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"Walkies!": The Illustrious Life of the Inimitable Barbara Woodhouse

BUCK meets BEST IN SHOW. Aged 70, Barbara Woodhouse, the Julia Childs of Animal Husbandry and precursor to Temple Grandin for invention, became a global phenomenon. With immense personal charm, wit

A Whole Lott More

In a tough economy, everyone worries about their job, their home and their children's futures. With so much on our minds, is there even space to think about the 80% of Americans with developmental

At the Crossroads

At The Crossroads will explore the life of an aging gay blues musician in search of purpose and love. We live in a youth-obsessed society and sometimes forget the contribution older citizens have made

BAD FAITH: Christian Nationalism's War on Democracy

On January 6, 2021, invocations to Jesus rang out across the Capitol Mall in Washington D.C. as a violent confusion of forces attempted to overthrow the American government. While armed militiamen and

Dear Sirs (formerly Wyoming WWII Film)

In November of 1944, Sgt Silvio J. Pedri of the 95th Infantry was sent on a mission to cross the Moselle river near Metz, France. His objective was clear: secure the opposite bank and create a

The War on Women

Throughout the world, incidences of violence against women are increasing at alarming levels. The United Nations estimates as many as 200 million women and girls will be the victim of violence in 2015

The Way Everything Was

This film will revisit a powerfully formative event in my life: being bullied daily in a high school classroom nearly 4 decades ago.

That one experience, where a sick teacher used his power to

The Way We Get By

Inside a small airport in central Maine, a group of senior citizens are using handshakes and hugs to play a critical role in the Iraq war. The Way We Get By is not a war film, but a uniquely personal


Set entirely inside the legendary Folsom State Prison, THE WORK documents an intense four-day group therapy session between convicts and select members of the public. As each man delves deep within

The World According to Hollywoodlawn

In 1962, Harold Azjenberg left Miami for New York City by bus. He plucked his eyebrows on the way, shaved his legs and -- in the words of the Lou Reed song that later cemented him in the cultural

The World of Roses

The World of Roses is a public television series exploring the fascinating people, places, and history associated with the world's most popular flower. It is hosted by Paul Epsom, gardening

The Wrong Thing for the Right Reason

Dimitri K., an American, was asked by the head of the East German Secret Police to answer two questions about his country: when and where will you start the next World War? His belief in his duty to

Wade in the Water: A Journey into Black Surfing and Aquatic Culture

Wade in the Water: The Documentary (2022) is a historical chronicle that delves into the 1,000-year-old Pan-African surfing tradition that stretched across the coastlines of West Africa and has since

Walk by Me

Filmmaker Lisa Leeman and animation artist Gabi P. reconnect twenty-five years after Leeman profiled Payn’s gender transition in the 1990 documentary Metamorphosis (Sundance Filmmakers’ Trophy/ POV)

Walk for the Ancestors

Walk for the Ancestors follows the story of a Native Californian family who, in 2015, walked from mission to mission across the state to honor their ancestors and protest the canonization of Junipero

War Don Don

WAR DON DON is a film that chronicles the rise and fall of a former rebel leader in Sierra Leone. Through his trial before an international criminal court, a nation faces its wartime past.

Wardens of Memory

There was once a flourishing Jewish community on Synagogue Lane in the South Indian city of Cochin. Today only five people are left. and thousands migrated to the Promised Land of Israel leaving their


January 6th, 2021 already stands as a day that will live forever in our nation’s history. Many saw it coming, and many decided to do nothing. One person, however, had been speaking out and warning the

We Are Not The Same

In the 1970s the UK’s original reggae band, The Cimarons, brought live reggae to Ireland for the very first time.
Now, after 50 years as a band...
It’s time to go back.


Our film follows the creation of a troop of 8 to 12-year-old girls of color – the Radical Monarchs – in Oakland, CA. A social justice- oriented alternative to the Girl Scouts, the Monarchs still earn

We Are Victims!

"We Are Victims!" investigates the rights and support for victims left behind following a homicide. Of the over 250,000 victims since 2000 as many as 80% may not receive support or know that it exists

We Became Fragments

After his mother and siblings are killed in a bombing, a Syrian teenager moves to Canada to rebuild his life.

WE BECAME FRAGMENTS follows Ibraheem Sarhan and his father during his first week at a

We Go Higher

When Delaney Colaio was nearly three years old, she lost her father and two uncles in the 9/11 attacks. After being asked in 2017 to deliver a victim’s statement at Guantanamo Bay against the men

We Know Not What We Do

History, Legend, Myth, and Story.....thus begins the independent documentary "We Know Not What We Do," a creative concoction that examines the most important challenge of our time: climate change. Our

We said, No! No!

We said No! No! is the true story of civil disobedience set against the backdrop of the Tule Lake Segregation Camp from 1943-1946. It follows a group of dissidents deemed disloyal as they fight for

We're All Angels

"We're All Angels" is the story of rising stars Jason and deMarco, two talented
singers - both Christian and gay - and lovers. The pair sing about their love for Jesus and perform all over the

Wear it on the Outside

Wear it on the Outside will provide a thorough examination into the realities of living with a condition that isn't seen or heard. By revealing the stories of five adults living with congenital

Weed & Wine

Continents apart from one another, two farming families aim to reinvent themselves on their land. One family—a poised French matriarch and the son she raised among her vines—tends a centuries-old

Welcome Space Brothers

WELCOME SPACE BROTHERS unravels the six-decade-long journey and emotional legacy of “advanced clairvoyant” and spiritual leader Ruth E. Norman, known as “Archangel Uriel,” and her devoted students of

Welcome to the Dream

"We want to be the biggest band in the world" is the battle cry from the young musicians in this film. When asked how they will do it, the overwhelming response: "We just copy what the bigger bands

What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael

WHAT SHE SAID tells the story of Pauline Kael, longtime New Yorker film critic and best-selling author, and her battle to make a name for herself. Through new interviews, her own words, and never

When Medicine Got It Wrong

When Medicine Got It Wrong tells the story of how a small group of parents from the 1970s were the first in the nation to rebel against being blamed for causing schizophrenia. Their activism launched

When the Bell Rings

When the Bell Rings is a documentary about David "Dino" Wells, a former boxer who makes a gutsy attempt to return to fighting. At 40, Wells quickly finds that his 15-year absence from the sport has

When War Comes Home

From EMMY AWARD WINNING FILMMAKER, Michael King comes the story that will document the lives of four American service members from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars suffering from PTS/TBI (invisible

When We Fight

L.A. is the epicenter of school privatization, and the newly appointed L.A. superintendent just unveiled his plan to dismantle the second largest public school district in the country, but then 98% of