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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
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
Between the Shades

Between the Shades

Fifty conversations exploring the many different shades of being gay in America. This conversation focuses on the degrees and varying perceptions about how people define themselves, their lives, struggles and triumphs. See More
By the Grace of Bob

By the Grace of Bob

When his youth pastor sells him on the virtues of making a movie that will help grow his congregation and the collection plates, Brother Bob risks his standing with Church Elders, and his father’s legacy, to roll cameras. See More
Capturing Grace

Capturing Grace

It seems like two disparate realms. One occupied by some of the most acclaimed dancers in the world, people who move for a living. The other occupied by people who often struggle to move, people who have Parkinson’s disease. This is the story of what happens when those worlds... See More
From Gangs to Gardens

From Gangs to Gardens

Organic gardener and vegan chef Ietef Vita is an award-winning international recording artist and activist who uses Hip-Hop culture to inspire young people to connect to the earth by teaching them how to grow food and cultivate healthy eating habits. Through his lyrics and gardens, Ietef is planting the... See More
Hair that Moves

Hair that Moves

Upon entering a singing competition, a young ten-year old girl tries all she can to get her short, stiff afro to wave in the wind like her favorite popstar’s. See More
House of Silk x Leafy Natural Couture

House of Silk x Leafy Natural Couture

In this film, we enter an artisanal universe that is rarely shown, where silk production and its applications in the fashion world take on an intimate approach. We visit the farms where the cocoons are produced and the factory where the yarn is made – we follow that thread... See More
Hunny Bunny

Hunny Bunny

Hunny Bunny is a film about a couple with Down syndrome, Blair and Susie, entering their 16th year of true love. Through the good and the bad, ups and downs this relationship thrives. Their love is something that we all wish we had. DIRECTOR: DirectorJayden Barrial PRODUCER: David S.... See More
Message from the Future

Message from the Future

An animated short film that dares to dream of a future in which 2020 is a historic turning point, where the lessons of the COVID-19 pandemic and global uprisings against racism drive us to build back a better society in which no one is sacrificed, and everyone is essential.... See More
Mrs McCutcheon

Mrs McCutcheon

Having always felt he was born in the wrong body, 10-year-old Tom chooses the name Mrs McCutcheon rather than the name he was given at birth; he also prefers the flow of a dress rather than the cut of a pant. Now at his third school Tom is having... See More
Mrs. Judo

Mrs. Judo

Mrs. Judo: Be Strong, Be Gentle, Be Beautiful documents the life-long journey of Keiko Fukuda’s decision to defy thousands of years of tradition, choose her own path, and become the highest-ranking woman in judo history. Once in a long while, the life destiny of one woman lines up to... See More
My Body is Not Obscene

My Body is Not Obscene

This film explores the controversial topic of how our culture and society perceive nudity in public forums, as well as how they perceive and treat the people who appear nude in more public ways. See More
Spectrum: A Story of the Mind

Spectrum: A Story of the Mind

Take a journey into the rich sensory experience of autism. Spectrum: A Story of the Mind explores autism through the lens of diverse characters on the spectrum, including Dr. Temple Grandin. See More
The Other

The Other

THE OTHER places the audience intimately face-to-face with the mosaic of American identity. In a virtual eye-gazing exchange, audiences hear a mismatched array of voices that tell the story of a common humanity in a way that challenges the audio visual pairings that strengthen stereotypes. THE OTHER was made... See More

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