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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
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
Bound by Sea

Bound by Sea

A documentary about the cost of charity on a family. While the husband and 9 year old daughter travel the globe teaching children in need how to surf, the wife is left at home to pay for the trip and pick up the pieces. See More
Cuddle Me

Cuddle Me

The brand new documentary CUDDLE ME picks up after the introduction of the cuddle services in the first film CUDDLE ME, and shows one person’s journey of healing that can be had in one of the most talked-about and controversial human movements ever. See More
Global Family

Global Family

Yasmin has lived an almost normal life as a German ever since she was three years old. The family fled from Somalia during the civil war and now lives scattered around the globe. When Yasmin’s grandmother no longer wants to stay in her Ethiopian exile, a transnational family drama... See More
Life Love Dogs

Life Love Dogs

Why do we cherish dogs the way we do? How much would you risk for a dog? Through the lens of three heart-tugging, riveting, and inspiring stories, LIFE LOVE DOGS explores the intense emotional bonds we share with our dogs. See More
Light in the Darkness – Living Well After Trauma

Light in the Darkness – Living Well After Trauma

A hidden epidemic affects ten percent of the American population daily and for those it grasps, hope can seem like a distant dream. A feature-length documentary dedicated to illuminating an understanding of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD. See More
May I Be Frank, A Film About Sex, Drugs & Transformation

May I Be Frank, A Film About Sex, Drugs & Transformation

Frank Ferrante is 54, weighs 290lbs., had a lifetime of drug & alcohol abuse and as a result contracted Hepatitis-C. He’s on multiple medications including anti-depressants, undergoing chemo and drinks 10 espressos a day to stay awake. One day Frank stumbles into Cafe Gratitude, a Raw food café in... See More
Motherhood

Motherhood

A fruitless lady painter is a key figure of the story. One day her husband wanted to divorce. But the next day the lady started to draw a picture of an unborn baby with her menstrual blood to show her protest against the patriarchal thinking of society. See More
No Small Matter

No Small Matter

NO SMALL MATTER is built from stories of real children, families, and teachers, illustrating the impact of high-quality early childhood experiences. We meet parents who are struggling to do their best for their kids, incredible teachers who model what early childhood classrooms should and could be like, and children... See More
Partners

Partners

Eighteen partners discuss the choices they’ve made in deciding on their mates. At its heart, this unscripted documentary film is about acceptance; a gentle message that we shouldn’t judge the choices of others, even if they seem a little different. See More
Radical Dating

Radical Dating

Are you single and over 40? Are you ready for lasting love? Join us for a 10 week series as we follow 5 singles as they embark on a journey to find love. To join in, engage and participate visit our website and receive the same materials, blogs, quizzes... See More
Raising Renee

Raising Renee

Emmy nominated RAISING RENEE is about artist Beverly McIver and the promise she made to her mother that she would take care of her older sister Renee, who is mentally disabled. The promise comes due just as Beverly’s career is blasting off. Directed by Oscar nominees Jeanne Jordan and... See More
Sanskriti

Sanskriti

Sanskriti is a documentary filmed around the world that chronicles the experiences of Millennials coming of age in the digital era. The film celebrates human progress, and encourages re-examination of our relationships with our digital devices. See More
Selfless

Selfless

Everywhere you go, heads are down with faces not engaged in one another which brings forth the question, ‘Where are we leading the next generation?’ Anxiety and narcissism are at the height of their existence, while Gen Z has never known life without iPhone in hand, internet, and social... See More
Sensitive and in Love

Sensitive and in Love

Childhood trauma and troubled relationships lead a highly sensitive brother and sister who live halfway around the world from each other to reunite and heal. SENSITIVE AND IN LOVE shines a light on childhood trauma and its affect on highly sensitive people throughout their adult lives. The film shares... See More

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