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Every Second Breath

Every Second Breath

A Documentary by Andrea Leland & Cynthia Abbott The ocean serves as the lungs of our planet with over fifty percent of the oxygen we breathe produced by the ocean. “Every Second Breath,” a series of video shorts, will enlighten viewers about our oceans in crisis and inspire them to become champions of change. “Every […]

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The Gloria! Project

The Gloria! Project

A Documentary by Kelly Burkhardt The Gloria! Project is a thought-provoking feature-length documentary about the life and legacy of transformative civil rights leader and Latina lesbian Gloria Casarez. Born and raised in the Kensington section of Philadelphia, Gloria lived and organized during four decades of oppressive governmental policies and practices. Things like Presidents Nixon’s and […]

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Troubled Water

Troubled Water

A Documentary by Will Parrinello In 2002 Canadian mining corporation Pacific Rim began exploration of the El Dorado gold mine in El Salvador. When farmer Francisco Pineda vowed to protect his region’s fragile water resources from the devastating impacts of mining, it was the beginning of a major battle in his community that divided neighbors, led […]

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The Forgotten People

The Forgotten People

A Documentary from Pyewackitt Productions Just over a year ago, in the small village of Nabweye, Uganda, one out of four children died from drinking non-potable water. Died. From water. That all changed when Marie-Antoinette Boot, a stay-at-home-mom from a suburban town in Connecticut decided she wanted to do something special for her 50th birthday. Her […]

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The Space Torah Project

The Space Torah Project

A Documentary from Verissima Productions   What do the Biblical account of The Creation Story and Space Travel have to do with each other? Astronaut Jeffrey Hoffman brought them together by reading the Book of Genesis from a miniature Torah, while gliding through the very “firmament” it is describing. This was a significant event, bringing […]

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Larry Rosenberg: Long Path Home

Larry Rosenberg: Long Path Home

There’s a consciousness revolution going on in America today – an explosion of meditation practice or “mindfulness” that’s being applied to virtually every aspect of living. How did this astonishing circumstance come about?

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AFROMYSTIC

AFROMYSTIC

A Documentary by Seyi Adebanjo Afromystic is an Afrosurrealism, docu-fiction (hybrid).Afromystic is the search for the Divine Love within. Afromystic experiments with ritual, the erotic, and gender representation through indigenous Yorùbá spirituality.   The film will transform and re-appropriate mythology and desire for Queer, Trans & Gender Non Conforming (GNC) People Of Color ritualistically into images […]

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Ernie & Joe

Ernie & Joe

A Documentary by Jenifer McShane Ernie and Joe are not your everyday policemen—the kind that any of us usually conjure when we imagine officers on the scene; they are part of the San Antonio Police Department’s (SAPD’s) highly progressive and successful Mental Health Unit, which was founded in 2008.  They respond to and engage with […]

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Beyond The Butch Mystique

Beyond The Butch Mystique

A Feature Documentary by Debra A Wilson Beyond The Butch Mystique is a feature documentary that revisits the Butch identified black lesbians who appeared in the 2003 award winning short film Butch Mystique. This new film will explore the changes in their lives over the years, with a look back at them from the original […]

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Leap Of Faith

Leap Of Faith

A Documentary by Eric Stange Donald Trump won because of the “unlikelies” – voters no one thought would support him. But they did. How’s that going to work out for them?   The surprising outcome of the 2016 election touched off spasms of soul-searching among journalists, pundits and politicians. How could so many experts have […]

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Bioko: The Fight To Eliminate Malaria

North America, Africa, 2018 A Documentary by Windy Films Malaria has crippled humans for millennia.  It crippled Genghis Khan’s army, contributed to the fall of the Mayans and infected George Washington.  Now the disease kills over 1,500 people every day, over one thousand of whom are children. While bed nets, pesticide and drugs have helped reduce transmission […]

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