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While locked-up for six years in federal prison, artist Jesse Krimes secretly creates monumental works of art—including an astonishing 40-foot mural made with prison bed sheets, hair gel, and newsp

The Lot: Early Days and Nights of Ultimate Frisbee

IN THE SUMMER OF 1969 a group of high school students developed a worldwide sport in a parking lot in Maplewood, NJ.

Neoliberalism: The Invisible Doctrine

"Neoliberalism: The Invisible Doctrine", explores the incisive work of leading cultural intellectual & best-selling author George Monbiot ("Out of the Wreckage: A New Politics in the Age of Cri

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

Barbara Van Cleve's American West

The feature documentary BARBARA VAN CLEVE'S AMERICAN WEST recounts her family’s setteling to Montana in the early 19th century, her youth on a working ranch and tourist destination as a young woman

OMG It's A Miracle!

OMG It's A Miracle is the spiritual successor to the hit documentary Screaming Masterpiece, reconnecting with the musicians featured in its predecessor.

unMASKing Hope

In a world where images of trauma have become an almost daily occurrence, there’s a need to educate the general public about the lasting impact trauma has on survivors, their families and communiti

Keeper of the Flame

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?

License to Tell

The counter-culture's main communications vehicle during the 1960s and 1970s was the alternative press.

Rosa's Suitcase

Disconnected letters tell the effect of the Nazi’s annexation of Austria on some of the Viennese population: it’s the story of Rosa, my Viennese and Jewish grandmother, who left Vienna for New York

Boodie & Bambi: A Nisei Story

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

ALIEN: The story of America's high-skilled, legal immigrants.

Advances in science and technology in America depend heavily on high-skilled legal immigrants from across the globe.

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


BY MY SIDE (formerly titled Dog Walk Home) tells a story of journey and return, of veterans rescued by their service dogs from the pitfalls of PTSD to a budding sense of hope and restoration.

The Atom: A Love Affair

In 1945, the world crossed the threshold into the Atomic Age, and so began our relationship with one of the most complex and controversial technologies in history.

From the Earth

From the Earth, is a cinematically engaging, sentimental story that reconnects us to the organic farmer and the farms that grow our food.

6/1 v 1/6

“He opened his door, and it changed his life.”

She Flys

She Flys, follow women from different backgrounds across Australia.

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.

Keeper of the Fire

Through the life and work of writer Alejandro Murguia, "Keeper of the Fire," a half-hour documentary-in-progress, explores the roles of activist writers and poets passionately involved with the str

Make-Up Women (Glamour & Guts)

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

The Deadline

This film is about the battle between the populists and the progressives happening across the world.

Living While American

For generations, Philadelphia has suffered from a plague of racial profiling.

Come Dance With Me

COME DANCE WITH ME is a feature documentary film about the life of JACQUES D’AMBOISE, legendary ballet dancer and founder of National Dance Institute, and how he impacted millions of children’s liv

Power of the River: Expedition to the Heart of Water in Bhutan

In the country with the world’s most ambitious commitment to protect nature, where the king values the happiness of his people above the money they make, a threat is looming.

Viewers Like Us

Viewers Like Us explores who gets to tell America’s multitude of stories in public media today.

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

Voices Over the Water

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

Baltimore Ballet Boys

After years of studying male technique, a Baltimore ballet dancer announces to their family that they want to transition and learn how to dance as a ballerina.

Sign My Name to Freedom

Betty Reid Soskin is America’s oldest park ranger, famous for tirelessly shedding light on the forgotten history of racial segregation in California.

The Passengers

In Ethiopia, there is a community of over nine thousand Jews.

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.


Telling the remarkable stories of three survivors of long-term solitary confinement, Cloudland is a short animated documentary exploring how the human imagination can provide both solace and renewe

Art, Beauty, Music and God - The Story of Nasta'liq

Like no other system of writing in the world, Persian calligraphy or Nasta’liq hovers on the boundary between art, information and the profoundly religious, raising the very question of whether a s