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  • "Why A Volunteer?" is a feature-length documentary that examines the question of why ordinary people choose to do extraordinary work for the benefit of others around the world. This documentary tells the stories of three volunteers in Afghanistan, Ecuador, and India. Why are they there? What...

  • abstract superimposed image of fans raising their hands and a man playing guitar on stage.

    "WHY." is a documentary series with a focus on People who are inspired & dedicated to pursue a particular calling in their Life. Among these people are artists, musicians, small business owners, leaders, teachers, athletes, caretakers, advocates & farmers.

    No one is making them do...

  • A baby in a swaddling cloth

    At one time home birth was the norm and hospital birth was the exception. Now, nearly 99% of births in America take place in hospitals. With the normalizing of hospital birth, the notion of home birth carries a certain stigma and evokes fear and judgment from many. "Why not Home?" reveals not...

  • Why is access to the arts a civil right? This feature documentary unpacks the role of Arts Education in the fight for social justice in LA County public schools. Utilizing a deep trove of vérité footage, incisive analysis of how No Child Left Behind deepened systemic racism, energizing success...

  • yellow kayak glides across large lake

    Somewhere in the wild reaches of our planet there is a place where
    we want to be. To get there we can journey to these incredible environments and find
    it—right where it has always been…inside each and every one of us.

    It is our WildSide.

    WildSide is a series designed...

  • Aspen Tree with Wimblu's logo and slogan: We are nature telling stories.

    Wimblu Magazine produces and showcases creative documentaries that reconnect ecology and culture in order to restore our sense of belonging and connection to our planet.

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    Amid the planetary crisis we are living through, there are very few spaces to look beyond immediate...

  • Watermelon slim holds a harmonica and speaks into distance in a black and white photo.

    As a consummate underdog, William P. Homans III has endured the realities of war, had success that turned to failure, had joy that ended in pain, love followed by loneliness. But after 50 years of wandering Bill Homans III found his purpose in the blues. Now in his 70’s he’s looking for love....

  • Treblinka Monument at a distance with a figure walking through the stones.

    Eight decades after being smuggled out of Poland, a box of photographs sparks a filmmaker’s journey to confront his family’s past and the haunted silence that lingers in their present.

    Confronting the pervasiveness of intergenerational trauma, cultural taboos around mental illness, and...

  • Witkin & Witkin explores the worlds of identical twin brothers, Joel-Peter Witkin, world famous photographer and super star of contemporary art photography and his brother Jerome a realist painter and a life long educator in the fine arts. Our film looks at the distinct paths both artists...

  • Women Like Us — Features the story of three women as they take an incredible journey across the United States and Kenya, engaging with powerful women leaders who are confronting social injustices by advocating for and equipping women with tools to create positive change in such areas as sex...

  • Our subject is Women of the Gulag. The term Gulag, which in Russian is the abbreviation for "Main Camp Administration," has come to mean something larger than the corrective labor camps under the Gulag administration. It signifies the system of repression of the Soviet period, which peaked under...

  • While many are familiar with Woodstock, New York's musical history, Woodstock: 100 Years of the Arts presents the first comprehensive documentary solely focused on the town's artistic and cultural history that resulted from the institutions and artists that came together in the twentieth century...

  • Man sits in a craft workshop with a bamboo flame over a controlled flame.

    “Everything is connected,” as he says – John Kaizan Neptune’s passion for surfing brought him to Hawaii where he discovered a musical instrument that took his life in a direction he never anticipated. Now an ancient art in modern Japan, the “shakuhachi” is a traditional Japanese bamboo flute...

  • A Black Male Folsom inmate stands in a blue shirt in front of a diverse group of male prisoners.

    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 themselves, we see profound moments of masculinity, fragility and compassion. And as the...

  • Since its earliest days, Connecticut farmers and the farming way of life helped to build the state, give sustenance to millions, and provide residents with a special sense of place. Today, farming in Connecticut is at a crossroads as lifestyle changes, development pressures and regional factory...

  • 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 firmament, "then he was a she," Holly Woodlawn. Holly's walk on the wild side took her from the...

  • A pink rose.

    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 correspondent for the Emmy Award winning PBS series The Victory Garden. Join Paul as he travels the...

  • American literature has a history of being in the vanguard when it comes to activism about controversial issues. The books of Edward Abbey carry on that tradition, with memoirs like Desert Solitaire and the classic comic novel, The Monkey Wrench Gang, taking on the degradation of the American...

  • a young woman leans on the a bearded older mans' shoulder, speaking into his ear.

    Neshama Carlebach is caught between the opposing legacies of her father, Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, a spiritual and musical icon whose work transformed the Jewish world. At the same time, Shlomo is a man accused of widespread sexual assault and abuse. As her father’s daughter and musical heir,...

  • What could possibly motivate someone to alter or destroy their body? Told though subject portraits and expert interviews, 'Written on the Body' is a feature-length documentary film that explores the hidden epidemic of self-injury, which affects an estimated two million people in the United...

  • 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 preserve world peace led him to accept; living in Washington, D.C. as an underground agent until...

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