Documentary Films on The D-Word
The Tinaja Trail (2014)
Produced by Coke Newell
Illegal Immigration. Politics. Humanitarian Response. Art. Technology. Poetry.
The Way Home: Journey of Family and Faith (in-progress)
A documentary portrait of three generations of Tibetan women in one family
Risking Light (in-progress)
Directed by Dawn Mikkelson
What could you forgive?
Produced by Virgina Bogliolo
A forgotten ballet company is shaken into life by the arrival of one of the best dancers of all time
Game Show Dynamos (2014)
A couple gets their family out of debt by winning on TV game shows, again and again.
THE THIRRD BREAST (in-progress)
Novena captures a rare moment when two people who are gay and lesbian give a speech at a mass.
Red Father (in-progress)
human rights, communist, red, spain, spanish war, McCarthyism, black listing, surveillance, FBI,
The House Of Fire (2015)
Directed by Mikal Jakubal
The rise and fall of the Earth Liberation Front.
You See Me (in-progress)
Forgiveness is Relative
bodies of resilience (in-progress)
from Sagunto to Turin in Hannibals footsteps
Mo Makes Comics (2013)
A Short Film About Journal Comics
Power of Pearl (2014)
Produced by Kalyanee Mam
The story of earth's only living gem
Kasamayaki (Made in Kasama) (2014)
Shaken by the tsunami disasters, a daughter returns to Japan to reconnect with her estranged parents
Cousins Across The Sea (2013)
Unravelling the feud between science and folkore, we uncover the hidden depth behind ancient legends
Good Virus (in-progress)
Kindness Is Contagious
The Bubble (2013)
Who caused it. Who called it. What's next.
Rude Dude (in-progress)
Steve Rude, Nexus, superhero, comics, depression, mental illness
Fate of a Salesman (2013)
Fate of a Salesman is an intimate portrait of a way of life on the verge of disappearing.