Documentary Films on The D-Word
The Ability Exchange (2016)
This observational film explores disability, inclusion and empathy in a classroom and beyond.
Llama Nation (2016)
Llama Nation explores the quirky, competitive world of llama breeding, training and showing.
Pond Hockey (2008)
The pond is where hockey was born, under the open sky, where the ice is gritty and so is the play.
Annie believed she could do anything any man could do--and set out on her bicycle to prove it.
Tony Bosco hid in plain sight for more than two decades in the most densely populated state in the n
Sap Season (2015)
Every spring at Kearsarge Gore Farm sap is harvested from the surrounding maple trees to create mapl
Unfinished Spaces (2011)
"Cuba will count as having the most beautiful academy of arts in the world." Fidel Castro (19
Produced by Alysa Nahmias
Unrest is a first-person story of resilience in the face of life-altering loss.
GOLD FEVER (2013)
GOLD FEVER documents a Guatemalan village caught in the crosshairs of a worldwide frenzy for gold.
Five Days on Lesvos (unreleased)
Produced by Samantha Brown
1 million refugees fled to Europe by sea in 2015. Half came through the Greek Island of Lesvos.
Feeling Wanted (2015)
With a dad incarcerated for murder, a mom on drugs & a childhood in foster care, Charell knew it was
My Identity (2016)
My Identity tells the story of how race, religion, and family heritage can shape one's identity.
Produced by Carol Ann Vaughn Cross
The "true fairy tale" of a Bavarian hunchback monk who built a miniature city in the Alabama woods.
PUSSY GRAB Women's March on Paris 21 January 2017