One Night Stand
The award-winning documentary One Night Stand is a behind-the-scenes look at New York’s 24 Hour Musicals, following some of Hollywood’s and Broadway’s finest as they write, cast, rehearse and perform four short musicals in just 24 hours.
Bordering on Treason
Bordering On Treason tells the amazing story of Lorna Tychostup, a single mother and photojournalist who travels to Iraq continuously for nine years to put a human face on a horrific global tragedy. Through Lorna’s personal journey, Bordering On Treason explores the complexities of this war and the possibility of hope.
A journey through Brownsville, Texas on the fourth of July, which introduces a community that has been separated from public and private property by the US/Mexican border fence. While local residents prepare for the Independence Day parade, picnics and fireworks, this community reflects on their frustrations with the border fence.
A feature length documentary set in the Wild West atmosphere of Arizona, where the ideological conflicts of America are at their most intense, Election Year portrays the personal and political struggles of 5 ordinary Americans. A collage of diverse perspectives, demonstrating the impact of the national campaign on the lives of its characters - a teacher running for her first political office, an unemployed Tea Party activist, a young squatter, an architectural designer struggling to recover from the real estate crisis, and a politically active mother preparing to launch her daughters into adulthood.
Discover how to sustainably harvest 100,000 gallons of rainwater per year in your own back yard, by visiting Brad Lancaster in an urban desert as he reduces environmental and financial costs and produces free resources.
Free Water was a Semifinalist in the $200,000 GE FOCUS FORWARD Filmmaker Competition.
Visit the Patina V Mannequin Factory where the artistry, craft and marketing that go into creating "the ideal woman of the moment"--in plastic--are accompanied by a remarkable amount of reflection on just what that ideal means. The designer hearkens back to the roots of his craft not only in French 19th-century wax figures but also in the religious icons of medieval times.
The third installment in Body Typed, a trilogy (including The Guarantee and the Sundance Film Festival award-winning Wet Dreams and False Images) examining notions of physical perfection.
Why Are We In Afghanistan?
This film looks at domestic pressures and geo-strategic interests that keep the U.S. in the region, and the long history of U.S. foreign interventions that forms the broader context for this war.
Keras & Manis
Canadian filmmaker, William Maranda takes the camera on a visual and emotional exploration of the Balinese spirit and tradition while exploring the country's revered dance technique, KERAS and MANIS.