Featured Projects

Dark Money
Genre: Documentary

As dark money contributions — made possible by the Citizens United ruling — flood American elections, Montanans show the rest of the country how to fight back.  +

Sisters of the Wicked Wig
Genre: Documentary

In the summer of 2012 a new drag festival called the Bushwig Festival began in Brooklyn, New York and a renaissance of a rich and beautiful subculture began. This festival picks  +

Hearts and Minds
Genre: Drama

A young soldier on patrol in Afghanistan faces the moment where everything changes.   +

Uncle Howard
Genre: Documentary

The loss of a potent New York City filmmaker to AIDS in 1989, leaves his young nephew inspired to make films and solve the mystery of who his favorite uncle really was. 25 years  +

Half a Soulja (Urban Casualties)
Genre: Documentary

Byron Breeze, Jr., born without legs or complete hands, is determined to “be somebody” and in the process challenges society to see his wholeness and not just his  +

Dara Ju
Genre: Drama

A young Nigerian-American financier struggles with love, family, and a prescription drug dependency as his ambitions steer him down a criminal path.  +

Midland's Got Talent
Genre: Drama

A Chinese young man puts together a Chinese New Year Talent Show in a small Midwestern town in the US in order to get his girlfriend back.  +

India In America: A Trilogy
Genre: Documentary

INDIA IN AMERICA: A TRILOGY is a series of three documentary half-hours, intended for television broadcast, about Indian cultural presence in America.  +

God on the Street
Genre: Documentary

How do we describe our relationship with something we can’t see? Meet a diverse group of strangers willing to share their personal—and often surprising—ideas about  +

Oye Cuba! A Journey Home
Genre: Documentary

A personal and musical journey to Cuba with Grammy award winner Arturo O'Farrill as he breaks down political barriers to ignite a musical revolution.  +

Children Behind the Wall (working title)
Genre: Documentary

A shocking story about drugs, violence, broken families and children in Tijuana, Mexico...The untold story behind the border.    +

Black Tea: The New Civil Right
Genre: Documentary

BLACK TEA is a feature-length documentary film that tells the stories of Black Americans affiliated with The Tea Party movement. (Kevin J. Dotson, Director and Katy  +

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