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A New Color: The Art of Being Edythe Boone

A New Color: The Art of Being Edythe Boone

Long before Black Lives Matter became a rallying cry, Edythe Boone embodied that truth as an artist, an educator, and a great-grandmother. When a personal tragedy ignites a national outcry, everything that Edythe has worked so tirelessly for is at stake. From humble Harlem beginnings herself, the indefatigable Edy... See More
A Thousand Mothers

A Thousand Mothers

Set at an ancient nunnery above the majestic Irrawaddy River, A THOUSAND MOTHERS is an unprecedented look into the lives of Buddhist nuns in Sagaing, Myanmar, an ancient religious region with one of the largest concentrations of monasticism in the world.  While the choices available to girls and women in Myanmar are quite limited, the film poetically unfolds to reveal unexpected opportunity and beauty as... See More
A Way to Forgiveness

A Way to Forgiveness

To heal from her divorce, a Catholic woman walks 500 miles across northern Spain, the Camino de Santiago. Along the way, she discusses forgiveness with fellow pilgrims. This vulnerable and emotional documentary takes a raw, honest look at forgiveness. See More
ABLE: A series

ABLE: A series

Our hosts (Kallen Blair and Alie B. Gorrie) join various figures in film, television, theatre, and entertainment with real experiences in and with the disabled community to discuss how storytellers can create more representative and truthful narratives. See More
Again

Again

AGAIN is a 2D short animation that explores the idea that life is a series of meaningless routines. See More
Already Free

Already Free

ALREADY FREE tells the stories of Dorrie van Roij-Houtappels and Norberto Rodrigues, two ordinary people living thousands of miles apart, as each discovers a form of life cultivation that offers the promise of a higher state of being and inner peace. Their transformative experience with the practice changes not only their... See More
An Honest Liar

An Honest Liar

The incredible true story of the renowned magician turned skeptic and exposer of frauds and hoaxes, James “The Amazing” Randi. The film was screened at a number of 2014 film festivals, including the Tribeca Film Festival, Hot Docs, and AFI Docs Festival, where it won the Audience Award for... See More
Another World (short film)

Another World (short film)

This short film combines live footage with illustration and animation. We first meet a young boy who loves to draw and has grown up on a boat, illustrating aspects of his childhood and observations, particularly those things that are unjust. Throughout, we hear his mother reading him a poem... See More
Art on the Hill

Art on the Hill

Art on the Hill tells the story of the determined and talented female sculptor, conservationist, and visionary, Dorothy Riester. It explores the process of the creation of the Stone Quarry Hill Art Park in Cazenovia, NY. See More
Back to Eden

Back to Eden

Back to Eden Film is a powerful documentary about organic gardening. Paul Gautschi teaches how to grow your own food and vegetable garden with less work! See More
Back to Natural

Back to Natural

This documentary outlines the ways in which race, identity, and hair are all related and offers a compassionate viewpoint on issues that affect African descendants. See More
Beauty Bites Beast

Beauty Bites Beast

Consider that one third of all women and girls worldwide are assaulted during their lifetime, and chances are they didn’t fight back. Why is this, when females of other species would? BEAUTY BITES BEAST sets out to answer this question. See More
Becoming Leslie

Becoming Leslie

BECOMING LESLIE chronicles life on the streets as seen through the eyes of a cross-dressing, homeless man named Leslie Cochran, one of the most beloved yet polarizing cult figures of Austin, Texas. Told with unapologetic humor, Leslie’s bizarre meteoric rise to iconic status is starkly contrasted with living life... See More
Bedroom Story

Bedroom Story

After the disappointing debut of her novel, a woman engages in escapist behavior, creating trouble in her marriage. A relatable exploration of our obsessions: the pursuit of success, happiness, social media, nostalgia, monogamy, and the meaning of life. See More
Big Sonia

Big Sonia

For years, Sonia Warshawski (92) has been an inspirational public speaker at schools and prisons, where her stories of surviving the Holocaust as a teenager have inspired countless people who once felt their own traumas would leave them broken forever. But when Sonia is served an eviction notice for her... See More
Bouncing Cats

Bouncing Cats

BOUNCING CATS is a 2010 documentary film written and directed by Australian-American director and photographer Nabil Elderkin. The film follows the efforts of Abraham “Abramz” Tekya and Breakdance Project Uganda (BPU) to use dance to empower youth in war-torn Uganda. See More

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