Documentary Films on The D-Word
Lost In Berlin (unreleased)
Produced by Rodney S. Martel
"A son races against time to understand his family's complicated past before his mother's fading mem
Stand Down (2020)
Stand Down is a three day event to honor homeless Veterans and give them a hand up.
The struggle to find and reveal secret torture training at a U.S. military facility.
Eating the Scorpion (2007)
Inspiring American teachers to become better teachers about China, with direct visits to that nation
The Earthkeepers (2020)
A husband and wife leave academia to start a composting business, with the help of ex-offenders
Crossing the Line (1999)
Closing the U.S. Army School of the Americas (SOA) becomes an international grassroots movement.
Soy Andina (2007)
A New York dancer journeys to Peru to reconnect with roots and "unearth the mystery of dances"
Return to the Andes (2019)
A Peruvian woman in NYC returns to her birthplace after 20 years — and ends up running for mayor.
Robert Kennedy's historic campaign to be New York's US Senator
Soul Sanctuary (unreleased)
People come to Beit T'Shuvah to recover their meaning and purpose after a life of addiction.
If you've met one autistic person, you've met one autistic person.