Featured Projects

Notes from Liberia
Genre: Documentary

NOTES FROM LIBERIA traces the journey of the late Japanese-American filmmaker Ryo Murakami to the Firestone Tire and Rubber Plantation in Liberia. Under the cover of night, Ryo  +

The 100 Years Show
Genre: Documentary

Carmen Herrera has been a pioneering artist since her youth in Cuba, but as she approaches her 100th birthday she is finally finding the fame that eluded her for most of her career.  +

Bringing Tibet Home
Genre: Documentary

A Tibetan artist smuggles 20 tonnes of native Tibetan soil from Tibet to India for an art project to bring Tibet closer to its people.  +

Rawabi The Story of a City
Genre: Documentary

A city is rising in the West Bank from the ground up.  +

The Singing Wilderness
Genre: Documentary

A look at the life of Sigurd Olson (1899-1982) – nature writer, conservationist, and canoe guide – and his conviction that humans have a biological, evolutionary connection  +

An Infinite Number
Genre: Documentary

An Infinite Number is an animated short film about the extinction of a bird.  +

Arthur Laurents on the Outside
Genre: Documentary

In Arthur Laurents on the Outside, a 60-minute television documentary in development for PBS, a star-studded cast explores the fascinating and utterly unique dramatic story that  +

Rice: A Filipino Love Story
Genre: Documentary

A love letter to rice expresses a romance full of beauty, contradiction, and hard choices.  +

God Loves Uganda
Genre: Documentary

A powerful exploration of the evangelical campaign to change African culture with values imported from America’s Christian Right. The film follows American and Ugandan religious  +

Flanders Fields Miracle
Genre: Drama

Christmas Eve 1914, German foot soldiers do the unthinkable -- they call an unofficial Truce with their sworn enemies.  +

REFUGEE KIDS: ONE SMALL SCHOOL TAKES ON THE WORLD
Genre: Documentary

 REFUGEE KIDS: ONE SMALL SCHOOL TAKES ON THE WORLD follows children from global hot spots who attend the International Rescue Committee’s summer school in preparation  +

Letters from Baghdad
Genre: Documentary

More influential than her colleague Lawrence of Arabia, Gertrude Bell was the most powerful woman in the British Empire, drawing the borders of Iraq, before disappearing from history.  +

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