How Much We Feel takes an intimate look at an interracial relationship over the course of its first year, as told through slices of their life. This short examines how the couple grows together and struggles with subtle, modern racial issues they encounter along the way.
Sam Clark is running for City Council in a purple district in Fairview, Colorado. And he’s running in a new, bold, and very American way—with no platform of his own. His platform is a platform of pure democracy: it’s all direct quotes, from real, everyday Fairviewians. Filmed with real, non-actor, people.
Ensnaring almost four million Americans, probation has evolved from a way to avoid prison to a sanction actually feeding mass incarceration. Some people of color set out to change all this, equipped only with cameras.
In this short documentary, we go behind the scenes with Buddhist Chaplain, Justin Von Bujdoss as he shares the complex and important role he plays in holding space for the correction officers during meditation at Rikers Island one of the most dangerous prisons in the country.
A contemporary vision of a generation in Paris, today.
Savage Days is the fate of three characters: a student eager for experiences, a dealer who has just landed in the world of drugs but who is trying to get out of it, and a trader tired of his loneliness ... Money , pleasure, ambition but also lies are the foundations of their relationship.
The world today makes them meet, collide, hurt each o...
Aseem is a story of dreams - some broken, some realised. Told through the eyes of Irfan - a young boy who dreams of being a motorbike designer and Anita a doctor who dreams of building a hospital for women in her village.
Having met by chance on a rainy night an innocent romance blossoms between the two only to collide with the murky, power hungry dreams of Dattaram Patil an up and coming local...