In Belfast, Northern Ireland, the politicians signed the Good Friday Agreement over a decade ago, but today sectarianism stands in the way of lasting peace. Transition Game is the story of Full Court Peace, which brings together teenagers from Catholic-only schools and Protestant-only schools for a season of basketball, turning kids from opposite sides of the so-called peace walls into teammates.
New trailer available for this feature length documentary in progress- a unique perspective into the lives of burn survivors as they reimagine and reforge their lives.
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The UG Krishnamurti Documentary is a portrait of a contemporary philosopher’s life, told through the spiritual seekers, friends and skeptics who surrounded him.
Monique Verdin returns to her Native American community in Southeast Louisiana to find a man-made environmental crisis threatening her people’s way of life. While her loved ones suffer displacement, illness, and even suicide, she finds a sense of purpose as an ecological storyteller.
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Vividly portrays the lives of five displaced Iraqis from different ethnicities and religions. Caught in an absurdist purgatory of endless bureaucracy, dwindling life savings, and forced idleness, these refugees nevertheless radiate vitality and warmth.
This original production is a first-of-its-kind location-based adaptation of a major documentary film. Evidence of the story still remains in Boston’s old Beacon Hill neighborhood. Use your iPhone to follow geocoded videos that reveal the evidence, characters, and feeling of a time when mystery stories, detective work, and a century of progress were just starting.
A startling film about the role of race in the daily lives of white people. Designed as a gentle tool for the classroom, boardroom, and church basement, the film avoids blame, guilt, or “political correctnesss.”
Filmmaker Dakin Henderson, age 24, grew up with two grandmothers who have aged very differently: one is a healthy and active 86-year old, the other died recently after a long and painful decline into dementia. Through an intimate investigation into the stories of his grandparents’ aging, Dakin discovers truths about the aging process that are rarely discussed in public, and still largely unknown to people his age.
War doesn’t end when a soldier returns home, for many it’s just the beginning. A film about the human cost of war and the hidden wounds, the emotional and psychological damage, that can have life-altering consequences for many veterans and their families.