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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.

Camp Royal

A documentary illustrating the transformative process of a very special leadership camp where high school boys learn how to better communicate their vulnerabilities and create a stronger world.

Can Wine Save The Planet

This Documentary project is going to show an ecosystem of Vintners in their small microcosms, working with nature to create better soil, which in turn creates more vibrant and energetic wines.

Charm City

During three years of unparalleled violence in Baltimore, Charm City delivers an unexpectedly candid, observational portrait of those left on the frontlines.

Constant Fleeting

Upon learning of her estranged mother's cancer diagnosis, first time filmmaker Ondrea Barbe traces their final years together in an experimental and vivid style.

Crime + Punishment

Amidst a landmark lawsuit over illegal policing quotas, Crime + Punishment intimately observes the real lives and struggles of a group of black and Latino whistleblower cops and the y

The Cheran Way

“The Cherán Way" captures the compelling story of Cherán, a P'urhépecha indigenous town in Mexico, rising against illegal logging to achieve self-determination and environmental revival.

The Color Of Pain

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

The Community Health Project (Working Title)

In 1984, Rona Affoumado answered a classified ad in the New York Times for a “Clinic Coordinator” and found herself at the epicenter of the AIDS crisis in New York City.