Where We've Been
A woman dedicates her life to remembering the past, but now as dementia fogs her memory her life's work bears the risk of being forgotten.
Living in Chicago, a group of Chinese women immigrants gathers to dance in high heels, wear traditional Chinese dresses, and shoot guns at the range. What brings them together is a sense of community, their own insecurities and the warmth they share with each other.
The difficult yet redemptive story of a young man from Indianapolis. Nothing was going to stop him from making his mom proud.
HOW FAR IS HOME
In the midst of the immigration ban, a teenage refugee Ahmed and his sister Ruba find a home at a Cleveland school for immigrants. Will they be able to reach their dreams?
Counting the Cost
A mother recollects her family's experience in leaving an Amish community.
In this short essay-style documentary, a Black filmmaker reflects on present-day struggles of marginalized people on a tour devoted to challenging conventional historical narratives through the legacy of a slave revolt.
By asking the tough questions and searching for answers, these films tackle the challenging conversations needed for personal accountably, institutional change and healing. TRIGGER WARNING: violence, sexual assault, masturbation, swearing, blood and adult language. View filmmaker Q&As here.
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