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Weed & Wine

Continents apart from one another, two farming families aim to reinvent themselves on their land.

The Color Of Pain

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

Let the Little Light Shine

A high-achieving elementary school just south of downtown Chicago is a lifeline for Black children – until gentrification threatens its closure.

Ghost Lights: Reclaiming Theater in the Age of AIDS

What happens when you go in search of your legacy only to find it was stolen by an insidious plague?

Make-Up Women (Glamour & Guts)

The Untold Story of Hollywood's first Make-Up Women.

Of Jaguars, Sky Islands, and Us

He was young, handsome, mysterious, and wanted. He was looking for a mate.

Trouble Finds Me

A juvenile courthouse turned high school for students pushed out of LA’s public education system provides a glimpse into a world without incarceration.

Let My People Vote


Space, Hope and Charity

SPACE, HOPE & CHARITY is a powerful documentary about a young woman from rural Oregon who overcomes poverty, family dysfunction and unspeakable tragedy as she pursues a dream of becoming an ast

Little Amens

Throughout the span of twenty five years, from 1970 to 1995 and beyond, the cultural environment in the rural town of Ada, Oklahoma (population 17,000) produced an extraordinary number of nationall

Still Judy

Still Judy tells the life story of juggler Judy Finelli who played a significant role in the American New Circus Movement, and narrates the artistic relevance of San Francisco's Pickle Family Circu

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.


Horticulturalist Alan Chadwick was the leading educator and innovator of a movement that combines French Intensive and Biodynamic gardening.

Timber Sweet: The Untold Story of Military Tactical Data Links

“Timber Sweet” tells the story of military tactical data links, and the amazing people who build and use them.

Let Us Read

‘LET US READ’ explores various personal stories of living in a world full of misconceptions and systemic barriers toward dyslexia and other learning differences.

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.

Aiko & The Ama

Aiko Ohno leaves her fast-paced life in Tokyo as a food photographer for Japan’s rural coastline, fueled by a desire to help save the last generation of female abalone free divers, known as the ama


OUT LOUD chronicles the first season of the historic Trans Chorus of Los Angeles, the largest group of transgender and gender nonconforming people anywhere in the world who regularly sing together.


In 1907, Sam’s great grandfather, a Jewish immigrant named Nathan Radutzky, started Joyva, a Jewish candy company that became ubiquitous in Jewish Americana and touched the lives of millions.

Painted Down: The Ernie Robinson Story

The granddaughter of Ernie Robinson takes us through her journey, learning about her grandfather’s legacy.

Full Body Burden

Full Body Burden is Kristen Iversen’s story of growing up in a small Colorado town in the shadow of Rocky Flats, a secret nuclear weapons plant.

Lord of Obstacles

LORD OF OBSTACLES is a feature-length documentary exploration of human-elephant conflict in the remote Indian state of Assam, where 5,600 of the world’s remaining wild Asian elephants – driven out

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

Point of No Return Educational Initiative

The Point of No Return Educational Initiative will bring the documentary, Point of No Return, the inspirational story of the first solar-powered flight around the world, along with inquiry-based, h

The Silent Goldens

The Silent Goldens gives a rare and raw look a family’s first conversations about a suicide 30 years after it happened.

Love, Your Birth Mom

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

100% Possible: The Battle for America's Energy Future

"100% Possible" is about a science-based, 50-state plan to power America with electricity generated solely by wind, water, and the sun.

The Oakland Promise

THE OAKLAND PROMISE (working title)

100 Years From Mississippi

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

Boodie & Bambi: A Nisei Story

Love. Perseverance. Faith. How does family endure during uncertain times?

On These Grounds

An explosive video goes viral, showing a white school resource officer in South Carolina throw a Black teenager from her school desk.

AFM Documentary

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

Expedition Parkimanjaro

Follow the journey of a father, educator and adventurer as he marks his seventh year since being diagnosed with Early Onset Parkinson's Disease by tackling the challenge of a lifetime, climbing Mou

The Alliance of Documentary Editors

The Alliance of Documentary Editors (ADE) is a working group of documentary film and television editors and assistant editors nationwide that campaigns for best practices within the industry while


Lenny Dykstra, nicknamed "Nails" for his hustle and grit, approached the game of baseball and life with mythic intensity.