Paintings by Basquiat and Gerhard Richter sell at auction for tens of millions of dollars; a multi-story inflatable ballerina by Jeff Koons dwarfs visitors
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Kohola tells the story of plastic pollution thru the eyes of a humpback whale and its family.
Pack is Here
With the increased visibility of transgender people in the United States, we are seeing a backlash that results in efforts to block trans people from participation in some of the most basic parts of
Paleo Doc from Out on Exposure Productions LLC
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
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”
“In Farsi, parastoo is the name of a bird. It’s always migrating and moving and always traveling. This is the fate of migrants.” - Saleh Sepas, Parastoo Theater
Thousands of miles from a crisis in
Particle Fever the Musical
In July of 2014, the documentary Particle Fever was released to the world to great critical acclaim. Filmmaker / Physicist collaborators Mark Levinson and David Kaplan worked from 2007 to 2013 to
Passport and Pallette
The new high-definition 13-part series Passport & Palette represents the next generation of art education on television and is presented to public television stations nationwide at no cost. Passport
Pet Fooled is a documentary exploring the underbelly of the pet food industry. As a business that is largely unregulated, and controlled by a conglomerate of companies, this film will take an inside
Pet Fooled 2
Pet Fooled 2 takes a deeper dive into the pet food industry, solving once and for all what is biologically necessary for dogs and cats.
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
Pieces of Isaac
On April 23, 2006, renowned abstract sculptor, Isaac Witkin died. His once public career had wound down and his major personal relationship had ended the year prior to his death. The day after Isaac’s
Pipes & Sticks on Route 66
Five 'rock stars' of the bagpiping world get their kicks on Route 66 in a 3-week musical tour down the Mother Road.
Scottish pipers Willie McCallum, Stuart Liddell and Angus MacColl and drummer Jim
PIRATE COPY : A road movie through the world of film pirateria
Pirate Copy is a 90-minute documentary that tells the story of piracy in the age of digital reproduction of film, from a global
In a time when communal progression and improvement needs to happen at a great velocity, PLANET PROGRESS brings ideas and resources into focus. PLANET PROGRESS is a documentary web series featuring
The untold story of the global plastic crisis as demonstrated through the microcosm of the island of Bali. Plastic Diamond travels from the gates of American industry and the shady world of recycling
Poetry of Resilience
Poetry of Resilience is a feature-length documentary that explores the question: How strong is the human spirit? Serving as a provocative meditation on the creativity and dynamism of humanity the film
Point of No Return Educational Initiative
The Point of No Return Educational Initiative will bring the documentary, Point of No Return, the inspirational story of the first solar-powered flight around the world, along with inquiry-based
Described as arduous and painful but utterly addictive, endurance riding is the fastest-growing equine sport in America. At its most grueling, horse and rider may travel up to 100 miles in a single
Power of the River: Expedition to the Heart of Water in Bhutan
In the country with the world’s most ambitious commitment to protect nature, where the king values the happiness of his people above the money they make, a threat is looming. Bhutan's primary revenue
"I would find a child that nobody loved, that nobody cared for….all they wanted was a hug. If a child likes you, they'll do anything for you. Anything." - Richard, convicted child molester living
PRESENT TIME: journal of a country monastery
PRESENT TIME is a poetic historical portrait of a monastery, representing 15 years and told over five seasons.
Woven into these seasons is an intimate, observed chronicle of the everyday lives of
Pride of Lions
PRIDE OF LIONS shines a new light on Sierra Leone in hopes that the rest of the world will see the horror imposed on these peaceful people during the 11-year civil war that ended only six years ago
Mariah Bahe is a Navajo Nation teenager and five-time national amateur boxing champion attempting to become the first female Navajo boxer to win an Olympic title. Her heart is set on competing in the
Prison Terminal: Life and Death in a Prison Hospice
Prison Terminal is a feature length documentary following the final months in the life of a prisoner, from his initial terminal diagnosis to his eventual death in an Iowa prison-based hospice program
Bandage up an open wound.
Eat nutritious foods and exercise.
Drink plenty of fluids and rest when feeling ill.
We know how to take care of our physical bodies because we are taught how to do so
A person who dies without a name is like a story without and ending.
Suburbs of Milan: a half naked body is found near the railways that lead to the Central Station. Nobody knows its identity
The Park That Kids Built
Released in 1981, the original film, The Park That Kids Built is a transformative documentary of urban renewal. The film is set in South Los Angeles and depicts how two teachers, their fifth and sixth
The Parkland Doctors
Dallas, Texas. November 22, 1963. The thirty-fifth President of the United States is gunned down. As the world watches in horror, the news fumbles into action desperately trying to make sense of
A group of mariners' lives are changed when they find adventure, danger, and belonging on the high seas as they pursue their ultimate dream: navigating the western coast of the United States on an
State Trooper Jessie Osborn is called to check out a suspicious sedan on a remote Alaskan Highway. The brief encounter leaves one man dead and turns Jessie’s life into a nightmare. The incident
In Ethiopia, there is a community of over nine thousand Jews. They speak Hebrew, keep kosher and have relatives in Israel, yet Israel continues to deny their appeals for aliyah — the Jewish birthright
The People Factor
In a fresh twist on traditional perceptions, host and producer Jane Turville travels across America to explore the underlying impacts of population growth on human ability to thrive in a modern world
The People's Game
At a time when a decades old ethnic war split the country in two, an unconventional team of diverse players led Sri Lanka to one of the finest and most unforgettable World Cup performances in cricket