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  • This sequel to the critically acclaimed "Paper Clips" revisits Whitwell Middle School as, ten years after their renowned Paper Clips Project began, the children continue their extraordinary journey of tolerance and understanding. They travel both literally and metaphorically from their small...

  • artistic rendering of a data link, with icons of a soldier mounted on a tank, a fighter jet and an aircraft carrier

    “Timber Sweet” tells the story of military tactical data links, and the amazing people who build and use them. For non-data link people… data links are the unique and intricate communications that integrate military personnel and their combat systems into a coherent and lethal team. Data...

  • TIME OF MY LIFE is a new feature documentary that follows a group of medically fragile young adults as they come of age in a world where life is short and the obstacles are many. In spite of their extraordinary circumstances, they share ordinary adolescent desires – to be independent, make...

  • "The New York Times" building front

    Centered around The New York Times’ Letters Department, people from across the country write letters to the editor (LTE), sustaining free speech in a time of political and technological upheaval.

    As personal letter writing has become virtually extinct, why are LTEs still a vibrant and,...

  • Today's Woman

    Today’s Woman is a public affairs television series for PBS stations nationwide with a mission to provide a TV platform that currently does not exist for the voices of women and girls toward achieving gender equality and justice. Educating viewers about issues impacting women and girls today...

  • Thirty-five years before Barack Obama's election as President, the question of race and the possibility of crossing racial boundaries was put to the test in a remarkable, yet overlooked, story in American politics: Tom Bradley's historic election as Mayor of Los Angeles, the first African...

  • Tony Conrad: Completely in the Present is an unusual, non-fiction film examining the pioneering life and works of artist, musician, and educator, Tony Conrad, who has finally begun to receive worldwide attention for his work that continues to expand the boundaries of reason.

  • Drawing of a human skull placed over 'A Total Disruption' logo on the bottom.

    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 technology in order to empower and educate us all so we can make our visions real, through what we...

  • From the filmmaker who brought you the multi-award winning documentary Panic Nation and the associate producer of Torn from the Flag comes Touché: A Blind Fencer's Story.Touché is the French word for "touched" and is used by fencers to acknowledge a hit when struck by an opponent's blade.This...

  • On one side of the Atlantic, perched atop a hillside on the island of Sicily, sits the town of Alessandria della Rocca. Surrounded by views of fruit orchards and vineyards, the residents here are in a struggle to remain relevant in an ever-changing world.On the opposite side of the Atlantic,...

  • In 2006 a severe chemical fire in Apex, North Carolina brought the town to a screeching halt. This monstrous fire at a hazardous-waste disposal plant released a greenish-yellow cloud of deadly chlorine gas and reduced the building to molten ash and the community to an abandoned ghost town....

  • This film is about the intimate role technology plays in making us who we are. It tells the stories of five people whose technologies have changed or are changing them in some way-from a child learning to read to an ex-military drone pilot-and examines our relationship to technology in a tactile...

  • In 2008, California voters approved a bond to start construction of a High Speed Rail link between LA and San Francisco. Further phases will join Sacramento, San Diego and other California cities.High Speed Rail started in Japan in the 1960s. The first line opened in France in the 1980s. Since...

  • An image of non-binary teen AJ Hack holding his family's copy of the Mishnah, a red book with Hebrew lettering and a taped-together binding.

    Judaism sanctifies every kind of major life event - and many Transgender and Non-Binary Jews are leveraging this power to celebrate their gender transitions. How can ancient ritual teach us to claim transition as spiritual and even holy, when to do so is still a radical act?

  • Filmed over four years, a lingering lens provides a profound look at four transgender youth (starting at ages 4, 9, 12 and 15) as they redefine "coming of age." These kids and their families unmask the intimate realities of how gender fluidity is re-shaping the family next door, especially in...

  • "TranSilk" is a short-doc about a female biologist who wants to save life on earth collaborating with spiders and bioengineering.

  • A large empty vista with a single green highway sign reading "Emery County"

    Over the course of one hot summer, through intimate time spent with the locals of Emery County, Utah, a story is woven about life in this sparse region, where the residents have less belief in climate change than anywhere else in the country, and where outsiders from urban centers have the wrong...

  • A Trump supporter wrapped in a MAGA flag debates with an opponent in front of a crowd on the street

    Trumphobia: what both sides fear is a feature-length documentary that shines a light on the political division in the United States during the Donald Trump era. Through carefully selected footage of political debates, marches, and protests across multiple states and compelling on-screen...

  • The truth teller project is a docu-series and movement to eradicate shame & stigma. The guests are high profile celebrities who have personally experienced decades of living with shame and stigma.

    Did you know; That twenty-three million Americans suffer from alcohol and drug addiction...

  • A rock held up to the sky between the index and thumb of a masculine hand

    “There are two deserts” – these were the first words published in the Desert Magazine, a mid-century monthly covering the American Southwest. As opposed to the era’s image of the desert as a wasteland, editor Randall Henderson promised his readers to offer them an honest version of what he...

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