Documentary Films on The D-Word
The Queen of Silence (2014)
A music-driven documentary about a deaf gypsy girl falling in love with Bollywood.
Albert Cinema (2013)
Homeless men trying to change their lives. Step by step. Frame by frame. Shooting films.
racism, civil rights, martin luther king, malcolm x, berlin, germany, discrimination, black panthers
Beautiful Raw (unreleased)
An animated documentary film depicting the lives of children in the U.S. foster-care system.
Bolinao 52 (2009)
One boat with 110 passengers escaped Vietnam. After 37 days of drifting only 52 survived.
Shelf Life (2009)
Everybody collects something. Raymond "Bones" Bandar collects skulls - 7000 and counting.
Produced by Tony Shaff
At hotlines, the phones never stop ringing with calls from people looking to connect with strangers.
María's Way (2010)
An observational documentary which allows a glimpse into the ways of the modern pilgrim.
In a frontless war, women are being injured and the US is not prepared to handle their return.
Punk Jews (2012)
Produced by Evan Kleinman
Hassidic rockers, Yiddish street performers, African American activists… smashing stereotypes.
Exploring disability and the promise and perils of human enhancement technologies.
Behind the scenes of the nation's longest running LGBTQ youth theater troupe
Fistful of Roses (2009)
Directed by Leo Bruges
a street rose-seller battles his dark imagination and the dangers of Edinburgh's nightlife