Documentary Films on The D-Word
Gustavo reflects on the perception of reality altered by his loss of sight that leads to blindness.
John Lewis - Get In The Way (2017)
The first documentary of civil rights hero, congressional leader and champion for human rights.
Saving Brinton (2017)
Produced by Andrew Sherburne
Two men born a century apart, bound together by 20,000 feet of film.
Supply Chain (2019)
Produced by Alex Tyson
A documentary about the minerals that power our devices, software and currency networks.
Renga for The West (2018)
In their voices, through their own eyes - self-directed refugee stories from the new American West.
Skips Stones for Fudge (2016)
An engaging saga of the American values of excellence, competitiveness, obsession, and weird sports.
Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart (2017)
If you only know "A Raisin in the Sun," then you don't know Lorraine Hansberry
Dream City (2016)
In Iraqi Kurdistan, two friends- a filmmaker from the US and a local aspiring actress- make a movie.
Up to Snuff (2018)
Excesses of rock and roll success lead Snuffy Walden to Hollywood to become a prolific composer.
Finding Tatanka (2014)
Produced by Jonathan Crosby
A son confronts the enigma that is his father, a sixties dreamer one scheme away from financial ruin