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We're making three short documentaries, each about one of our favorite federal agencies, because we do *heart* government.
Mala Mala is a feature length documentary exploring the lives of young Puerto Ricans in the trans community.
Documents the triumphs and hardships of the community behind the contemporary urban dance movement called “Flexing” in Brooklyn.
We have been granted unparalleled access to make a film that explores one of the most distinctive voices in modern cinema: David Lynch.
This film take us inside the cafes, art houses, and studios of one of the most exciting cities in the world, Cairo, during revolution.
Four teenaged girls, adopted from China as babies, explore the question "Who am I?" and start a dialogue about family and identity.
The Power of the Canoe: Reintroducing the Art and Tradition of the Birch Bark Canoe to the Youth of the Temagami First Nation
After producing our documentary film last semester, we want to take it on the road, competing in festivals and screening it publicly!
12 great American artists and designers create their ultimate work of art-their homes. The first film to tell their story.
A Pure Cinema film about the city of Boise.
This documentary will shine a light on "Holy Homophobia" and Bible-based prejudice, starting with evangelical Christianity.
An intimate and bittersweet portrayal of the final step of my childhood dream to be a professional wrestler.
Caught between tribalism and democracy, a Liberian mother is at odds with her country after the brutal rape of her 6 yr old daughter .
The Duke - Carolina Blue Blood Rivalry Film uses unique game and interview footage to show the passion of the greatest sports rivalry!
Raising funds to finish my 4-part self-funded documentary. I want to release at least Part One on May 21st in time for Father's Day.
A feature length documentary about my father, who passed away from AIDS in 1997, and his life of drug addiction and crime in NYC.
This is a documentary about improv comedy in NYC, featuring performers from the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre and beyond.
Williston, North Dakota, was a quiet town until newfound access to North America's largest oil reserve caused a modern day gold rush.
Dark City: Beneath The Beat is a documentary capturing the sound scape of the rising Baltimore club music and dance scene.
A documentary designed to capture the spirit and culture of the game Humans vs. Zombies, to be filmed at RIT in the Spring of 2012.