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Filmmaker Jared Flesher has set out to tell the story of the last green spot on the map between New York City and Philadelphia.
In Marco Polo-esque tradition, we're heading on an expedition in search of artificial flavoring in the New Jersey Meadowlands.
Two creative writing grad students travel the country to interview writers and discover what is The Writing Life.
LGBT Equality Explores gay rights and transgender rights. A modern family, religion, world myths and philosophy intrigue and enlighten
Come with Adrienne to Iceland where she will face her performance fears as she participates in Kitty Von Sometimes spectacular Weird Girls Project.
A feature-length documentary film that empowers young people to chase their dreams.
As Desert Hot Springs turns 50, we want to tell the story of it's rich history and showcase it's new and exciting celebrations!
A documentary about inspiring children and the healing power of art.
"FREELOAD" crosses the nation on boxcars, piggybacks, and grainers to film America's 21st century train riders.
AM I BROKEN? is a feature-length documentary that follows the journey of heroic teachers working to change the lives of children in crisis.
LUNCH LINE reframes the school lunch debate by examining the program's surprising past, uncertain present, and possible futures.
A film about the art of grieving, and how it can make us better people for those who are still with us.
Upon fathering triplets, filmmaker Avi Zev Weider explores the nature of technology, seeking what it means to be human.
It's a fast, GREEN road to Stockholm - we need your HELP to finish our documentary for Project Green, GAP Sweden & TEDx this October!
At the height of the Iraq war, a chance encounter between an American journalist and a gay Iraqi refugee changes both of their lives.
Mission: To preserve and conserve Hawaii's land, ocean and culture for future generations from exploitation and over commercialization.
My simple vid about Mom's side of the family tree turned into a grand documentary with 2nd & 3rd great grandkids acting out the parts.
Having interviewed many intrepid trekkers in the U.S., he now goes international in his quest for still more stories from the trail.
An inspiring and unforgettable documentary chronicling the OCCUPY MOVEMENT in the streets of Oakland, Berkeley and San Francisco.
In 2010, Dane Rauschenberg decided to eschew the whole "having teammates" thing and ran the 202 mile AOR by himself.