This subject area intersects with nearly every other topic and contains the highest number of films, as would be expected in our collection of social issue documentaries.
Under The Same Sky
Vast difference in two students' schooling reveals the truth about China's equal education system. ( Use coupon code "FALL2021" to get the Back to School discount of 15% off! )
Letter to the Next Generation
A passionate exploration of student apathy vs activism at the dawn of the Reagan era
Bi-racial filmmaker Octavio Warnock-Graham attempts to understand his mother's decision to deny his racial identity.
Where Soldiers Come From
From a snowy small town in northern Michigan to the mountains of Afghanistan and back, WHERE SOLDIERS COME FROM follows the four-year journey of childhood friends, forever changed by a faraway war.
Third Ward TX
When fighting neglect and gentrification is also Art, a Neighborhood Comes Back to Life....
No Dinosaurs in Heaven
A film about Noah's Ark, The Grand Canyon and the struggle to keep religion out and science in our public schools.
All Films About Sociology
An artist explores the intimate nature of remembering and new discoveries in the science of memory.
The Art Of Un-War
An instigator for social change, Krzysztof Wodiczko’s powerful public artistic interventions disrupt the valorization of state-sanctioned aggression and challenge our complacency towards war, xenophobia and displacement.
CodeSwitching: Race and Identity in the Suburban Schoolhouse
An Intimate Portrayal of Self-Identity, Race, Gender & Education
Where Are You Taking Me?
A mesmerizing, poetic journey through contemporary Uganda that explores the challenges of cross-cultural representation.
In a historic first, A Palestinian-American runs for New York City Council, declaring that the Arab community can be silent no more in Trump's America.