Documentary Films on The D-Word
Towards A Green Future (2011)
Directed by SUSANTA BISWAS
success story of Rupnarayan FDA
On sustainable effort of tribal women in social forestry
Red Father (in-progress)
human rights, communist, red, spain, spanish war, McCarthyism, black listing, surveillance, FBI,
Finding Hillywood (2013)
A documentary about the power of cinema to heal a man and a nation.
The House Of Fire (2015)
Directed by Mikal Jakubal
The rise and fall of the Earth Liberation Front.
Possibly the most daring social experiment in the Southern United States in the last century.
The Sust Enable Project (in-progress)
An artistic documentary exploration into the meanings of "sustainability."
A coming-of-age tale set in the American West, told with intelligence, heart, and axle grease.
Directed by Susan Abod
Living with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities
A Girl And A Gun (2013)
Produced by Jessica Wolfson
An examination of a serious new trend.
Radio Unnameable (2012)
Bob Fass And The Rise of Free Expression on the Airwaves
Mirage Men (2013)
How the U.S. Government created a myth that took over the world.
Boron Mon Amour (in-progress)
Is Element Atomic Number 5 really as boring as it sounds? A Hymn to the Humdrum
GOLD FEVER (2013)
GOLD FEVER documents a Guatemalan village caught in the crosshairs of a worldwide frenzy for gold.
Habilto: Debt for Life (2010)
Before there was Johnny and June, there was Johnny and Saul
You See Me (in-progress)
Forgiveness is Relative
bodies of resilience (in-progress)