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  • An infamous Doctor Who screenwriter is reluctantly dragged back into the American Whoniverse, in this funny and moving documentary about finding family in the unlikeliest of places.

  • Shirley Price Katz (SPK) is simultaneously healing from brain injuries and dying from an aggressive uterine cancer. She joins the millions who become brain injured each year and the multitude of those who are misdiagnosed and under served. This project is informed by Shirley's words, "We must...

  • Edgar Mitchell's return to Earth in 1971 was a revelation, setting the course for a lifetime of ceaseless exploration.

    "We went to the Moon as technicians; we returned as humanitarians." - Dr. Edgar Mitchell

    The Space Less Traveled is a feature length documentary about Apollo 14...

  • Many visitors to Africa feel like they've stepped into the past. However, Kenyan conservationist and safari guide Alex Hunter is acutely aware of how much has changed on this iconic land. In the 1930s, his grandfather, J.A. Hunter, was a famous hunting guide, game warden, author and, in his...

  • In March of 1976, General Jorge Videla toppled Argentina’s democracy and embarked on a brutal campaign of repression.  Roughly 30,000 Argentines were kidnapped and murdered by security forces—including some 500 women who were pregnant or had recently given birth.  For years, no one knew what had...

  • Breaking Bones, Breaking Barriers tells a story of diversity, inclusion, and the American dream. The film centers around Ernie Robinson, the Founding President of the (BSA) and the pioneer black stuntmen and women who broke racial, gender and economic barriers and opened doors to diversity in...

  • An exploration of the social, cultural and historical importance of indigenous plant foods as a sustainable solution in the human food chain for future generations.

    With several local and global initiatives underway in various countries as to how indigenous crops can be a tool in the...

  • When Matthew Markus was 14 years old, he entered a group of virus writers spread across the world, writing code that penetrated government computers and corporate accounts. The industry of hacking was born in the late 80s with Matthew carving himself into the middle of it all. He had a special...

  • This 90 minute documentary will include film from Oleg Vidov’s most important American and Soviet movies, clips from interviews on more than a dozen Russian talk shows and American programs such as Entertainment Tonight and The Larry King Show, as well as interviews filmed in the last 8 months...

  • This film portrays an enormously talented person (Bruce Langhorne) who is met with physical, emotional and contextual obstacles that he overcomes to find himself, become more fully human and make an impact on the world.

    It is a film about Love and Hate. Hate (and racism) is the shadow...

  • Family, dreamers, second chances, and the opening of the first whiskey distillery in Austin, TX since prohibition.

    Distilling Dreams is an intimate feature length documentary about the people behind Still Austin Whiskey Company: Father and son Chris & Cleveland, married couples...

  • People from opposite sides of the Arizona-Sonora border come together despite economic, health care, and political barriers to create a center of wellness and hope.
    An extremely overcrowded local clinic in Naco, Sonora, cannot handle the population of more than 6,400 and the nearest...

  • The Untold Story of Hollywood's first Make-Up Women.

    Perhaps one of Hollywood’s most unknown & ironic stories- Women were not allowed to apply make-up to the actors face or accepted into the Union as Make-Up Artists until the 1970s! From the male-only Studio, Make-Up departments to...

  • Oaxacalifornia; the return, tells the story of the Mejia family from Oaxaca who emigrated to the U.S. 40 years ago as an economic necessity, fleeing drought and economic hardship. A post-NAFTA tale, a sequel of sorts: our film brings together material shot 24 years ago for the original film,...

  • Mauricio, Renato, and Kevin fight El Salvador’s gang violence with an unusual system: teaching younger generations to play classical music.
    This is the story of these men and the youths whose lives they are changing, one instrument at a time.

  • Horticulturalist Alan Chadwick was the leading educator and innovator of a movement that combines French Intensive and Biodynamic gardening. His influence stretches from California Cuisine to the study of problems that face mankind in our food production systems. This feature length documentary...

  • "Each year roughly 5,000 blacks are murdered—74% of the time the murderer is another black person."  Murders that Matter documents three initiatives of Temple University Hospital to combat violence in Philadelphia’s most violent black neighborhood in order to call attention to the critical...

  • For 30 years, Shige Suganuma and Chico Kodama, two Japanese hotrodders, built Mooneyes, an iconic American speed equipment & custom accessories company, into an international brand, honoring legendary founder Dean Moon’s legacy and celebrating car & motorcycle culture. Now, Shige is...

  • Antiquarian booksellers are part scholar, part detective and part businessperson, and their personalities and knowledge are as broad as the material they handle. They also play an underappreciated yet essential role in preserving history. THE BOOKSELLERS takes viewers inside their small but...

  • The S Word will give voice to those who have not only survived, but have courageously transformed their personal struggles into strength, action and even humor - providing a window into the lives of those surviving and thriving beyond their suicide attempts. Through these stories will emerge a...

  • Before a global uprising condemned the murder of George Floyd, there was a small town in Missouri that erupted in protest after the murder of Mike Brown Jr. The echoes of Ferguson have grown louder: tanks in the streets, tear gas and rubber bullets, and everywhere the clear and courageous voices...

  • CLARKSTON is the story of four individuals who have nothing in common but a desire to feel at home in a country that seems to reject them. Three refugees and a former Klansman decide to fight for peace in a nation plagued by hostility. Set in “the most diverse square mile in America,” the film...

  • This is the story of the Scottish Highlanders and their clan chiefs torn apart by a rapidly changing world--feeling their trust betrayed, many Highlanders faced famine and poverty, or emigration to the New World--while some of their overlords squeezed revenue by any means necessary from these...

  • Our Documentary follows a paleontologist into the American west, where other cash-strapped paleontologists compete against time and erosion in search of new dinosaur discoveries, but they’re not alone. Commercial collectors armed with more funds dig at an exceptional speed to uncover fossils, selling them to the highest bidder. Some of these fossils end up in the collections of museums, while others land in private houses, their secrets lost to science. Our documentary explores various perspectives on this issue while trying to find common ground between the two distinct sides of paleontology.

  • Somewhere in the wild reaches of our planet there is a place where
    we want to be. To get there we can journey to these incredible environments and find
    it—right where it has always been…inside each and every one of us.

    It is our WildSide.

    WildSide is a series designed...

  • Full Body Burden is Kristen Iversen’s story of growing up in a small Colorado town in the shadow of Rocky Flats, a secret nuclear weapons plant. It is also a story about the destructive power of secrets — family secrets and government secrets — and the cost of deception. Today, as development...

  • REACH FOR THE STARS is a powerful documentary about a young woman from rural Oregon who overcomes poverty, family dysfunction and unspeakable tragedy as she pursues a dream of becoming an astrophysicist.

    Looking up at the night sky has calmed Charity Woodrum since she was a child,...

  • America is struggling with issues centering on justice.  Youth and race are two big newsmakers because as bizarre as it might seem in this country, both are still grossly misunderstood and abused.  Our justice system reflects cultural concerns based in fear, and our children often pay the...

  • Climate change is upon us, and a global movement is underway to stave off its potentially catastrophic impact on the world in which we live. People are trying to do what’s right, and because we’ve heard all our lives that everything takes sacrifice, we're taking pains to atone. To recycle. To...

  • Fruits of Labor is a coming of age story of Ashley, an American teenager in California, who dreams of graduating from high school and going to college. Tensions build as Ashley’s family struggles with poverty and the threat of family separation due to increased deportations in her community. A...

  • Disclosure is an unprecedented look at the depiction of transgender people and experiences throughout the history of film and television. Over 100 years of footage, from A Florida Enchantment (1914) to Pose (2018), is woven together with the personal stories of...

  • This comedic documentary features Thao P. Nguyen, a Vietnamese American queer comedian and solo performer based in the SF Bay Area who used her hilarious and critically acclaimed one woman show FORTUNATE DAUGHTER (originally directed by W. Kamau Bell, who gave her the “W. Kamau Bell Solo...

  • 22 years ago, Robert was struck by a freight train that took his leg and caused a rift in his family. Now chronically homeless, Robert has bounced from LA's Skid Row, to the courthouse steps in Long Beach, California. Follow Robert's journey as he tries to reconnect with his...