“Baldur’s Flats” is a short, expository documentary about a Norse runestone which mysteriously appeared in an Ontario public park in the summer of 2019. Sparked by an investigative CBC article, the film conducts interviews with a groundskeeper, local artist, and professor of Scandinavian studies to decipher the message behind the enigmatic rock.
An Amish family in Maine lives life off the grid and on the land, making the most of daylight. Hearing from the voices of Maine, Amish community members, they give us an inside look at their lifestyle and particular sect.
Basketball was always a huge hobby for me and I enjoyed playing it with my friends and family. One day when my brother and I went to play basketball, we met people--people who didn't look like us. They had different skin color, different hair styles, and spoke a different language. We wanted to play basketball with them but realized how reality was--people didn't want them to play with us because they were ... different.
San Bernardino was a well known, prosperous, hub city back in the day, but over the course of time the city has taken one devastating blow after another, and hasn't been the same since. With this in mind, local photographers use the former "All American" city as their canvas, using photography of the city as a measure of its pride, casting a light over the city as it struggles
Living in a two bedroom home with 2 different families, filmmaker Angelica Rubio embarks on a path to understand family dynamics, vulnerability, and personhood. This film documents that journey as well as what she discovers along the way.
This is a film showing my personal growth over quarantine.
This shows what my cat, Stella, does throughout her day, from her perspective.
This is a short documentary about a dancer, an immigrant from Ecuador, who pursues the American dream.
My children in America's hands. The tragic deaths of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and George Floyd have rocked the American nation, and left three mothers without their child. A child they carried for nine months. A child that is their own flesh, blood, and love. A new revolution is upon us. Hear from three black mothers who tell of their hopes and fear for their black children entering a discriminative America. Whitney Pirtle, a sociologist professor at UC Merced, who has two sons with her husband who also works in education. Sam, she works in the education field. And finally, Arkesha, who is a city bus driver.
This documentary film is about an Indian restaurant located in Culver City and how it has managed to achieve immense success over the years.
In the unknown regions of Laos, the country faces the catastrophes of war filled with bloody murder, horrific events, and nation unrest. Displacement and unease of Lao civilians cause a young boy named Phomma to seek refuge in the United States, the “land of the free.”
"El Roma" tells the story of Cine Roma, an independent cinema from Alfaz del Pi that has been standing for more than 40 years, overcoming modern competitors like multiscreen and digital platforms. Pep, one of the owners, tells us how El Roma came about and what makes it so special to last so many years in the face of the adversities of this industry.
An eccentric "homeless" man tries to find his place in a society that rejects his unconventional way of life.
The Black Lives Matter Protest has been going on for years, and recently today's youth are some of the most involved participants. Youth on BLM interviews 6 high school age girls on The Black Lives Matter movement, providing a young perspective on what BLM is, what it's trying to achieve, and how one can help. This film was completely was created in the midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic and footage was created entirely through video calls and shared home media.