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Love, Your Birth Mom

Love, Your Birth Mom is a documentary film that follows the journey of several pregnant women who are considering adoption.

The Phosphate Trail

From opposite sides of the world, farmers, journalists and activists fight Morocco's occupation of Western Sahara. Together, they expose a human cost behind feeding Canadians.

The Comedown // Ending overdose is easier than you think

THE COMEDOWN is a gripping look at the country’s escalating overdose crisis, the misunderstood causes & little-known cures.

Mona Finnih, the Queen of Afrobeat

Feature documentary about Nigeria's first female international singer. And one of the pioneers of Afrobeat music that was coined by the king Fela Kuti.

Baptizing Feminism

In the 1970s, a subversive group of spirited evangelical feminists emerged in the shadow of the secular feminist movement.

Goodbye Horses: The Many Lives of Q Lazzarus

In 1986 Diane Luckey, a 25 year-old African-American woman who went by the name Q Lazzarus or simply Q, was living in NYC making music and driving a yellow taxi.

A School Grows in Watts

In South Los Angeles, in one of the most notoriously underserved communities in the country, an unconventional yet overachieving charter school is working with locals to change the narrative for it

WHY 2K?

Y2K was the biggest technological crisis the world ever faced, yet widespread misconceptions persist as to its importance and whether it even existed.

The Sacred & The Snake

At Standing Rock, a two-spirit Jicarilla Apache/Navajo youth leader, a Lakota matriarch, and a non-binary Appalachian join the resistance against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

We All Live in Gaza

“We All Live In Gaza” follows the lives of five Palestinian artists before and after the 2023 siege, shining a light on the Palestinian heart.

Inventing Reality

In Inventing Reality, astrophysicist Matt O'Dowd leads us on a quest for fundamental reality.

This Is Where I Learned Not To Sleep

Part quest for justice – part journey towards healing.

Who Do You Protect?

Families of the victims of police violence seek justice and discover the layers of corruption behind the Los Angeles Police Department.

Janz in the Moment

At the age of 80 artist Robert Janz is at the height of his abilities.

Growing Together Again

"Growing Together Again" tells the story of German unity three decades after the end of the Cold War.

Worship Factor

Worship is at the heart of the Christian life: we pray, sing, and write music.
But worship is more than that: it is about justice and how to care for people's needs.

Paraíso Tropical

A psychological docu-thriller, Paraíso Tropical investigates the mysteries and unsolved questions of a terrorist attack in Latin America–one that had profound reverberations among those the victims

The Color Of Pain

Research shows that doctors are more likely to dismiss or trivialize the pain complaints of black women.

Wood Street

Wood Street is the last stop for unhoused brothers, John and LaMonté. They moved here eight years ago after police pushed them from other encampments around Oakland. After a two-alarm fire in July, their tight-knit community faces eviction. It’s their goal to stop it.

Silent Thunder

There had always been a small number of black auto racers in the twentieth century who drove mostly for themselves. In 1972, Leonard W.

I'm Not Her

Minnie endured years of abuse working in the American porn industry.

Free Chol Soo Lee

FREE CHOL SOO LEE tells the story of a Korean American death row inmate convicted of a 1973 Chinatown gangland murder in San Francisco, and the activists who led a pan-Asian American movement to fr

Ain't I A Woman

Ain’t I a Woman traces the history of the Equal Rights Amendment to illustrate how across race, class, and gender, the desire to access white male power has undermined the most obvious piece of soc

The Oakland Promise

THE OAKLAND PROMISE (working title)

Unbreakable Blue

Law enforcement professionals spend an inordinate amount of time dealing with the uglier side of human existence.

Exodus Stories: Voices from the Caravan

With intimate access, Exodus Stories follows the high-stakes journeys of Central American immigrants Daisy, Dennis, and Cindy who escape violence and persecution and join the 2018-19 migrant carava

Brannu: The Urban Horseman

This is a coming-of-age story that shines light on the power of dreams where a young black man realizes his full potential in the crux of unchartered territory in 21st century America.

Boxed Out: The Untold Story of the Eastern Professional Basketball League

The Eastern Professional Basketball League was the second-best pro basketball league in the country during the 1950s and early '60s when the NBA had 10 or fewer teams and only 100 players, an unwri

From Cairo to the Cloud - The World of the Cairo Geniza

We are thrilled to announce that the film will air nationally on PBS late in 2022.

Beyond the Cliff: Navigating Autistic Adulthood

"Beyond the Cliff: Navigating Autistic Adulthood", a feature-length documentary, follows the stories of adults on the autism spectrum and explores the various challenges each face during their tran

The Envisionaries

The Envisionaries is a documentary film about blind soccer players and the people who believe in them.

Let My People Vote

! VOTER SUPPRESSION IS REAL IN AMERICA !  

My People, My Land (Working Title)

Chinese investors create one of the largest industrial zones in West Africa, where thousands of locals earn their livelihood at the risk of losing what they value most - sacred land, religious prac

Vaccaro by La Villa

Vaccaro By La Villa is a feature documentary directed by acclaimed filmmakers Marco and Mauro La Villa, investigating the mystery that uncovers the extraordinary life of 100-year-old iconic photogr

Marching in the Dark

In a drought-struck region in India, suffering from climate change and a high suicide rate amongst farmers, a group of resilient women farmers, who recently lost their husbands, is coming together

Belva Davis, Reporting

This is the untold story of TV pioneer, Belva Davis, who broke color and gender barriers to become the first Black on-air newswoman west of the Mississippi.