Hit by U.S. threats of military action against Iran and her mother’s death, Iranian-born filmmaker Sabereh Kashi travels over several years between the radical collective where she lives in Oakland to her childhood home in Tehran, to seek reconciliation with her father, her country and warring sides of herself.
Met(t)a explores the universality of trauma and resilience through the eyes of refugees and immigrants navigating the health care system, highlighting inspiring models of culturally responsive, integrative medicine.
Fiddles on Fire explores the exploding popularity of fiddle music by following eight contemporary fiddlers whose excellence in their tradition-based fiddle styles has inspired audiences the world over.
Every day we hear stories about the troubles in American education: our test scores are stagnant, we’re falling behind our international peers, and our schools are failing to prepare future generations to succeed in the 21st century.
When Rules Don’t Apply tells the story of a large group of leading technology companies that were charged and prosecuted for collusion because of their secret agreement to suppress wages and limit job opportunities of their own employees.
The Medea Project’s Birthright? is a searing dramatic narrative of deep connections between women’s health and reproductive rights and the stark realities of rape, of living with HIV and of women finding their voice in a male-dominated world that often demeans and devalues them.
The life and legacy of Johnny Otis: the Godfather of R&B, composer, bandleader, disc jockey, civil rights activist, preacher, and artist, who grew up in a Greek immigrant family, but defined himself as African-American.