Lennox Blackmoore is a former boxer with a professional record of 25 wins and 5 losses.
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"Your Pain Was Born Here" is a journey across five countries in Europe exploring the Black diaspora outside of the Black American identity.
After a Canadian gold mine operation overtook her island for fifteen years, an indigenous landowner is left with struggles to defend her land tenure rights at a land court.
This film will revisit a powerfully formative event in my life: being bullied daily in a high school classroom nearly 4 decades ago.
100 Years From Mississippi is a 60 minute documentary on the life of Mamie Lang Kirkland, a 111-year old African American woman who experienced and survived racial terrorism, segregation, bigotry a
Voilà is the story, or stories of three characters from disparate, but parallel, lives and what happens when their lives intersect with a fourth character.
Left Behind, currently in production, examines the issue of undiagnosed dyslexia, one of the leading causes of illiteracy in the United States.
ANGEL QUEST is a television documentary of a pilgrimage to the seven, mystical, mountain-top monasteries that lie on a perfectly straight line across 2,500 miles from Ireland to Israel.
The Healing Journey is a docuseries that examines the role adverse childhood experiences plays in adult health, and what some are doing to heal.
In a city of northern Iran, all inhabitants are possessed by a feverish dream—to find ancient treasures believed to be buried in the ground.
Through four installments, this documentary series will use the elements - fire, earth, water, and air - as unique themes for each chapter to demonstrate how communities across North America are u
In the 1980’s, one man’s progressive vision turned Amnesty International into a household name. How did he get there, and where is he now?
"A CHASM IN CHINATOWN" follows the struggles of a Chinese American nonprofit, the Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA), as its Executive Director, Nancy Yao Maasbach, navigates the challenges of NYC
A powerful African woman leads a struggle for historical, narrative and economic justice in Kenya. Wanjugu Kimathi is searching for her father’s remains.
What began as a Guatemalan mother seeking asylum for her children in the US, and a Facebook post by a mother in Queens, coalesced into a movement as thousands of like-minded women across the US ref
LOGLINE: UNZIPPED: An Autopsy of American Inequality is searing expose of the affordable housing crisis in America told through the prism of one zip code's struggle with the growing housing divid
“Echo’s Answer” is a psychedelic reimagining of the life and work of the late visionary singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Trish Keenan told through the eyes and ears of contemp
Hunter S. Thompson was an icon of American journalism and stomped upon global culture.
A feature-length documentary that details the story of the unseen heroes of silent films: the musicians and composers, especially prominent women and Black voices, whose innovative use of music and
When photographer and writer Cig Harvey found out her best friend Mary was diagnosed with terminal leukemia, she did what she knew best: made photographs.
"Bella," is about the life, influence and impact of California-based artist Bella Lewitzky.
The top three most diverse public high schools in America are located in Anchorage, Alaska.
A filmmaker discovers four siblings conceived through a donor using a DNA test. They journey across the United States to form a modern family while navigating their Filipino-American identities.
In this deeply personal and riveting documentary, filmmaker Tracey Arcabasso Smith confronts her childhood sexual abuse and unearths a dark history of multigenerational abuse in her seemingly-idyll
Pursuing the best care for her son, a single mom relocates her three boys to a hotel room two thousand miles from home; a Texas family receives the same devastating diagnosis for their active 5-yea
"Angel of Mercy" tells the story of Sister Margaret Slachta, who defied Nazis and communists in her fight for social justice.
Upon learning of her estranged mother's cancer diagnosis, first time filmmaker Ondrea Barbe traces their final years together in an experimental and vivid style.
A 31-year-old Mexican immigrant, trapped in daily conflict with his limbs due to cerebral palsy, strives to become a samurai.
This is the story of the Scottish Highlanders and their clan chiefs torn apart by a rapidly changing world--feeling their trust betrayed, many Highlanders faced famine and poverty, or emigration to
The founding father of what we know today as the Tiki bar, Donn Beach spent years embellishing the details of his extraordinary life.
On January 6, 2021, invocations to Jesus rang out across the Capitol Mall in Washington D.C. as a violent confusion of forces attempted to overthrow the American government.
"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