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Let Them Play: Three Words That Changed the Course of a City

In 1950, two young African-American boys risked their lives to play on a segregated golf course in Austin, Texas, not knowing the impact they would have on civil rights in the south.

Let Us Read

'Let Us Read' explores various personal stories of living in a world full of misconceptions and systemic barriers toward dyslexia and other learning differences. However, thanks to decades of research, today, there is an effective teaching approach that empowers students with dyslexia and benefits all other students as well. This documentary pushes the conversation to the next step. How can we bring this solution to where the problem is and allow a fair education opportunity for everyone?

Life in the Shadows

Years after K's classmates were massacred in his school, he records the lives of Machid, who attends the same school, and Khatima, who works in the cemetery where the dead students are buried.

Life Overtakes Me

Facing deportation, hundreds of refugee children in Sweden have become afflicted with Resignation Syndrome, withdrawing from the world into a coma-like state, as if frozen, for months, or even years.

Lighting Africa

In many rural villages across the Democratic Republic of Congo, there is little to no power or visibility once the sun sets other than from firewood or kerosene lamps.

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

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

Loira Limbal

Loira Limbal is an Afro-Dominican filmmaker and DJ interested in the creation of art that is nuanced and revelatory for communities of color.

Louisiana Justice (working title)

In America’s capital of wrongful conviction, a man is imprisoned at 19 for a murder and rape he didn’t commit – and spends nearly a quarter century fighting to be freed.

Songs From the Hole


An incarcerated musician struggles for healing and peace as he comes of age in this documentary-musical odyssey composed behind bars.

The Last Sea Knights


These Peruvian fishermen rely on their millenary tradition, which combines the wetlands and the ocean, to support their families.