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  • Thirteen elderly White  women sit around a white patio table facing the camera.

    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...

  • DANI’S TWINS, currently in post-production, will provide a rare, intimate look into the pregnancy and early parenting journey of Daniela Izzie--one of the few quadriplegics ever to give birth to twins.

    While a source of great joy, Dani’s pregnancy is highly unusual and...

  • Seeking Susan
    A feature documentary by Jill Morley

    As the 25th anniversary of her friend’s unsolved disappearance approaches, a documentary filmmaker is determined to reexamine the case. When she discovers that the police records are also mysteriously missing, she...

  • an older White man in glasses and a knit cap stands on the deck of a sailboat

    To dream is an act of hope.

    In Czechoslovakia, a young Jaroslav dreamed of sailing around the world. Living in a land-locked country, behind the Iron Curtain and Communist rule, Jaroslav began building his boat despite surrounding limitations. Now, at eighty, Jaroslav and the yacht...

  • Kathryn’s neuromuscular disease has left her paralyzed and her family’s relations in tatters. Though despair finally overwhelms her, she holds on to see her daughter’s wedding. Drawn from 930 hours of footage shot from Kathryn’s point of view and without a crew present, this groundbreaking,...

  • Ken Kelley stares in profile, surrounded by towers of sound recording equipment.

    The counter-culture's main communications vehicle during the 1960s and 1970s was the alternative press. "License to Tell" traces the history of this explosion of writing through one of its most colorful and wildest creators. Master of the "Playboy" interview, Ken Kelley helped create the "LA...

  • A school of fish swim through a coral reef.

    We are a team of award-winning filmmakers and ocean advocates joining forces to bring to you an uplifting feature documentary on marine conservation efforts in beautiful Belize. Our mission is to showcase the efforts of a multigenerational group...

  • Native American women sits on a quilted couch with her hands in her lap in her wooden house

    Amá tells an important and untold story - the abuses committed against Native American women by the American state in the middle of the twentieth century: separated from their families and sent to boarding schools, forced resettlement away from their traditional lands and involuntary...

  • Roscoe Turner waves from the cockpit of a plane with his pet tiger in the left photo. He stands on the tarmac in front of his plane in the right photo.

    Profiles Col. Roscoe Turner, a swashbuckling American flier who dominated the air racing circuit in the “Golden Era of Flight” between WWI and WWII. A barnstormer, stunt flier and racer, Turner came to define the word “pilot” for a generation of Americans and helped turn the tide of public...

  • opposing female baseball teams high five in the baseball field at the end of the game.

    Throw Like A Girl is a quest, my quest to understand why American women don't routinely play baseball.  Since Title IX, women's participation in sport has grown, as have opportunities for women - except in baseball.  Basketball is basketball, tennis is tennis, golf is golf, swimming, skiing,...

  • a young Syrian teenage boy stares into a camcorder setup on his desk.

    After his mother and siblings are killed in a bombing, a Syrian teenager moves to Canada to rebuild his life.

    WE BECAME FRAGMENTS follows Ibraheem Sarhan and his father during his first week at a new high school in a new country. Narrated through his diaries, the film explores Ibraheem's...

  • The incredible history of The Palomino Club of North Hollywood (1949-1995) has never been told. What began as a watering hole with a hitching post out front serving the “Singing Cowboys of Hollywood” coming from movie sets became the most important venue for Country Music on the West Coast.

  • a grade school African American girl in a school uniform looks up at a white board with a paper in her hand in front of the rest of her young classmates.

    In South Los Angeles, in one of the most notoriously underserved communities in the country, an unconventional yet overachieving charter school is working with locals to change the narrative for its youth. Weaving together the intimate personal narratives of the students, families, educators and...

  • A news van and a cop car speed on opposite sides of this animated suburban street.

    RUN WITH IT, an animated documentary feature, explores the crisis in the criminal justice system and US racial divide through the eyes of De’Jaun Correia, a young black man on the Dean’s list at Morehouse College, guided by the memory of his uncle, Troy Davis, who mentored him from death row....

  • Carbon is the earth. Carbon is all of us. These are the Women of Carbon.

    The documentary features 5 women who are innovatively redefining our relationship with carbon in the built environment. Their work includes repurposing living materials, reengineering waste into valuable chemicals...

  • Black and white photo of two boxers holding a newspaper

    The colorful saga of a faded fight palace reveals the throbbing heart and multicultural soul of Los Angeles. Told through a diverse range of voices, including masked wrestlers, Chicano boxers and punk rockers--and centered around the remarkable woman who managed the mayhem for four decades--18th...

  • Piano Lessons” is a feature-length documentary which tells the story of the “unsung hero” German Diez Nieto, pianist and pedagogue whose devotion to teaching has touched and formed generations of accomplished classical musicians.

  • A Black unhoused man smokes a cigarette, handwritten thought maps surround his head.

    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...

  • Renowned climber Minga Tsiri Sherpa stands holding walking poles in his hands and wearing a backpack as he looks out towards the Himalayan mountains which are also seen behind him in the distance.

    Everest Dark is a feature documentary that takes us on a daring expedition with world-renowned Nepalese mountaineer Mingma Tsiri Sherpa. With 19 summits already under his belt, Mingma had sworn off ever summiting again after the devastating 2015 earthquake that killed 22 climbers, but after the...

  • woman stands in front of trucks, mountains in the background

    Sweeping over the Gobi Desert wastelands wrought by Mongolia’s mining boom, “Colors of White Rock” captures the story of Maikhuu, one of the rare women truck drivers fighting for survival along the country’s hazardous coal roads. As we discover her ensnared in this highway, her journey holds up...

  • The columns of a modern white stone building

    ON THE EDGE OF TOMORROW is the final episode chronologically but first to be produced of a television documentary series about American architecture. STONE TO STEEL is the story of extraordinary people and the landmark buildings they created in Southern California.

    Southern California...

  • 'Analog Cowboys' is written in blue above a picture of a street in Southern California.

    Analog Cowboys is a feature documentary that tells the story of the creation of the contemporary art scene in Southern California. The film will examine the personal history of these artists, tracing their creative influences and the adventures they had making a life in art. With new interviews...

  • FEELING SEEN is a feature length documentary. In the film, director Beth Ryne investigates the personal and social impact of representations of queer women on TV through conversations with TV creators and
    their audience.

    The notion that women who love women will end up alone,...

  • Paul R. William's picture lies on top of blue drawing of the Beverly Hills Hotel.

    For more than fifty years Paul R. Williams was one of the most successful architects in Los Angeles. At a time when most African Americans worked as servants or laborers, Paul Williams was designing some of the most luxurious homes and important commercial buildings in Southern California. Among...