Documentary Films on The D-Word
FAREWELL KABUL (2014)
As foreign troops withdraw from Afghanistan, one young Afghan photographer has finally found a way t
A DOCUMENTARY ABOUT RADICAL MEDIA ARTIST KRZYSZTOF WODICZKO AND HIS THOUGHT PROVOKING INTERVENTIONS
SHAKE THE DUST (2015)
The transformative power of hip-hop in the slums, favelas and ghettos of the world.
Directed by Elizabeth Marcus
Bitter, twisted, inward-looking people and the fans who love them.
a documentary film about street art & performance in Charlotte, NC
Award winning doc about the high profile case of 7-year old Liberian rape victim Olivia Zinnah
Produced by Andrew Sherburne
A lifetime of collecting American oddities leads Michael Zahs to the century-old Brinton estate.
A Lot Like You (2011)
raises questions about the cultures we inherit and the cultures we choose to pass down...