Documentary Films on The D-Word
Cancer, AIDS and Autism – “Incurable Diseases” or Lucrative Investments
My mom's name is Jean? (2008)
A 25 year-old moves home for 30 days and calls his mom by her first name to see if he can grow up.
Voyage to Amasia (2011)
An Armenian composer searches for his roots in Turkey.
Lanre in Lagos (2013)
Directed by Ari Sznajder
Lanre has a dream to become a Polo Player in Lagos, Nigeria. Will he make it?
Opening Our Eyes (2012)
It's Not Just a Movie - It's a Movement
Brother Jesse (in-progress)
A Harlem Mother (2010)
The story of a woman who lost her son to gun violence and turned her pain into positive use
First and only documentary on the full life and career of Michael Manley
Growing up as Roma minority in squatter settlement in Belgarde,Serbia
Bojan (aka RAPRESENT) is an orphan refuge in his late teens living on the streets of Belgrade.
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.
A Place in the World (2013)
Produced by Marius Crowne
We've got a lot to learn.
Into Abyssinia (2009)
In devastation, there is opportunity.
Produced by Courtney Hermann
There’s a sexual revolution happening on a former goat ranch in the middle of the Mojave desert.
Aliens Among Us (2009)
When forced to flee or stay silent, these families spoke up.
Spring In Awe (2004)
The overpowering displays of Times Square as a lullaby of global capitalism in times of war.
Who is the man behind the curtain?
Back To The Land…Again (2006)
Organic agriculture in Wisconsin