Kojo is a loveable and precocious jazz prodigy. When he’s not at home in New York, he’s touring the world, which serves as both his stage and classroom.
Two friends stumble upon a unique and valuable piece of motion picture history in Omaha, Nebraska.
A documentary about how 12 students with an intellectual disability made the film Kill Off
Throw tells the story of an outsider from East Baltimore, an area challenged by gang violence and poverty. Often misunderstood, Coffin Nachtmahr found acceptance among a subculture of “throwers” and it turns out, he’s a virtuoso. He now helps others find a creative and social outlet by sharing the very toy that inspired him.
Michael “The Ragman” Bork – the storyteller, the vagabond, but most importantly the songwriter willing to unearth an entire lyrical catalog of his documented past. A collaboration of professional musicians transpires for one goal: To bring to life the spirit known as The Ragman.
Amidst many distractions, Samantha struggles to find her voice recording a new song. She encounters a mysterious stranger who reminds her of why she loves to create music.
Professional yo-yoer Jonathan Best (AKA Doctor B) returns to one of the largest yo-yo championships in America, meeting and competing against a younger generation.
The Alleva family talks about their iconic store
Everyone thinks they can be a comedian, but few give it a shot. Follow David Stoll as he prepares to share his jokes – and himself – with Boston’s fierce comedy community.
A poetic, experimental and performative documentary that explores how the power of practicing gratitude can have a positive impact on mental health. Made in collaboration with 6 people who have lived experience of complex mental health issues, this film voices their experiences in a bid to raise awareness about mental health.
A short subject documentary about former Minnesota Projectionist Dave Hilsgen reflecting on his beginnings in the film industry as movie theatres across the nation convert from 35 mm projection to digital cinema.
Fargo Record Fair founder Dean Sime describes the importance of music and the joy of dropping a needle into a groove. “A Perfect Record” received awards for Best Cinematography and Best Use of Theme following its premiere at the Fusion/International Documentary Challenge showcase at the 2016 Slamdance Film Festival.
Born and raised in Manhattan, Liane Newton dreamed of owning a farm. After the death of her father, she set out to make her fantasy a reality. Newton now runs nycbeekeeping.org, a non-profit working to ensure that all beekeepers in NYC have access to training and mentoring.
Journey with More Than Just Parks to discover the land where bison still roam and towers rise from the prairie in dazzling formations. This is the Badlands. Filmed primarily in 8K
On August 28, 2005 somebody stole one of the most iconic pieces of movie memorabilia, The Ruby Slippers from the 1939 classic “The Wizard of Oz”. Over ten years later, the case is no closer to being solved. This documentary features in depth interviews with some of the key suspects and the private investigator who’s determined […]
Hockey means lots of things to the world. For the Orr family in Aberdeen, it is both a sport and a way to bring their family and community together.
Estaifan Shilaita risked everything to leave his home country of lraq and pursue his boxing dream. Although he dealt with tremendous hardships on his journey to the United States, his unique personality and perspective, along with the connection he shares with his family, reveal why he is “The Champion.”
Lakota Positivity focuses on the positive sides of the reservation that are often left unmentioned by the media, who try their hardest to focus on the negative, denying the outside world a chance to see the good.
The Boxing Smoker takes an inside look into the world of young Lakota Athletes determined to make their way through the ranks of the local Boxing World.
Meet Tom and Barbara, the proud new owners of a serial killer’s house– the most infamous residence in Sacramento, California. The middle-age couple soon realizes it’s going to take more than a fresh coat of paint to whitewash their home’s macabre history.