Vigilante or Guardian? Terrorist or Hero? Savior or Brainwashed Nut? Whatever you think about these four Americans who have dedicated themselves twenty-four-seven to a cause, the one thing you won’t call them is uncommitted.
Coexist earns an critical acclaim from academic review, H-Net: “Coexist’s textured narratives demonstrate that there are several ways of knowing and experiencing the past, which will not only nuance students’ understandings of this particular event and subsequent healing process, but also broaden their methodological and epistemological scope.” – Lindsay Ehrisman, San Francisco State University
A collection of 10 short documentary films made by Afghan trainees that brings to life Afghans’ efforts to address their challenging social and economic conditions. These character-driven shorts highlight the complex daily realities of contemporary Afghanistan.
A one-hour film which explores the continuing influence of Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) on contemporary authors, artists, naturalists, and political activists.
Leading politicians and peace experts from the world’s 5 most peaceful countries define and stress the necessity for ‘positive peace’ in creating healthy, wealthy societies.
The Peacemaker will take viewers into Padraig O’Malley’s world of negotiations and conferences with leaders from war-torn regions. Interviews with O’Malley and key figures in his life paint an intricate portrait of what motivates him to take on the seemingly impossible and show us how one man can truly make a difference.
A multimedia project exploring the power of a Native American tradition to resolve conflict and achieve restorative justice in communities across the United States.
An Emmy nominated film about culture shock and a leap from the nineteenth to the twenty-first century, as two devout Muslim families find new homes in urban America.
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.