A once-thriving mining town in Michigan’s remote Upper Peninsula is still haunted by the tragic events that inspired Woody Guthrie’s song, 1913 Massacre.
A remarkable portrait of an inspirational principal, two of his most challenging students, and a school that offers at-risk youth a second chance. Despite abandonment, poverty, and troubled pasts, America and Yazmine struggle to turn their lives around over the course of a single make-or-break year.
Two women’s quest to determine whether we are what we wear and if so, can we overcome the clothes we were born into.
Follows a group of women who once were passionately involved in Size Acceptance and the Big Beautiful Woman (BBW) social community. Now, one by one, they are choosing to have the gastric band or gastric bypass weight loss surgery. Changing their lives in unexpected ways, setting them each on a journey of self-discovery.
American Spring explores what democracy looks like in the 21st century as new media changes the power dynamic between citizens, the media, and politicians.
This film in production retells the creation of Swedish economist, Gunnar Myrdal’s groundbreaking study, An American Dilemma, and compares Myrdal’s discoveries and findings to the conditions of race relations and social equity in our society today.
A two hour PBS special that explores mysticism in the three Abrahamic faiths. Few who identify as Christians, Jews or Muslims are aware that the ideas and practice of mystical teachings are fundamental to each of their faith traditions. An Awakened Heart brings us into the lives, art, literature and practice of mystics today– and in history.
Angkor’s Children is about three young women who are creating a new cultural identity through their artistic disciplines. Because of their strength, tenacity, and independence, they are putting a new face on women in a traditional society in Cambodia.
An in-depth look at the marginalized sport of alpine snowboarding, Another Day in Paradise focuses on the sacrifices and achievements of 32 year old Tyler Jewell.
At the U.S.-Mexico border, the difference between humanitarian service and illegal activity is not always black and white. This feature length documentary film explores an unusual and fascinating humanitarian response to cross-border migration.
200 miles north of the Arctic Circle a group of Canadian Inuit created a circus.