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Paraíso Tropical

A psychological docu-thriller, Paraíso Tropical investigates the mysteries and unsolved questions of a terrorist attack in Latin America–one that had profound reverberations among those the victims

A Decent Home

When housing on the lowest rung of the American dream is being devoured by the wealthiest of the wealthy, whose dream are we serving? That’s How We Roll addresses urgent issues of class and economic


A TOTAL DISRUPTION is an interactive video portal for innovators and entrepreneurs, documenting the thought leaders and doers who are driving the greatest revolution in the history of mankind with

Calamity & Mercy

Tempelhof removes the mass mask of the Migrants by showing them as individual persons through their stories about their lives, their journey, and integrating into Germany.

The story structure of

Our Land, Our Freedom

Set in Kenya, a powerful woman, Wanjugu Kimathi’s search for her father's remains becomes an investigation into British colonial atrocities, including concentration camps and land theft that left

Sapiro: The Jew Who Sued Henry Ford

Sapiro: The Jew Who Sued Henry Ford

“This is not just to develop an understanding about what happened but to raise awareness, or resistance, against those who would drag us in the same direction.”


T-Rex is a feature documentary about 17-year old boxer Claressa "T-Rex" Shields who made history this summer when she won the gold medal at the 2012 Olympics, the first time women were allowed to box

Tab Hunter Confidential

Throughout the 1950s, Tab Hunter is number one at the box office and number one on the music charts. He is Hollywood's most sought-after star. Natalie Wood, Debbie Reynolds and Sophia Loren are just a

Taking Stock

A documentary which explores the conflicted connections between business and family, community, and country. The film will follow my father, Clive Stillerman, a shopkeeper-philosopher from South

Tambourine Man

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

TamCam Fund

TamCam Fund is a traveling workshop that mentors kids in under-served communities on how to make documentaries about the issues that are important to them in their communities. Pilot program to begin


Stranded in tents and detention centers in Greece and Turkey, or in temporary housing throughout Europe are thousands of Palestinian refugees from Syria whose predicament started 70 years earlier with

Tasting Heritage

"Tasting Heritage" is a coming of culture story about a Korean-American woman's savory journey to reclaim her heritage through food.


TEACHED is a series of short documentary films that candidly examine issues of race, education and equality.

TEACHED Vol. I, the first compilation of short films, reminds viewers of the promise made

Teaching About Religion

Students from different faiths come together in a World Religions class at a public high school in the Midwest. Through their senior year, a basketball coach turned World Religions teacher helps them

Ten Green Bottles

A compelling story of one family's fierce determination to escape Nazi Austria in a desperate race for survival that ends in war-torn China. It is a journey of fear and hope that begins in the rich


Stuyvesant, Bronx Science, Brooklyn Tech: some of NYC's top ranked public high schools. Each year, thousands of eighth and ninth graders compete to secure coveted spots at these elite schools by

Thanks for the Mammaries, Bettina Hubby

"Thanks for the Mammaries, Bettina Hubby" is a feature length documentary about Los Angeles artist Bettina Hubby's diagnosis with breast cancer and the power of art to transform and sustain our

That Night at Kezar

That Night At Kezar is a portrait of San Francisco told through the lens of a legendary high school basketball game in 1996, between Balboa High School and
St. Ignatius College Preparatory.

The film

That Way Madness Lies...

Duanne Luckow begins a scary, dangerous and ever-escalating cycle of arrests, incarcerations, Mental institutional stays including Oregon State Hospital (The setting of “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s

The Terrorist's Son

Zak Ebrahim has spent his life trying to understand what drew his father to terrorism, and struggled with the knowledge that he has his blood in his veins. This is a portrait of a young man who was


When Texas cut $5.4 billion from public schools, it affected 5 million students and made Texas 49th in the country in per pupil spending. Texans protested, districts sued the state, battle lines were

The Thief Collector

It was one of the most audacious and puzzling crimes of a generation. 
In 1985, Willem de Kooning’s “Woman-Ochre,” one of the most valuable paintings of the 20th century, vanished into the desert of

The Thin Green Line

As high-profile trials against U.S. Border Patrol agents reach a climax, the Trump administration plots to hire thousands of new agents with scant oversight, going so far as to send the National Guard

The Threat of Art

Through an intimate character study of exiled Egyptians "The Threat of Art" explores the relationship between art and the power of Egypt's aggressive military regime.

To what extent is an

Therese & Peta: A Tale of Two-Spirits

The world is an increasingly divided place, fuelled by fake news, xenophobia, and social inequalities. The AIDS epidemic in the 1990s sparked similar fear, homophobia and division.

In 1990s Columbus

Think Big Start Small

At the heart of The Think Big Start Small Project are five dramatic, incredibly entertaining stories about U.S. kid-entrepreneurs as they learn how to start a business and experience the challenges


The story from inside the secretive community of Northern California's redwoods where almost everybody is involved in one of the most profitable cash crop industries in the country. Told through

This Is Not an Apple

The life of three Palestinian siblings in Norway is turned upside down by a knife attack, and they try to recover through an apple farming initiative

This is Ragtime

Before Jazz, Swing and Rock & Roll, there was Ragtime. This wonderful groundbreaking music is all but forgotten and its story remains untold. This Is Ragtime: The Birth of American Music offers a long

This Is Where I Learned Not To Sleep

Part quest for justice – part journey towards healing. Decorated Nashville cop Mark Wynn wrestles with his own violent childhood while working to reform decades of domestic violence mishandling, cover

This Place Matters

THIS PLACE MATTERS is limited series of six one-hour films, each from a different award-winning director, about place in America; how it defines us, how it creates meaning in our hearts and how it

Threads: The Art and Life of Surayia Rahman

Threads is an intimate portrait of an 86-year old Muslim artist in Bangladesh who transforms a unique quiltwork tradition to create possibilities for a better life for her family and for hundreds of

Three Chaplains

Three Muslim chaplains aim to make change in one of America’s most powerful institutions—the military. For them, the fight for equality and religious freedom begins on the inside.

Thriving with Cerebral Palsy: The Cordell Brown Story

Growing up in rural Ohio with cerebral palsy would not be easy. As a toddler, Cordell’s Mom would drive him three times a week, two hours each way, for five hours of physical therapy to teach Cordell

Throw Like A Girl

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 -