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GTFO: Get the F**k Out - Women in Gaming
Sparked by a public display of sexual harassment in 2012, GTFO pries open the video game world to explore a 20 billion dollar industry that is riddled with discrimination and misogyny. Although half of all gamers are women, females are…
Seed: The Untold Story - Defending the Future of Food
In the last century, 94% of our seed varieties have disappeared. A cadre of 10 agrichemical companies, including Syngenta, Bayer, and Monsanto, controls over two-thirds of the global seed market, reaping unprecedented profits. SEED: THE UNTOLD STORY follows passionate seed-keepers…
Broken on All Sides - Race, Mass Incarceration and New Visions for Criminal Justice
Today, there are more African Americans in prison or jail, on probation or parole, than were enslaved in 1850, a decade before the Civil War began. The prison population has exploded by 500% since the end of the Civil Rights…
No Room in Paradise - A Close Look at the Homeless Population in Hawaii
With some of the most expensive housing in America and the nation's worst homeless crisis, the paradise of Hawaii comes with a price. Filmmakers Anthony Aalto and Mike Hinchey spent two years following two single mothers and their kids from…
American Winter - The Decline of the Middle Class in America
A timely documentary that follows the personal stories of eight families struggling in the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression. AMERICAN WINTER reveals the devastating effects of the mortgage meltdown, high unemployment, the health care crisis, and budget cuts…
Growing Cities - Examining the Role of Urban Farming in America
From rooftop farmers to backyard beekeepers, Americans are growing food like never before. GROWING CITIES tells the inspiring stories of these intrepid urban farmers, innovators, and everyday city-dwellers who are challenging the way the USA grows and distributes its food.…
Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago - Following Six People on a Spiritual Pilgramiage
This film is an up-close look at the ancient spiritiual pilgrimage known as the Camino de Santiago, or Way of St. James. Since the ninth century, millions have embarked on this pilgrimage across northern Spain. There are many routes to…
Queen of the Sun - What are the Bees Telling Us?
From Taggart Siegel, director of the award-winning documentary The Real Dirst on Farmer John , comes a profound, alternative look at the global bee crisis. Queen of the Sun takes us on a journey through the catastrophic disappearance of bees…
The Split Horn - The Life of A Hmong Shaman in America
America has become the testing ground for the enduring strength of Hmong culture. The Split Horn documents the journey of Hmong shaman Paja Thao and his family from the mountains of Laos to the heartland of America: Appleton, Wisconsin. This…
Circle of Poison - Toxic American-Made Pesticides Sold Overseas
When the U.S. government bans a chemical, deeming it harmful to the health of its citizens, companies are still allowed to produce it for export only. CIRCLE OF POISON exposes this disturbing federal policy that sends a message to the…
Sister - Working to Improve Global Maternal Health
Sister follows maternal health workers in Ethiopia, Cambodia and Haiti though beautiful and brutal circumstances. A surgical health officer in Ethiopia, a rural midwife in Cambodia, and a traditional birth attendant in Haiti work tirelessly to save the lives of…
Wizard Mode - An Autistic Teenager's Quest to Become World Pinball Champion
In the game of pinball, there is no greater reward than Wizard Mode - a hidden level that is only unlocked when a player completes a series of lightning-speed challenges. Robert Gagno has dedicated most of his life to mastering…
Who Does She Think She Is? - A Portrait of Female Artists
From the producing team that won an Academy Award for Born Into Brothels comes Who Does She Think She Is?, a film that examines some of the most pressing issues of our time: parenting and work, partnering and independence, economics…
Between Two Worlds - The Hmong Shaman
Between Two Worlds: The Hmong Shaman in America powerfully exposes the struggle of Hmong refugees in America. This classic documentary traces the lives of three Hmong families displaced thousands of miles from their villages in Northern Laos and alienated in…
Field Biologist - What Makes Someone a Scientist?
Field Biologist is the story of 22-year-old Tyler Christensen, a remarkably talented but somewhat rudderless high school graduate from New Jersey still trying to figure out what to do with his life. Tyler's great love is being outside, chasing birds…
Good People go to Hell, Saved People Go To Heaven - Evangelical Christianity Along America’s Gulf Coast
Set against a backdrop of hurricane devastation and apocalyptic fear, Good People go to Hell, Saved People Go To Heaven penetrates the complex world of evangelical Christianity along America's Gulf Coast. The film follows a cross-carrying fundamentalist preacher, an impassioned…
Return of the River - The Largest Dam Removal in History
A documentary infused with hope, Return of the River explores an unlikely victory for environmental justice and restoration. The film follows a group of committed people as they attempt the impossible: to change the public opinion of a town--and eventually…
The Heart Broken In Half - Street Gangs in Urban America
Gangs are society's ultimate devil figure. They symbolize transgression and embody the deepest fears of middle class citizens. Few filmmakers have dared or been able to get behind the headlines to confront the human reality and complexity of street gangs…
Mirrors to Windows: The Artist as Woman
A unique film following an international cast of three generations of women artists from Cairo, France, Germany, Iran, the United States and the United Kingdom who are forging their careers in the London art scene. The film takes you on…
Help Us Find Sunil Tripathi - How a University Student Became a Wrongful Suspect in the Boston Marathon Bombing
While in the throes of depression, Brown University student Sunil Tripathi walked out of his Providence apartment and disappeared into the cold Rhode Island night. In a desparate search to find him, his family launched a social media movement that…