As President Trump doubles down on his war against immigrants, both undocumented and documented, a Salvadoran American family faces the threat of deportation and a family separation crisis.
Seeds is a portrait of a 138 year-old African-American centennial farm in Thomasville, Georgia.
Three Native Hawaiian families dedicate their lives to defending their sacred mountain Mauna Kea from the building of the world’s largest telescope.
The media platform, Staying Put or Moving On, considers these fundamental questions for seniors and their families: Where and how are we going to live as we grow older?
“Stolen Sisters” is a riveting exploration of the MMIWG crisis in Michigan, told through a family’s heart-wrenching search for their missing daughter, highlighting the systemic failures, the moveme
A gripping investigation of unmarked graves at an Indian residential school unearths secrets below and above ground, igniting a reckoning in the lives of surv
Swinging Fields follows an eleven-year-old boy who was born as a result of a mass wedding in the internationally unrecognized region of Nagorno-Karab
Who are the scientists fighting for our planet, how is their research making an impact, and where do they find hope?
Four years ago I finished my documentary, Ending Disease, about the first generation of clinical trials using regenerative medicine to create one-time cures for diseases.
A feature-length documentary that details the story of the unseen heroes of silent films: the musicians and composers, especially prominent women and Black voices, whose innovative use of music and