and Dylan

California Landslide

CALIFORNIA LANDSLIDE shares the captivating true story of a devoted dog and two women who develop an unbreakable bond as they are forced to flee their home in Big Sur due to the largest coastal

California Style: Edward H. Fickett

California Style: Edward H. Fickett will critically examine the life and work of master architect of Edward H. Fickett, one of America’s most prolific mid century architects.

California's Forgotten Children

"California's Forgotten Children" is a feature documentary about child sex trafficking. The film recounts true stories of girls and boys who were commercially sexually exploited in California and are

Call Me Mule

A 72-year old man has been roaming the western United States and living outside with his pack mules for over three decades. Despite arrests and incarcerations, he keeps on fighting to maintain his

Calling All Earthlings

Calling All Earthlings tells the story of seminal desert UFO contactee George Van Tassel, his iconic Integratron dome, and of the communities nearby. In the process, the documentary reveals how Cold

Camp 6ixx

Camp 6ixx is an hour-long documentary, filmed over the course of two years, showing the growing tide of homelessness in America, and the obstacles faced by cities trying to solve it. When a homeless

Camp Royal

A documentary illustrating the transformative process of a very special leadership camp where high school boys learn how to better communicate their vulnerabilities and create a stronger world.

Campania In-Felix

For nearly two decades, Campania, the southern region of Italy where Naples is located, has witnessed an ongoing practice of illegal toxic material dumping in rural and inhabited areas. The management

Can Wine Save The Planet

This Documentary project is going to show an ecosystem of Vintners in their small microcosms, working with nature to create better soil, which in turn creates more vibrant and energetic wines. Using

Can You Hear Us Now?


Small-town activism. Nail-biting elections. A last-minute power grab. In Wisconsin, where extreme partisanship has become the norm, voters are finding their lives increasingly irrelevant to state

Candypants: A Fairy Tale

In 1975, Lee Brady and David Sanderson invented the first edible underwear in the history of the world. They called it “Candypants.”

Their legendary creation was a smashing success.

But their tale is

Capturing The Flag

Tired of waiting for someone else to save Democracy? A tight-knit group of friends travel to Cumberland County, North Carolina - named a “posterchild” for voter suppression - intent on proving that

Carlos Varela Documentary

An intimate portrait of singer-songwriter Carlos Varela, one of Cuba's most enigmatic artists, this film follows the folk rocker on his first US tour with his band. His musical career forms a backdrop

Carry That Weight - A Rockumentary

This is the story of one man, his perseverance in the face of adversity and the lives he changed through music. Doug Burris had dreams of rock ‘n’ roll stardom. At the age of 23 years old his world

Cartel Land

With unprecedented access, CARTEL LAND is a riveting, on-the-ground look at the journeys of two modern-day vigilante groups and their shared enemy – the murderous Mexican drug cartels. 

In the Mexican

Cassandro, Queen of the Ring

“Cassandro, Queen of the Ring” is the true and remarkable story of Saul, a broken boy victim of abuse who found purpose and meaning in the most unlikely of places: the brutal and unforgiving world of

Central Coast Queer Archive Project

The Central Coast Queer Archive Project (CCQAP) is an oral history collaborative that documents the lives of members of the LGBTQ+ community who have settled on the California Central Coast...people

Chicken People

Each November, exotic poultry breeders across America come to Columbus intending to win the Ohio National Poultry Show, considered the Westminster of Chickens. There, exhibitors compete their show

Children of Champions

CHILDREN OF CHAMPIONS, an empowering feature-length documentary, examines the relationship between elite athletic performance and parenting success. The cinematic, deeply personal, and previously

Children of War

Set in the East African country of Uganda, CHILDREN OF WAR
chronicles the daily struggle towards rehabilitation and
reconciliation by a group of recently escaped child soldiers of the

China: The Rebirth of an Empire

China's unprecedented growth has placed it on the verge of overtaking the United States as the world's preeminent power. But what type of power will China become? In today's interconnected and

Chipping Away: The Life and Legacy of Sculptor William Edmondson

Meet the greatest artist you've never heard of.

In 1937, William Edmondson became the first African American to earn a solo exhibit at New York's prestigious Museum of Modern Art, just a couple of

Christine Ha Documentary

A daughter of Vietnamese refugees, Christine Ha pushes past late life visual impairment and mental health struggles to become a renowned blind celebrity cook. With exclusive access, the feature

Cinema Kawakeb

After the pandemic lock down was lifted in 2022, Youssef and Ali were relieved that they can now reopen one of the oldest remaining cinemas in downtown Amman, Cinema Kawakeb. But to discover that the

Circus of Books

For over 35 years, the gay porn shop, Circus of Books, served as the epicenter for LGBT life and culture in Los Angeles.  Unbeknownst to many in the community it served, the store was cultivated and

Citizen Koch

This a story about how Wisconsin - birthplace of the Republican party, government unions and Paul Ryan - becomes a test market in the campaign to buy Democracy, and ground zero in the battle for the

City of the Sun

In a half deserted Georgian ghost town in the former Soviet Union, dominated by an international mining corporation, three remarkable stories intersect: a young father struggles to cure his son's

City of White Gold: San Francisco in the Gilded Age

Post-Gold Rush San Francisco is dreary and stagnant, but banker William Chapman Ralston has a big vision for it. When silver is discovered in 1859, he stops at nothing to transform the backwater

Class of 2020

A group of struggling yet determined public high school teens enroll in a groundbreaking, for-credit high school course in Mindfulness that changes their lives in unexpected ways. "Class of 20/20" is

Class of COVID-19: A Documentary Film

Class of COVID-19 explores the challenges facing educators, students, and families during the coronavirus pandemic in the United States. Students, teachers, media experts, and parents share their