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  • Four young Damascene women are swept up in the wake of excitement following the 2011 People’s Uprising in Syria and begin to re-evaluate their relationship with their country and to define their role amidst the ensuing conflict.

    To arm oneself, to protest peacefully, to flee or to...

  • Armed with a limitless Rolodex and a Benedict Canyon enclave with its own disco, Allan Carr threw the Hollywood parties that defined the 1970s. A producer, manager, and marketing genius, Carr built his bombastic reputation amid a series of successes including the mega-hit musical film "Grease,"...

  • A custodian. A housewife. A pediatrician. A grandmother. Seemingly ordinary individuals. Yet these individuals have a story to tell. It is the story of suffering and death. It is the story of refugees. It is the story of terrified villagers running for cover. Yet, at the same time, it is...

  • Los Angeles has been given the title of "Homeless Capital of the United States" for many years. Although,the number of homeless on the streets are staggering,we must not forget that there are those who can and do overcome homelessness.

    In 2004, Stephon Litwinczuk took to the streets of...

  • In Colombia under Alvaro Uribe's presidency members of the Army have killed hundreds of innocent civilians, claimed them as guerrillas killed in combat, for the purpose of showing military success and to get benefits. This scandal became known by the name of "false positives" or "extrajudicial...

  • Ukraine is a nation struggling to establish a stable economy, a functioning legal system and to control criminal enterprises. Tragically, since the fall of the Soviet Union hundreds of thousands of women, children and men have been trafficked from Ukraine to the United States and Western Europe...

  • A major earthquake threatens to strike the West Coast at any given moment. According to scientists, the southern part of the San Andreas Fault is «locked, loaded and ready to roll».

    California is a symbol of progress and technological innovation. Ironically, earthquakes represent the...

  • The true-crime documentary, The Feast of the Assumption: The Otero Family Murders, chronicles, in real-time, the beginning of the end of the 30-year old BTK Strangler mystery as it is told through the eyes of Charlie Otero, the oldest surviving son of the serial killer’s first victims. It is one...

  • FEAT chronicles one man's coast-to-coast quest to run 63 marathons in 63 consecutive days, while pushing a jogging stroller. Endurance runner Timothy Borland seeks to raise awareness and research funds for kids battling a rare terminal disease whose own feet lack the strength to run. Ataxia-...

  • Since our government passed its' very first set of dietary guidelines in 1977 the American public has been advised to eat the things that benefit corporate interests rather than the public health. Decades later our children are paying the price, suffering from epidemic numbers of health problems...

  • Compelled by the inheritance of a mysterious box of letters, American aesthete Felix Pfeifle begins the journey of a lifetime to reach the source of the correspondence: the last heir of the Holy Roman Emperors, aging Otto von Habsburg. The quest takes Felix across America, over the Atlantic, and...

  • The DIRECTOR'S STATEMENT: Feminism seems to be the scariest word in the English language. Not for those of us who experienced the game-changing awakening that was the Women's Movement of the 1970s. Growing up in the fifties and sixties meant not only second class citizenship legally, but 2nd...

  • "A Finished Life: The Goodbye & No Regrets Tour" is a feature-length documentary about Gregg Gour, a 48-year-old HIV positive gay man who is on the "Road Trip" of his life. Gregg has lived with HIV/AIDS for 24 years, and in July of 2004, after struggling with the side-effects for so long, he...

  • THE FIRST CHILDREN is a documentary series focusing on Presidential children during and after the White House years and how those experiences shaped the rest of their lives. From the beginning of American history, society has always had a curiosity about these First Children. What makes them...

  • FIRST GENERATION is a feature-length documentary chronicling the journey of four low-income students who are first in their family attempting to attend college. While education is the most likely means of rising into another socio-economic class, our system makes it extremely difficult to break...

  • Five Sisters (working title) paints a portrait of five sisters, in their 70s and 80s. During their annual get-together shortly after the first of the sisters’ husbands has passed away, the youngest sister is on a quest to learn from her older siblings about transition and aging. Moving and...

  • Help bring Fixed into millions of homes in 2015. Support our fundraising efforts for Fixed's public TV broadcast! All donations are tax-deductible. From botox to bionic limbs, the human body is more "upgradeable" than ever. But how much of it can we alter and still be human?...

  • "Flashback" dramatically unspools the science behind the long-standing controversy over "recovered memory" of child sexual abuse. Exclusive footage brings the social history of the hard-fought conflict to life as world-class, renowned experts come together at key flashpoints over the years to...

  • Award winning producer RJ McHatton brings us into the famous life of legendary test pilot Johnny Myers. Johnny's fascinating life as an entertainment attorney turned test pilot provides both intrigue and excitement. As an attorney he took on celebrity clients such as Bing Crosby, Gene Autry,...

  • FOR BILLY documents the story of an anonymous letter writing campaign that launched a national educational movement and forever redefined the word "bully" in one small midwest village. Told through the eyes of a suicidal teen, a cancer widow, an anti-gay hate group leader, a closeted priest and...

  • "For Such a Time as This" poses and seeks to answer several provocative questions: Is reconciliation between Evangelical Christians and the Gay community possible? Can common ground be found in the intense culture wars that have consumed our nation? Central to evangelical efforts to reach out to...

  • Los Angeles, summer, 1945, a young boy, whose parents fled from Germany twelve years earlier, is adjusting to his mother’s fragile state of mind. She has just returned from months in a psychiatric hospital. Suddenly he is confronted by his father, who is shouting words he doesn’t understand: “...

  • FORCED CHANGE, a feature documentary from director Rennik Soholt, uses the path of destruction left behind by Hurricane Katrina in 2005 as a vehicle to strip away the ultra-wide lens of modern news media’s approach to disaster coverage and to go deeper to bring to life the unique and touching...

  • The forest, beautiful and serene; an icon of the West and the stuff of many a legend and story, a symbol of health, vitality and the natural order of things. Or is it?Surprisingly, some see these same forests as a powder keg, a ticking time bomb of destruction and devastation just waiting for...

  • The plight of a young Korean death row inmate unjustly convicted of murder in the 1970s galvanizes Asian Americans in a landmark movement that would forever alter his life — theirs, too.

    (Photograph by Grant Din)

  • The Freedom Fighters of Nili tells the true heroic tale of a group of Ottoman Jews from Zichron Ya'akov during WWI. While sacrificing their reputations within their community for the prospect of freedom and for the promise of a Jewish homeland, the group spied for the British. These brave...

  • Over the last 32 years, the same sex marriage movement has gone from a preposterous notion to one of the most successful civil rights campaigns in the world. This is a “War Room” style feature documentary, from the center of Freedom to Marry movement in the final months of its historic campaign...

  • "He was a little man who made coffee and played the harmonica - and that was enough!" Bill Sackter's life didn't start out extraordinary. As a child, he was abandoned by his family and spent 44 years locked in an institution. When he emerged, he could have easily been forgotten by society had it...

  • From Place to Place is a feature documentary that spends two years in the lives of six young adults who recently aged out of foster care. At age 18 they were forced to leave foster care without the skills or support they needed. These kids, forced to become adults, have struggled profoundly to...

  • This one-hour documentary will tell the story of how the son of a mill worker from the industrial north of England come to design the modern Los Angeles cityscape. John Parkinson is the architect who created many of the city's most iconic structures, including LA City Hall, The Coliseum - the...

  • A silent tragedy is taking place in Japan with alarming frequency and it's long past time to bring it into the light. Japan is a country where parental abduction and retention happens everyday. It goes mostly unpunished and in fact is often encouraged mainly because of terribly insufficient laws...

  • Every exoneration story has a lesson.

    With 2,220,300 of our citizens incarcerated, the United States has the largest prison population in the world. Experts believe five percent of those prisoners- over 110,000 - are innocent.

    Since its creation, nine innocent men have been...