Documentary Films on The D-Word
Maji Zuwa (in-progress)
Behind The Launch (2012)
Startup life is about iterating and innovating — now you can watch it happen in real-time.
Keeping the Lights On (2008)
Most people don't know how the electricity they use is produced. Coal is abundant, and coal is cheap
No Hope For Men Below (2012) Directed by Adam Stafford (in-progress)
The Redding Pit is flooded & we've sons & fathers there!
All that gas, all those homes, all those people...
First Position (2012)
"Forget ‘Black Swan’- this is the real deal. Think ‘Hoop Dreams’ in toe shoes." Arnold Jones, Dallas Voice
Mongolian Archers (2012)
Olympic hopefuls explore the history of Mongolian Archery.
Mary King (2012)
Profile pic about 5 time Olympian Mary King
Franco's Settlers (Los Colonos del Caudillo) (in-progress)
A small village in Spain carries the name of its creator, the dictator Francisco Franco.
If he can't tell us what he's doing, is it art?
Mountain Top Removal (2008)
Mounatin Top Removal a multi awarding winnig documentary on mtr coal mining
Every Day Is a Holiday (in-progress)
Cinema Komunisto (2010)
Directed by Laurie Little
Pawtucket Rising (2009)
Reviving a city with The Arts
Essakane Film (in-progress)
Directed by Kiley Kraskouskas
The story of the most remote music festival on earth and the rebellion that ended it.
A Drummer's Dream (2010)
A rare and unique assembly of some of the greatest drummers in the world.
Malcolm McLaren: Spectacular Failure (in-progress)
Directed by Martin Herring
The life and legacy of the godfather of punk.
THE GOLDEN SCHOOL (2011)
Produced by Jenny Logico
an observational documentary about a regular day inside a Manila Muslim School.
Lopin' Ropin' and Hopin' (2013)
A documentary and art film about four iconic contemporary cowboy artists of the American West.