The inspiring journey of New Communities Inc., the largest black-owned farm in the United States, defining the struggle for racial and economic justice among African Americans in southwest Georgia.
Sonia Warshawski at ninety has been an inspirational public speaker at schools and prisons for years. Her stories of surviving the Holocaust as a teenager have inspired countless people who once felt their own traumas would leave them broken forever.
With rare access to nomadic family living, the film reveals the unprecedented environmental and sociopolitical forces the Drokpa people are facing.
What if the city streets filled with fat people dancing happily, energetically, all in unison? Juicy D. Light believes that people should live “out loud” whatever their body size and she is not alone.
Take a riveting ride alongside Evan Wolfson, Mary Bonauto and the Freedom to Marry movement, one of the most successful civil rights campaigns in modern history.
Master fiddler Alasdair Fraser’s personal journey led him to dig deep into his Scottish musical roots, where he finds a universal pulse — a groove.
British artist Sarah Maple’s art and life is on display in this documentary. After one of her pieces ignites controversy and threatens her safety, she is forced to reexamine her work and process.
A 3rd grade class in Brooklyn recounts its worst day in school that year. It was a very bad day… and surprisingly funny.
You recognize their work — but do you really know these composers? Find out what happens when celebrated pianist Gloria Cheng challenges the world’s greatest film composers to write original pieces for solo piano.
The dynamic leaders of the world’s only LGBT political party wage a historic quest to elect a trans woman to the Philippine Congress.
Todd Oldham speaks about his discovery of Charley Harper’s art, an ongoing source of inspiration for his own practice as a designer.
Dr. Carlo Musso has been helping the state of Georgia execute inmates through lethal injection since 2003, while personally opposing capital punishment.
For over a year, Abou and thousands of other migrants attempt to jump the enormous fence system that separates Morocco from a tiny land spit of Spain.
A 5th grade theater production of The Wizard of Oz becomes a larger-than-life coming of age drama for four extraordinary kids in this hilarious tribute to the end of childhood.
Behind the splash of headlines about the Syrian conflict, Khalil (Syrian, age 12) and Niam (Lebanese, age 32) share a rare friendship.
The men of the remote Spanish village of ‘Riofrio’ have a plan to fall in love. One busload of women from Madrid might just be the answer to their problems… or is it?