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Art and Craft

by Sam Cullman and Jennifer Grausman and Mark Becker

Premiere Date: September 25, 2015

A cat-and-mouse caper told with humor and compassion, Art and Craft uncovers the universal in one man's search for connection and respect. Official Selection of the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival and International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam. Named a Top 5 Documentary by the National Board of Review. Produced in association with American Documentary | POV.

Point and Shoot

by Marshall Curry

Premiere Date: August 24, 2015

In 2006, Matt VanDyke left his home in search of a "crash course in manhood" and ended up amidst a revolution in the Middle East. A co-production of Marshall Curry Productions, American Documentary | POV and ITVS. Winner, Best Documentary Feature Award, 2014 Tribeca Film Festival.

Web Junkie

by Shosh Shlam and Hilla Medalia

Premiere Date: July 13, 2015

An extraordinary look into a internet addiction rehab in Beijing, China, the first country in the world to classify this evolving diagnosis. Official Selection of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.

The Caretaker

by Theo Rigby and Kate McLean

Premiere Date: June 29, 2015

The Caretaker is a portrait of two women who are outsiders in the place they call home. Haru is a 95-year-old Japanese-American migrant who was interned during World War II. Joesy is an undocumented worker from Fiji who cares for her.

After Tiller

by Martha Shane and Lana Wilson

Premiere Date: September 1, 2014

Since the assassination of Dr. George Tiller in 2009, only four doctors in the country openly provide late abortions. With unprecedented access, After Tiller goes inside the lives of these physicians working at the center of the storm. (90 minutes)

My Way to Olympia

by Niko von Glasow

Premiere Date: July 7, 2014

Who better to cover the Paralympics than a disabled filmmaker who hates sports and deems the games "stupid?" When Niko von Glasow meets the Rwandan sitting volleyball team and an American archer without arms, his notions get blown away. (60 minutes)

When I Walk

by Jason DaSilva

Premiere Date: June 23, 2014

Encore Broadcast: August 10, 2015

Jason DaSilva was 25 and a rising filmmaker when he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and inspired to film this forthright — and surprisingly uplifting — look at his new life. He searches for a cure, yet a different miracle comes his way.Official Selection of the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. A co-production of ITVS. A co-presentation with CAAM. (90 minutes)

The Road Home

by Mike Rauch and Tim Rauch

Premiere Date: November 28, 2013

Eddie Lanier struggled with alcoholism for over 40 years, until his 28th stint in rehab finally led to sobriety.

Marking the Distance

by Mike Rauch and Tim Rauch

Premiere Date: November 1, 2013 (Online Only)

Gweneviere Mann talks to her boyfriend Yasir Salem about losing her short term memory.

Grounded By Reality

by Elizabeth Strickler and Phoebe Brown

Premiere Date: April 30, 2013 (Online Only)

A glimpse into an artist's everyday struggles and her fierce determination to be seen as a whole and vital person through her art making.

Sun Kissed

by Maya Stark and Adi Lavy

Premiere Date: October 18, 2012

When a Navajo couple uncovers a hidden link between their children’s rare genetic disorder and the American government’s conquest of their tribe, their lives are changed forever. (60 minutes)

The Edge of Dreaming

by Amy Hardie

Premiere Date: August 24, 2010

Can dreams predict the future? A filmmaker explores dreams, neuroscience and the realm of spirituality in this fascinating investigation of the human subconscious. (75 minutes)


by Mike Rauch and Tim Rauch

Premiere Date: August 24, 2010

This four-minute animated short from the producers of StoryCorps features Joshua Littman, a 12-year-old boy with Asperger's syndrome, interviewing his mother, Sarah. (4 minutes)

A Healing Art

by Ellen Frick

Premiere Date: August 17, 2010

Artificial eye makers combine artistry, skill and compassion, making eyes that are masterful works of art, and rekindling hope for their patients. (7 minutes)


by Anthony Morrison

Premiere Date: July 13, 2010

Bye follows Jayden, a two and half year old diagnosed with autism, through his first months of school in the Bronx. (9 minutes)

Notes on Milk

by Ariana Gerstein and Monteith McCollum

Premiere Date: April 21, 2010

A poetic look at some lesser-known aspects of America’s favorite drink: the industry’s spiritual underpinnings, politics and the struggle of independent farmers. (20 minutes)

Food, Inc.

by Robert Kenner

Premiere Date: April 21, 2010

Encore Broadcast: August 9, 2011

This 2010 Oscar-nominated film lifts the veil on our nation's food industry, exposing the highly mechanized underbelly that's been hidden from the American consumer. (120 minutes)

The English Surgeon

by Geoffrey Smith

Premiere Date: September 8, 2009

A remarkable depiction of one doctor's commitment to relieving suffering and of the emotional turmoil he undergoes in bringing hope to a desperate people. (90 minutes)

Life. Support. Music.

by Eric Daniel Metzgar

Premiere Date: July 7, 2009

When a guitarist suffers a brain hemorrhage onstage, doctors doubt he will emerge from a coma. The story of a family's astonishing struggle in the face of tragedy. (90 minutes)

In the Family

by Joanna Rudnick

Premiere Date: October 1, 2008

How much would you sacrifice to survive? When Chicago filmmaker Joanna Rudnick tested positive for the "breast cancer gene" at age 27, she knew the information could save her life, but she didn't know what to do about it. (90 minutes)

Critical Condition

by Roger Weisberg

Premiere Date: September 30, 2008

What happens if you get sick and are one of 47 million Americans without health insurance? (90 minutes)

Waging a Living

by Roger Weisberg

Premiere Date: August 29, 2006

The term "working poor" should be an oxymoron. For 30 million Americans, it's reality. Waging a Living chronicles the day-to-day battles of four low-wage earners.

The Self-Made Man

by Susan Stern

Premiere Date: July 26, 2005

Encore Broadcast: September 26, 2006

On Independence Day at Stern Ranch in central California, 77-year-old solar-energy pioneer Bob Stern finds out he is seriously ill — possibly dying. Part King Lear, part Western, The Self-Made Man is a true-life family drama about a controversial issue: Should we control how we die? (60 minutes)

Big Enough

by Jan Krawitz

Premiere Date: June 28, 2005

Encore Broadcast: August 8, 2006

In this intimate portrait, Jan Krawitz revisits some of the subjects who appeared in her 1982 award-winning film Little People. Through a prism of 'then and now,' she contrasts the youth of these individuals affected with dwarfism with their lives 20 years later. From navigating everyday life to dating and marrying, they confront physical and emotional challenges with humor, grace and sometimes, frustration.

The Education of Shelby Knox

by Marion Lipschutz and Rose Rosenblatt

Premiere Date: June 21, 2005

A self-described "good Southern Baptist girl," 15-year-old Texan Shelby Knox becomes an unlikely advocate for comprehensive sex education. (90 minutes)

Freedom Machines

by Jamie Stoble and Janet Cole

Premiere Date: September 14, 2004

Encore Broadcast: September 9, 2008

Freedom Machines takes a new look at disability through the lens of assistive technology.

State of Denial

by Elaine Epstein

Premiere Date: September 16, 2003

State of Denial takes viewers into the lives of six people struggling to survive with HIV in the face of social stigma, a severe lack of access to lifesaving treatments, and their president Thabo Mbeki's controversial stance on the connection between HIV and AIDS. (54 minutes)

Refrigerator Mothers

by David E. Simpson and J.J. Hanley and Gordon Quinn

Premiere Date: July 16, 2002

Encore Broadcast: July 27, 2004

Explore the traumatic legacy of blame, guilt and self-doubt suffered by a generation of mothers who were told they were responsible for their child's autism and learn more about this increasingly common disorder. (60 minutes)

The Smith Family

by Tasha Oldham

Premiere Date: June 25, 2002

On her ninth wedding anniversary, Kim's perfect life is shattered when she learns that her husband Steve has been having affairs with men. Three years later, she discovers she is HIV-positive. (80 minutes)

Live Free or Die

by Marion Lipschutz and Rose Rosenblatt

Premiere Date: September 26, 2000

New Hampshire’s “Live Free or Die” motto acquires tense contemporary meaning when abortion politics play out in a quiet New England town.

The Vanishing Line

by Maren Monsen

Premiere Date: July 21, 1998

Encore Broadcast: June 15, 2002

When does life become a fate worse than death? In this age of medical "miracles," increasing numbers of doctors, patients and their families are forced to face this question.

A Healthy Baby Girl

by Judith Helfand

Premiere Date: June 17, 1997

Battling personal grief, corporate power, and her mother's guilt, Helfand turns the camera on herself and her family to document her battle with DES-related cancer.

Twitch and Shout

by Laurel Chiten

Premiere Date: July 11, 1995

An irreverent and humorous portrayal of people with the often misunderstood neurological disorder, Tourette Syndrome.