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  • A group of Nigerian women perform a Chinese dance in traditional orange-colored Chinese dress.

    Chinese investors create one of the largest industrial zones in West Africa, where thousands of locals earn their livelihood at the risk of losing what they value most - sacred land, religious practices, and identity. Through verité scenes, the film follows both Chinese investors who dream of...

  • Bruce stands holding a drum before a forest.

    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 impact on the world.

    It is a film about Love and Hate. Hate (and racism) is the shadow...

  • UNAFF 2022 Reflections - 25 Year Anniversary

    UNAFF (United Nations Association Film Festival) is an international documentary film festival held in Palo Alto, East Palo Alto, San Francisco and at Stanford University each year around the UN Day (October 24). Founded in 1998 to celebrate the 50 th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of...

  • An animated graduate in a green rob holds a megaphone in front of a student protester and latin american individual with a "I am Undocumented" red t-shirt.

    THE UNAFRAID is a feature length documentary that follows the personal lives of three DACA students in Georgia, a state that has banned them from attending their top state universities and disqualifies them from receiving in-state tuition at any other public college. Shot in an observational...

  • A school of fish swim through a coral reef.

    We are a team of award-winning filmmakers and ocean advocates joining forces to bring to you an uplifting feature documentary on marine conservation efforts in beautiful Belize. Our mission is to showcase the efforts of a multigenerational group...

  • At age 66, Bernard "Butch" Rosichan, a Jewish, balding pot-bellied and homophobic owner of an auto wrecking business undergoes a risky sex change operation and is reborn as "Gloria Stein" and becomes an advocate for transgender rights.But unlike many transgenders, Gloria (think Carol Channing...

  • A Black woman sits across a park picnic table from a White Cop in uniform

    In 2011, Rosilyn Temple’s son was murdered in his own apartment. He was 26 years old. To this day, his homicide remains unsolved. Uncommon Allies shows how Rosilyn, in the wake and devastation of her son’s murder, turned a personal search for justice into a life changing community call to action...

  • In 1995, a judge reversed custody of a child from her mother to her father. Why? Mary Ward was a good mother, and John Ward had little to do with his daughter since they separated. Plus he was a convicted murderer who shot his first wife 12 times twenty years earlier. The reason: Mary Ward was a...

  • NSA Contractor sits in an orange jumpsuit in the back of a car.

    This film tells the extraordinary story of 25-year-old NSA contractor Reality Winner who disclosed a document about Russian election interference to the media and became the number one leak target of the Trump administration.

  • Exponential technology is changing the world and there's only one university in the world devoted to teaching students how to harness it: Singularity University (SU).The new feature documentary, The University, tells the story of the students, the faculty, and how Singularity University teaches...

  • five different portrait of diverse trauma survivors.

    In a world where images of trauma have become an almost daily occurrence, there’s a need to educate the general public about the lasting impact trauma has on survivors, their families and communities, and give people hope again for a better future.

    A new film, UnMASKing HOPE from...

  • Unmuted Logo with female profile opening her mouth to speak

    UNMUTED, a 6 episode anthology docuseries, features women fighting to overcome tremendous obstacles and will inspire viewers to join their efforts to improve the lives of women across the globe.

    Each episode will explore a different problem that explicitly harms women. Personal stories...

  • a pile of woodpallets sits on a hill above a pop-warner football practice at sunset.

    This short, 30-minute documentary paints a multi-dimensional portrait of a small town in southwestern Pennsylvania. Once home to the country’s largest integrated steel mill, Aliquippa, PA represents a microcosm of twentieth century America.

  • At the center of the story is the amazing and endlessly curious Ruth Reichl-- former NY Times food critic, groundbreaking editor of Gourmet, best selling memoirist, and possibly the most respected voice defining American food culture for the last four decades. In the first days, weeks, and...

  • Artistic psychedelic rendering of the small head of a young Black boy floating above a mirror image of a black woman in profile, with colorful silhouettes flowing from the image

    When one of the most historically rich buildings in Watts is threatened with a major housing redevelopment, a coalition of local artists and activists come together to preserve the building and revitalize its original mission of fostering arts in the community.

    Friends At Mafundi, a...

  • Two men’s lives collided in a CIA black site. One was a psychologist on-hire to get terrorists to talk by any means. The other, accused of being a 9/11 plotter, was his 'Patient Zero'.Fifteen years on, the contractor James MItchell is defending himself against war crimes charges, and the...

  • Ask any number of residents in the Kansas City metro area what the word "barbecue" means to them, and you will get a number of thoughts and ideas. It's a style of cooking with fire, a backyard gathering with friends and family, a ritual before a sporting event, a type of restaurant.Kansas City...

  • Filmed over 3 years, the Untitled KCRW Documentary is a fast paced romp through past, present and future of the landmark Public Radio Station in Santa Monica, California, whose influence is felt the world over.  Filmed while the station is on the brink of moving from its longtime basement home...

  • When the murder of George Floyd forced Minneapolis to confront a historically and systemically racist police department, Minneapolis City Council Members spearheaded an effort to dismantle and defund its police department, sparking a worldwide reimagining of what public safety can look like....

  • During dinner, Mistress Dispeller wears a beige coat and sits between a married couple and leans toward the husband as she speaks.

    Teacher Wang works as a “mistress dispeller” in China, hired to maintain the bounds of marriage — and break up affairs — by any means necessary. UNTITLED MISTRESS DISPELLER PROJECT follows a single case of infidelity as Teacher Wang attempts to bring a couple back from the edge of crisis,...

  • Animated storefront for the independent record store Other Music.

    In the summer of 2016, New York City lost a beloved and influential hub of independent music culture. Other Music--located on East 4th Street between Broadway and Lafayette in the heart of Manhattan's East Village neighborhood--was more than just a store that sold CDs, records, tapes and...

  • THE UNTOLD TALES OF ARMISTEAD MAUPIN celebrates a beloved literary figure. Author Armistead Maupin is best known for his TALES OF THE CITY novels that began as a newspaper column for The San Francisco Chronicle in 1976. However Maupin’s own life “tales” are much lesser known, and just as strange...

  • The gritty, textured film title "UNTOUCHABLE" appears over a blue sky superimposed with court documents detailing pedophilia. Two children play with their mother on a structure below this ominous sky.

    When the most powerful lobbyist in Florida discovers that the nanny has sexually abused his daughter, he harnesses his extraordinary political power to pass the toughest sex offender laws in the nation. UNTOUCHABLE chronicles his crusade, and its impact on the lives of several of the 800,000...

  • A silhouette of two people holding children at a beach during sunset

    LOGLINE: UNZIPPED: An Autopsy of American Inequality is searing expose of the affordable housing crisis in America told through the prism of one zip code's struggle with the growing housing divide.

    SYNOPSIS: From the award-winning writer & director Colin K. Gray, produced by The...

  • N.Y.C. teens tuned into political and social issues model hope as they debate hot-button topics inside the largest urban debate league in the U.S. - The New York City Urban Debate League (NYCUDL).

    From thoroughly researching their arguments and learning to flip from one diametrically...