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Parastoo

Filmed over the course of seven years, PARASTOO is a coming-of-age story that follows a young Afghan girl named Farzana through the growing pains of young adulthood, the heartbreaking refugee reset

Two Deserts

“There are two deserts” – these were the first words published in the Desert Magazine, a mid-century monthly covering the American Southwest.

Unleashed

There are few organizations that provide specifically for the needs of unhoused animals, though it has been proven that the human-animal bond provides companionship and purpose.

A Sexplanation

To right the wrongs of his all-American sex education, a 36-year-old Alex Liu goes on a quest to uncover naked truths and hard facts - no matter how awkward it gets.

The Seeds of Vandana Shiva

How did the willful daughter of a Himalayan forest conservator become Monsanto’s worst nightmare? The Seeds of Vandana Shiva tells the remarkable life story of Gandhian eco-activist Dr.

Left Behind

Left Behind, currently in production, examines the issue of undiagnosed dyslexia, one of the leading causes of illiteracy in the United States.

United States vs. Reality Winner

This film tells the extraordinary story of 25-year-old NSA contractor Reality Winner who disclosed a document about Russian election interference to the media and became the number one leak target

American Union

In post-industrial Alabama, a group of workers fights to unionize Amazon while nearby coal miners endure a bitter strike to save their jobs.

Painted Down: The Ernie Robinson Story

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

The Way Everything Was

This film will revisit a powerfully formative event in my life: being bullied daily in a high school classroom nearly 4 decades ago.

Moving Like Pond Water

Is it possible to go to war and come back mentally sound?

The Thief Collector

It was one of the most audacious and puzzling crimes of a generation. 
 

Papertown, USA

When a paper mill in a small Appalachian town suddenly closes, leaving 1,200 people without jobs and undoing the economic fabric that held the community together for over a century, how will its pe

Being Mennonite in America

To understand Mennonites, one needs to understand the stories by which they order their lives.

This Is Not an Apple

The life of three Palestinian siblings in Norway is turned upside down by a knife attack, and they try to recover through an apple farming initiative

Live at the Agora

THE RISE, FALL, AND REBIRTH OF A ROCK-AND-ROLL CATHEDRAL: In the 1970s, the Agora Ballroom concert clubs brought rock-and-roll to the heartland of America and became a springboard for some of the m

Alien: A Documentary about legal, high-skilled immigrants in the US

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

About Time

Two mothers fight for justice and accountability when their daughters are found dead in a California women's prison.

Los Cautivos: The First Battle Over Native American Education

As the Western frontier closed, America sought to forcibly re-educate Native Americans at Indian Boarding Schools.  Their motto was “Kill The Indian To Save The Man.”  In 1892, the Pueblo

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

Fortunate Sons

Fortunate Sons is the story of a group of boys who entered the 7th grade of an all-male, military school in the cultural watershed year of 1968 - now preparing for their 50th reunion, their lives a

The Oakland Promise

THE OAKLAND PROMISE (working title)

Body of My Own

At a moment in time when women’s rights are under increasing threat globally, comes a new documentary that places an intimate, collaborative lens among four Hijra women, whose ancient community is

Little Tokyo Social Club

The Little Tokyo Social Club was where members of the Japanese Community met to have social dances, singing, current events and meeting halls to gather the newly established Japanese community in 1

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.

612

'612' offers a poignant exploration of America's tumultuous lead-up to the 2024 presidential election, delving into the collision of ideals, shifting demographics, and societal evolution through th

COMMITTED

COMMITTED is a documentary-in-progress produced by Ken Rosenberg, MD, and Peter Miller, Emmy and Peabody-winning filmmakers.

Hazy Valley

In their ancestral homeland Los Angeles, members of the Kizh-Gabrieleño Band of Mission Indians are responding to the city’s ecological crisis by reviving the highly efficient land stewardship prac

In The Public Interest

Exploring American radio’s obligation to serve the public interest, this four-part limited docuseries traces the battle for control of the public airwaves by private companies, weighing the impact

Rock Behind The Wall

“Rock Behind the Wall" unveils the untold story of Bulgarian rock and roll's past, present, and future from the tightly controlled era of communism to the modern era of oligarchs' media control, which ranks last in media freedom among all EU countries.

Loving Pictures

Loving Pictures starts at one of the lowest points in the history of cinema: the closing of movie theaters across the world and the acceleration of streaming subscriptions fueled by the pandemic.

No Ordinary Campaign

At 37, Brian Wallach was diagnosed with ALS—on the same day he and his wife Sandra brought their second daughter home from the hospital. In an instant, everything changed.

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

Joyva

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.

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