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Out of State
The intimate documentary Out of State follows the journeys of native Hawaiians in a prison thousands of miles from home.
Meet the unsung people who play a critical role in making some of Napa Valley’s greatest wines.
The Seed Saver
Adopted as a baby from Korea by an Irish Catholic family, Kristyn Leach is now a farmer in Northern California dedicated to preserving rare and endangered heritage seeds.
is an intimate, inspiring coming of age portrait of the wrestling team at Huntsville's J.O. Johnson High School, which has been on Alabama's failing schools list for many years.
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By Marilyn Ness
Premiere: April 22, 2019
Meet the people working to stem the tide of violence in Baltimore, in Marilyn Ness's acclaimed
Marcos Doesn’t Live Here Anymore
By David Sutherland
Premiere: April 15, 2019
Marcos Doesn’t Live Here Anymore examines the US immigration system through eyes of a couple separated by deportation.
By Laura Green & Anna Moot-Levin
Premiere: April 8, 2019
Three rural healthcare providers try to make a difference in the lives of their patients against overwhelming odds.
Tre Maison Dasan
By Denali Tiller
Premiere: April 1, 2019
Tre Maison Dasan is a moving portrait of three unforgettable young boys struggling to grow up with a parent in prison.
We Were Here
Premiere: March 1, 2019
When AIDS arrived in San Francisco in 1981, it decimated a community, but also brought people together in inspiring and moving ways.
By Kahlil Hudson and Alex Jablonski
Premiere: October 29, 2018
Wildland is a sweeping yet personal account of firefighting crew training to battle nature's most extraordinary force.
Look & See: Wendell Berry’s Kentucky
By Laura Dunn
Premiere: April 23, 2018
Look & See is a portrait of the changing landscapes and shifting values of rural America in the era of industrial agriculture, as seen through the mind’s eye of Wendell Berry.
By Peter Bratt
Premiere: March 27, 2018
Dolores is a portrait of activist icon Dolores Huerta, who tirelessly led the fight for racial and labor justice.
By Theo Anthony
Premiere: February 26, 2018
In unique style,
uses the rat to burrow into the dark, complicated history of Baltimore.
Tell Them We Are Rising
By Stanley Nelson & Marco Williams
Premiere: February 19, 2018
The rich but undertold history of America’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), from pre-slavery to now.
Jose and Mr. Ramos: The Dreamer
Premiere: September 7, 2017
The Dreamer revisits Jose Ansaldo, an optimistic 14-year-old with dreams of college amidst deportation worries.
Jose and Mr. Ramos
Premiere: August 7, 2017
A look at the relationship between young student Jose Ansaldo and his teacher Oscar Ramos, both sons of migrant farm workers, in Salinas, CA.
Sophie and Ben
Premiere: July 31, 2017
Sophie Sartain's short film is about her son Ben, who was diagnosed with Asperger's, a special form of autism.
Premiere: July 28, 2017
Eastern Shoshone tribal elder Philbert McLeod talks about his childhood and the beaded charm he thinks protected him in Vietnam.
We Are All Newtown – Part 1
Premiere: April 3, 2017
A pastor whose son was shot and killed in Connecticut before the Sandy Hook tragedy, meets with faith leaders.
We Are All Newtown – Part 3
Premiere: April 3, 2017
In Tallahassee, Florida, the mayor, sheriff, NRA members and a college campus shooting victim advocate for gun safety.
TOWER – Campus Carry: Guns at the University of Texas
Premiere: February 14, 2017
Fifty years after a gunman killed 14 at the University of Texas, students can now carry loaded handguns with the adoption of the 'campus carry law.'
By James Solomon
Premiere: January 23, 2017
Kitty Genovese's brother Bill more than 50 years after her famous murder re-investigates the truth buried beneath the story.
The Trials of Muhammad Ali
By Bill Siegel
Premiere: June 6, 2016
Ali's toughest bout: his battle to overturn the 5-year prison sentence he received for refusing U.S. military service.
The Rise of SWAT Teams
Premiere: May 8, 2016
Learn some of the astonishing statistics about the increase of SWAT team usage in United States police forces, from the 1960s to now.