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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
Again

Again

AGAIN is a 2D short animation that explores the idea that life is a series of meaningless routines. 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
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
Detected

Detected

Cancer survivor Melanie Griffith tells the story of a device intended to save the lives of millions of women: a bra that detects breast cancer. See More
Digital Native

Digital Native

The film humorously portrays a horrifying vision. A woman creates a baby online and gets pregnant. As it turns out, it is not so easy to download a digital fetus. The film makes a statement about the over-technicized world where internet and technologies See More
Five Fables – Series

Five Fables – Series

Five medieval Scots fables, translated by Seamus Heaney, have been brought into the twenty-first century as enchanting animated tales, narrated by Billy Connolly and with a specially composed score by Barry Douglas. 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
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
I Am My Own Laboratory

I Am My Own Laboratory

In the early 1970’s, 23 year old Amanda Feilding, Countess of Wemyss and March, drilled a hole in her head — that is she trepanned herself. Now 74, Amanda is a leader of the renaissance in scientific psychedelic research. See More
In the Mind of the Maker

In the Mind of the Maker

Edward Couvillier builds exquisitely made cypress boats. In perfect proportions, he visualizes a complex three-dimensional image of the vessel in which every line, every contour, every tight angle, is built exactly from the mind of its maker. See More
Invisible Ink – Series

Invisible Ink – Series

A different kind of paranormal investigation team travels the world to explore the hereafter with a new approach, one of understanding, acceptance and respect for ghosts. They operate with a sense of peace, calm and transparency, and help to show how anyone can have these kinds of experiences, and what... See More
Is Sugar the New Fat?

Is Sugar the New Fat?

Sugar is being touted as addictive and a contributor to the current obesity epidemic. We used to think high in fat diet was to blame so who’s the real bad guy? This series takes on the food industry in an attempt to understand the truth about sugar. See More

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