• I Am Still Here

    Directed by Mischa Marcus

    Produced by Stephanie Bell

    From Emmy-nominated producer Stephanie Bell comes a gut-wrenching story about human trafficking.

    Winner - Best Youth Actor, Austin Revolution Film Festival; Winner - Best Narrative Feature, Great Lakes Film Festival; Winner - Audience Choice, Julien Dubuque International Film Festival; Winner - Best Director & Best Drama Film, Riverside International Film Festival - Awards

    Released February 19, 2019
    English

  • Parkland: Inside Building 12

    Directed by Charlie Minn

    Produced by Charlie Minn

    On February 14th, 2018… A Florida high school faced the ultimate test in humanity.

    “…detail[s] exactly what happened and when, minute by minute…the simplicity of Parkland is often quite affecting.” - Los Angeles Times

    Released February 12, 2019
    English

  • Homeless

    Directed by Clay Riley Hassler

    Produced by Tif Hassler

    An eighteen-year-old boy navigates life in a shelter after his grandmother passes.

    ...a promising premise...Gosh spends his days trying to navigate his changed circumstances, availing himself of library services, looking for work... - Video Librarian

    Released October 23, 2018
    English

  • Escape Artist

    When is the last time you let yourself think “outside the box”?

    Released October 10, 2017
    English

  • Forgotten

    To some, they are a nuisance. To others, they are a tragedy. But, to most, they are FORGOTTEN.

    "The documentary may be of interest in public libraries or in secondary social science or film/multimedia classes." - School Library Journal

    Released September 5, 2017
    English

  • Urban Farmers

    Discover the farms that are growing in the shadow of New York City's hustle and bustle.

    "This is a good choice for high school health and nutrition classes and for public libraries, especially those in urban areas." - School Library Journal

    Released September 5, 2017
    English

  • Farm Fixer (Season 1)

    The Apprentice's Nick Hewer returns to his roots to help farmers in crisis.

    Released July 25, 2017
    English

  • Farm Fixer (Season 2)

    Once again, The Apprentice's Nick Hewer returns to his roots to help farmers in crisis.

    Released July 25, 2017
    English

  • Hanging Australia

    This is the story of when "Australia" was put on display in the heart of London.

    Released July 11, 2017
    English

  • Traceable

    Already steeped in a culture of throwaway fashion, can we be convinced to care about sustainability?

    Released July 11, 2017
    English

  • Chelsea

    Life may not always go the way we expect it to.

    Released June 13, 2017
    English

  • Love Under Cuban Skies

    Everyone knows someone who has done it...but no one talks about it.

    Released April 11, 2017
    English

  • The Boomer Revolution

    Baby boomers turned on, tuned in and dropped out - revolutionizing what it means to get old.

    "Boomers will certainly enjoy this tribute, while their children and grandchildren may learn more about where our next generation of seniors came from, and where they are headed." - Video Librarian

    Released April 11, 2017
    English

  • Volunteers Unleashed

    A candid expose on the booming voluntourism industry shows how good intentions can go awry.

    Released April 11, 2017
    English

  • A Southern Fix

    A Southern Fix is a 5000 mile journey to find the answers.

    WINNER: Best Short - Center for Animal Protection and Education - Animal Film Festival, 2018 - Awards

    Released March 28, 2017
    English

  • The Team That Never Played

    The untold story of how apartheid kept a South African soccer team from World Cup glory.

    Released January 10, 2017
    English

  • Overland (Series 12)

    A unique video portrait of our planet’s remote areas and unknown cultures, covering 440,000 km.

    Released November 29, 2016
    French

  • 24 Hours: Police

    Witness first-hand what life is really like for police in each of 4 international cities.

    3 STARS "A solid behind-the-scenes documentary series with an interesting compare-and-contrast global slant..." - Video Librarian, Starred Review

    Released October 18, 2016
    English

  • The Assange Agenda

    Directed by Michael Waetherhead

    Produced by Lucy Anna Rhoades

    Surveillance, Democracy and You

    What rights do we have in a world where individuals are under electronic surveillance 24/7?

    "A timely look at modern concepts of privacy and government surveillance and how seemingly small acts can have negative global impact. A very useful tool for civics and U.S. government classes." - School Library Journal

    Released October 18, 2016
    English

  • 88

    An Aboriginal protest instigates mass public debate about the concept of Australian history.

    Released October 4, 2016
    English

  • Broadmoor

    A History of the Criminally Insane

    Interviews and archives highlight Britain’s most notorious criminals and the place they called home.

    Released October 4, 2016
    English

  • Chosen People

    Ten families, randomly picked to document humanity in the wake of war, are followed 50 years later.

    Released September 27, 2016
    English

  • John Lonergan's Circus

    Young people from disadvantaged communities train in circus arts and street theatre.

    Released September 27, 2016
    English

  • Against the Tide

    A human catastrophe is unfolding in the Mediterranean…

    "Along the way, viewers learn about the heartbreaking realities—including desperation and death—of people in search of a better life. Recommended." - Video Librarian

    Released September 20, 2016
    French

  • Human Harvest

    Directed by Leon Lee

    Produced by Leon Lee

    China's Illegal Organ Trade

    Uncovering “a form of evil we have yet to see on this planet.”

    Review Filmmaker Leon Lee, who is based in Canada, is the man behind the documentary. He first read about the allegations in 2006 and he couldn't take it all in. "The story seemed too incredible to believe. Several months later, David Matas and David Kilgour published their investigation report Bloody Harvest," he told Daily Mail Australia. "I was inspired to investigate further and see for myself if this horrific story could really be and that's how it all began. Eight years later Human Harvest has been released and now you can see for yourself too." - The Daily Mail

    Released September 13, 2016
    English