A new leader takes on the corrupt ruling party in Zimbabwe's 2018 presidential election. Winner, 2021 Sundance World Cinema Documentary, Excellence Verité Filmmaking. Shortlisted, 94th Academy Awards. A co-presentation with Black Public Media.

Camilla Nielsson
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Native Americans, Japanese Americans and environmentalists defend their water from LA. A co-production of the Center for Asian American Media and Vision Maker Media. A co-presentation with the Center for Asian American Media.

Beatrice Vio has cultivated a passion for fencing since she was five years old. At eleven, she contracted severe meningitis...

Shot over the course of a year, Elaine Is Almost explores the unconditional love between siblings as they each navigate their place in the world.

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