Documentary Films on The D-Word
This is a journey in to a landscape of mud, clay and sand
Roots & Hollers (2011)
Tracing the wild ginseng root from Appalachia to Asia.
Pray for Japan (2012)
The story of real-life heroes facing the aftermath of the Japan earthquake and tsunami tragedy.
The Vinyl Frontier (2011)
A documentary film about the exciting world of designer vinyl art toys.
Demo Reel 2011 (in-progress)
GIVE UP TOMORROW (2011)
Fast Talk (2011)
Produced by David E. Tolchinsky
A feature documentary about Northwestern University fast-talking debaters
The Central Post-Office in Kinshasa, DR Congo is a relic of the colonial past.
Vertical City (2011)
Directed by Avijit Mukul Kishore
A visual essay on the dystopic architecture of contemporary Bombay
The Marching Quixotes (2012)
Members of the 15M movement from Barcelona walk to Madrid 30 days to submit their demands to the Parliament. They do not know each other, they have never being in the road before, but their common shout of change unites them.
Produced by CLAIRE MISSANELLI
BLAST! is a spectacular and suspenseful story of space exploration.
MY RUN (2011)
Directed by Tim VandeSteeg
Be Somebody's Hero
Glimpses of Heaven (2006)
A documentary about transforming childhood trauma into sparks of creativity.
German Converts to Judaism (in-progress)
Soy Andina (2007)
A New York dancer journeys to Peru to reconnect with roots and "unearth the mystery of dances"
LEAP BEFORE YOU LOOK (2011)
Directed by Stephane Goldsand
What happens when your spouse is ready to have kids but you are not?
Denver Undiscovered (2011)
The Music Of An Isolated City
Let Fury Have the Hour (2012)
Produced by James L. Reid
Investigates the movement of World Citizenship through creative activists worldwide.
Mi Chacra (2010)
A year in the life of a porter on the Inca Trail.