1990: 100K US AIDS deaths. Government attacks 4 artists, 3 of them queer. Now a film about 1: JOHN FLECK IS WHO YOU WANT HIM TO BE.
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At some point in almost everyone’s life, there comes a challenge so overwhelming, so painful, that it forces a course of action – to run and hide or to turn and head bravely Into the Storm. For
At the age of 80 artist Robert Janz is at the height of his abilities. A lifetime master of the ephemeral, he plunges into the exploding street art scene in New York with his vision of continuity and
JAZZ NIGHTS chronicles an almost completely unknown moment in time involving a group of L.A.’s top jazz musicians who brought jazz history full-circle by forging a modern-day version of the forbidden
About 30,000 survivors returned from camps and remained in Germany despite the tension and paranoia that came with living in the society of their perpetrators. Among them, my grandparents. How could
Humanity, Technology and the American Dream.
Jobsolete is a feature documentary exploring technological unemployment and what it means for society at large.
Humanity innovating technology has
JOCK brings a little known chapter of horse racing history to life in
a story-rich documentary about the first generation of female jockeys
who overcame sexual harassment, ridicule and life
The women of the Jordanian national football team share one dream: to qualify for the World Cup. For the first time in the team’s 13-year history, this dream is within their reach. Our film follows
Journey between the Vines: The Black Winemakers’ Story is a documentary about award-winning Black Winemakers from diverse career backgrounds who followed a new passion and are disrupting the
Five years in the making, the film traces the story of Chicago-born astronomer George Ellery Hale, considered the father of astrophysics, as he struggles personally and professionally to build the
In 1907, Sam’s great grandfather, a Jewish immigrant named Nathan Radutzky, started Joyva, a Jewish candy company that became ubiquitous in Jewish Americana and touched the lives of millions. 111
Jr. Bull spends a year in the lives of America's top youth bull riders as they train for and compete in the World Finals in Forth Worth, Texas. In an extreme sport where helmets are optional and
Julie Magers' world turned upside down when her husband, Michael Mehaffie, was sentenced to twenty years for commercial burglary. In the state of Maryland commercial burglary carries the same weight
This is the path to a world without war. As the threat of nuclear war increased and the campaign against terrorism changed the way war was conducted, Dr. Glen Stassen saw the need for a new ethical
In 1943 Johnny Bragg was sentenced to a life sentence for rape at Nashvilleâ€™s Tennessee State Penitentiary. Poor, black, uneducated and innocent, Johnny found solace in music when he joined a group
Following the death of a trans Afro-Latina on Rikers Island, a family’s loss blew up into a movement that shined a light on the injustices of the criminal legal system.
The Jewish 48’ers: is the story of revolution failed and redeemed. Freedom Fighters, inspired by the social ideals of the American and French Revolutions to take on the Feudal Monarchies in uprisings