Featured Projects

Thre3bound
Genre: Comedy

How many wrongs make everything right?  +

Time to Play
Genre: Documentary

Time To Play tells the story of street performers who work specifically in New York City. We want to get a closer look at their lives, by examining who they are,  +

The Way Up
Genre: Documentary

Meet the real innovators. Follow low-income families and communities as they take power collectively, building real-world solutions to poverty in America.  +

Where the Boys Are
Genre: Drama

A lonely technician and curious night janitor at a virtual reality brothel circle around the facility and each other as they face the alienation of a world beginning to embrace  +

Among Mountain Crags
Genre: Drama

A young woman flees her oppressive small town with a handsome stranger, but as they travel deeper into the untamed beauty of the Appalachian mountains, her hope for a new future  +

Unspoken
Genre: Documentary

A groundbreaking point-of-view journey into a non-fluent speaker's world. 14 year old Emma challenges societal judgement surrounding autism... one keystroke at a time.  +

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.  +

Scratch
Genre: Drama

On the night of a double murder, a mysterious patron of a roadside diner has a date with the Devil.  +

The Animated Mind of Oliver Sacks
Genre: Documentary

The Animated Mind of Oliver Sacks is a feature-length documentary film that takes us inside the mind of the man who revolutionized the way we think about the human  +

mother daughter
Genre: Drama

To face the long avoided task of digging through her dead mother’s belongings, Emily returns to the family farm in the south of Sweden. But when her childhood friend Mia arrive  +

The Secret Dream
Genre: Drama

Disillusioned by the death of his mentor, a blind painter is bequeathed a wondrous gift.  +

Nourishing Japan
Genre: Documentary

A documentary about food education in Japan; about the people who teach us that our actions - even what we eat - matter.  +

The Chemical Factory
Genre: Documentary

While reminiscing about childhood in 1980's Oregon, Andrew Leung faces cultural divide through the story of his mother's struggle in 1960's communist China.  +

There are Still Wizards
Genre: Documentary

In a world where conservation seems to be a loosing battle, sometimes it is important to look at how far we have come. This is the story of a lifetime of adventures that culminated  +

The Destruction of Memory
Genre: Documentary

The war on culture, and the battle to save it.  +

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.  +

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