Stripped for Parts: American Journalism on the Brink
The story of one secretive hedge fund that is plundering American newspapers and the journalists who are fighting back.
Las Abogadas: Attorneys on the Front Lines of the Migrant Crisis
For a group of extraordinary women who practice immigration law, the refugee crisis is a call to action they can't ignore.
Mama Has a Mustache
A short, quirky animated documentary about identity and family outside of the traditional gender binary, as seen through children’s eyes.
Stewards of the Land - Serán las dueñas de la tierra
Before disaster hits, three Puerto Rican farmers give it all to grow food that is healthy for the people and the planet. Nothing can stop them. Almost.
California's Forgotten Children
Resilient survivors of child trafficking fight to change the world ensuring no child is forgotten.
The Other Side of the Wall
Two young teen siblings from Honduras are forced into parenthood as illegal immigrants in Mexico.
Do I Need This?
Do I Need This? is a film about consumerism, excess, and the stuff from which happiness is truly made.
Side by Side: Out of a South Korean Orphanage and Into the World
"An international journey through 9 stories of abandonment, relinquishment, orphanages, and inter-country adoption.
Artifacts of the Present: Portrait of a Printmaker
"Art is a gift from tomorrow's dead to tomorrow's living."
Haymarket: The Bomb, The Anarchists, The Labor Struggle.
A pivotal and tragic event in the fight for workers’ rights during America’s Gilded Age.
A portrait of a cattle auction, the cultural focal point in the dying town of Gonzales, Texas.
Brother To Brother
A drama that looks back on the Harlem Renaissance from the perspective of an elderly, black writer who meets a black, gay teenager in a New York homeless shelter.