Set against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic at San Quentin State Prison, What These Walls Won’t Hold chronicles the organizing and relationships
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Three Native Hawaiian families dedicate their lives to defending their sacred mountain Mauna Kea from the building of the world’s largest telescope
In this late-night summer self-portrait, Silvia Castaños and Estefanía Contreras make magic of everyday moments coming of age on the Texas-Mexico border.
Freda Huson, a Wet’suwet’en leader, faces down fossil fuel corporations, the government, and police wielding assault rifles as she galvanizes her nation in a high-stakes struggle to protect their territory from gas and oil pipelines.
The arrival of a white supremacist pagan church ignites the struggle for the soul of a small town and compels the townsfolk to face the prejudice sown and cultivated in American soil. What happens when this town says the ‘quiet part’ out loud?
SynopsisAccessing the American Dream is still not possible for all, much less those who come from immigrant backgrounds; for undocumented youth, their
In this humanistic portrait circling psychosis and genius, the true story of prolific painter Kendal Hanna reveals a case study of how we codify genius—and institutionalize difference.
SynopsisIn the sterile storage of museums and archives our ancestor’s remains struggle to find their way home. The film follows eleven indigenous
SynopsisA state of secrets and a ruthless hunt for whistleblowers – this is the story of 25-year-old NSA contractor Reality Winner who disclosed a
SynopsisViolence. Outrage. Impunity. Repeat. BLACK MOTHERS follows the journey of two women working to disrupt the cycle of racist police violence