Hamtramck, USA explores life and democracy in America's first Muslim-majority city.
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Every summer, hard-working families escape their ordinary routines to live like kings in a scrappy seasonal trailer park. As market forces threaten to turn their shabby Shangri-La into a playground
"Hard To Believe" is a documentary film that investigates the killing of prisoners of conscience for their organs in China and questions why so little is being done to stop it, despite the volumes of
Hawaii – A Voice for Sovereignty is a documentary film by photojournalist Catherine Bauknight that explores the culture of the Native Hawaiians and their connection to the land. At the forefront of
In their homeland Los Angeles, members of the Kizh-Gabrieleño Band of Mission Indians are responding to the city’s ecological crisis by reviving the highly efficient land stewardship practices of
In 1989, Jim Klages - former cornet soloist of "The President's Own" United States Marine Band - was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, which prompted his early retirement. After years of declining
Bolstered by the rise of Trump and the Alt Right, disenfranchised white Americans are becoming radicalized into white supremacy at an alarming rate.
"Angry White Men: Life After Hate" examines the
How do we begin to heal national trauma? How does the heart navigate the terrain of forgiveness? Until we grapple with our shared American history, including the genocide against the original
The Mojave Road is a microcosm of California history. Originally a trade route for the Pi-Ute tribe who made this region their home, the region has been traversed by numerous people ranging from the
HEROIC: SABIN HOWARD SCULPTS THE NATIONAL WWI MEMORIAL is the story of one man’s superhuman quest to change the world with his monumental art.
This film is also the story of a race against time.
The HERsay Podcast elevates the voices of women. We educate, inform, and inspire women by sharing personal stories, expert advice, advocacy, and opinions directly from women locally, regionally, and
The life and times of Fr. Theodore Hesburgh offers a unique glimpse at fifty years of American history as seen through the eyes of one man who chose the role of priest above all else. Educator, civil
Eleven veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan join an expedition to climb the 20,000 foot Himalayan giant Mount Lobuche. With blind adventurer Erik Weihenmayer and a team of Everest summiters as
At a time when the ground beneath us seems to be slipping away in a morass of social media, fake news and fear mongering, this film is a story of building mutual respect and recognition by showing how
Aberdeen, Scotland. 1959. On the city’s poor west side, Elsie and Dennis Edwards bring their newborn middle son Graham home to a tiny, rundown apartment in the Kinkorth housing project. 52 Caisdykes
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
This film follows former Russian soldiers who became spiritual as a result of fighting in many wars. Father Nicolas, a retired colonel from the Special Forces in Chechnya and Afghanistan, is now a
Groundbreaking, intimate and durational - HOMEMADE is the six-year journey following combat wounded and highly decorated Force Reconnaissance Marine Adam Sorensen and his wife Victoria as he navigates
Personal stories of the women fighting for Hong Kong’s freedom
and democracy against communsist China, who stormed the streets to demand justice.
Fresh off their success of their Academy Award ®
Hope Fiends conveys the story of an underground sober house in one of the top college party towns in America. This film, takes a step into this unique house as they, for the first time, expose the
Matthew Markus is a former hacker with a special skill set: deconstructing the social systems in our world to see behind the matrix. At 24, just as the world wide web emerged, Matthew single-handedly
Can the man once called "the nation's number one domestic terror threat" reform his life to become a good father? In 1996, Jake Ferguson started the Earth Liberation Front, the underground eco
They are the happiest people on the planet. It is not about running the race; it’s about finishing the LA Marathon without injury.
This story is about Jayson Warsuma, preparing for the Marathon. He
My wife and I have been broadcast documentary filmmakers/producers for more than thirty years. Our daughter is an adult schizophrenic with two teenage children. When our grandchildren were in grade
In America aggressive driving has reached epidemic proportions. But when aggressive driving turns to road rage, itâ€™s deadly. Traffic confrontations are ending in murder. Everyday people are being
Hunter S. Thompson was an icon of American journalism and stomped upon global culture. He also could have a truly profound effect on people -- via his friendship, writing or even casual interactions -
Laura Archera was a teenage violin virtuoso who turned renowned psychotherapist. With the publication of BRAVE NEW WORLD in 1933, Aldous Huxley had become an undisputed literary giant of the 20th
"The Harvard 5" tells the true story of five men – architects and industrial designers, husbands, fathers, lovers. Now known famously as the "Harvard 5", who in a post WWII era of hope and
The Healing Journey is a docuseries that examines the role adverse childhood experiences plays in adult health, and what some are doing to heal.
El Korazon es Espejo (The Heart is a Mirror) is a significant creative endeavor of transcendent lyricism regarding Ladino folklore through the powerful means of preserving an endangered ethnic
This 60 minute documentary portrays the little known history of America's second largest immigrant group since 1990 … Filipinos. Survivors of the infamous Bataan Death March and equally brutal
"The Hosts" shows the perspective of five different Brazilians who were affected by the 2014 FIFA World Cup in different ways - from a woman selling street food by the stadiums, to a man who was
The Human Touch, a feature documentary film with Andy Goldsworthy directed by Thomas Riedelsheimer, brings together the team that made the commercially and artistically successful, Rivers and Tides