Why would anyone over the age of twelve take up ballet? Four older dancers explain the importance of dance to their lives, and give us a sharp reminder of the need for art to survive.
Clothed Minds is a documentary focusing on the effects that school dress code policies have on Black girls in the Washington DC public and charter school systems. Based on the report “Dress Coded: Black girls, bodies and bias in DC Schools” from the National Women’s Law Center.
Owning your own business in New York City could be the perfect definition of the "American Dream'; but for Marcos, a baker, that dream can show many layers.
Remotely Learning offers an intimate look at family dynamics and the extraordinary demands placed on women during the pandemic. Filmed almost entirely on mobile phones by moms in Texas, North Carolina and Massachusetts, the film captures who succeeds and who doesn’t when families “do school” from home.
A short documentary of one mom's journey to feed her family.
“Black Tea” is a community engagement show that is focused on the racial disparages here in State College, Pennsylvania, as well as nationwide. This is meant to spark uncomfortable, but needed conversations with the hope to bring the community together. “When we talk we learn when we learn we grow.”