Featured Projects

Returns
Genre: Drama

A team of booksellers seek meaning in a late night shift at their struggling, independent bookstore.  +

The Past is Never Dead
Genre: Documentary

A morally complex documentary about the wrongful conviction of David Robinson and his 17-year struggle to prove his innocence.  +

Rawabi The Story of a City
Genre: Documentary

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

Through Eden
Genre: Documentary

A modern Mormon suffragette challenges church patriarchy by advocating for ordination of women to the all-male priesthood.  +

Milk Money
Genre: Student Film

Two men, bonded by the death of a mutual friend, test their limits when they discover lucrative business in selling milk infused with marijuana.  +

Bread & Circuses
Genre: Documentary

Economist and Professor Richard Wolff argues that in a democracy, worker run and owned cooperatives are the solution to corporate greed and worker oppression.  +

Scooter Cops of BedStuy
Genre: Documentary

1970 BedStuy, Brooklyn was troubled and dangerous. Yet scooter cops Joe and Kenny served the neighborhood and brought in criminals without ever firing their weapons.  +

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.    +

Shelter Me
Genre: Drama

A young woman fleeing a domestic abuse situation becomes ensnared in a homicide investigation that threatens both herself and a young child she has befriended.  +

An Unruly Faith
Genre: Documentary

A young, devout activist challenges the male hierarchy of the Mormon Church by invigorating a movement to ordain women to the priesthood, and upon being exiled as a heretic, rocks  +

For Ahkeem
Genre: Documentary

The coming-of-age story of Daje, a Black teenage girl in a North St. Louis alternative school fighting to make a better future for herself and her son.  +

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  +

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