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Fifty Violins

For 20 years, Kettering Elementary—a public school in Long Beach, California—has taught every second grader the violin as a part of its core curriculum.

Finding Ma

A visceral, bold documentary about a family’s resilience in the face of addiction, homelessness, incarceration, and foster care.

Finding Your Voice

An uplifting and heartfelt, one-hour, Verite docu-series, following America’s premiere operatic countertenor, the astonishingly talented John Holiday; as he performs in the world’s most prestigious

Fire Through Dry Grass

On a tiny island in NYC, a group of Black and brown disabled artists fight Covid and the city to protect the lives of 500 vulnerable nursing home residents.

Free Renty: Lanier v. Harvard

Free Renty tells the story of one African-American woman's struggle to reclaim her heritage.

Freedom Seekers: Black Seminoles of the Past and Present

'Freedom Seekers: Black Seminoles of the Past and Present' documentary examines the creators of the first underground railroad which resulted in the largest slave rebellion in United States’ history, the Black Seminoles.

Freeing Juanita

Ana and Pedro, an indigenous Chuj-Maya aunt and uncle from the highlands of Guatemala, cross Mexico to free their niece, Juanita, who has been unjustly detained for over seven years, tortured into a false confession in a language she did not speak.

The Feeling of Being Watched

When a filmmaker investigates rumors of surveillance in her Arab-American neighborhood in Chicago, she uncovers one of the largest FBI terrorism probes conducted before 9/11 and reveals its enduring impact on the community.

The Fisherman's Tale

"The Fisherman's Tale" is a feature-length documentary telling the story of the Great Lakes commercial fishery.