A series of documentary films highlighting stories of people who refuse to allow challenging circumstances or obstacles to get in their way.
Friends from NYC's South Asian diaspora team up to form Junoon Performing Arts. Their mission is to build community by merging their love of Bollywood with their passion for Contemporary dance to both celebrate their heritage and address social issues that have personal resonance for them including terrorism, homophobia and domestic violence.
Enter a pastel dreamland of 3,000 vintage beauty artifacts in the desert community of Joshua Tree, California and meet "America's hairstorian" Jeff Hafler as he struggles to keep his roadside attraction afloat during a remarkable year that changes his life and the lives of his husband and son.
An early childhood practice gave a formerly incarcerated man the opportunity to offer yoga classes to his fellow inmates. As a returning citizen, he's confronted with new personal and professional challenges.
20 years after 9/11, everyone still remembers that day, especially these kids who were at PS 234 right by the Twin Towers.
All of Me: Artists+Mothers features four women whose divergent life circumstances have led them to negotiate their role as mothers and artists very differently. Battling impostor syndrome, juggling the stigma of single parenting, refusing traditional child-rearing roles in a markedly patriarchal world are some of the experiences they share in common, besides arriving at the tiny town of Paonia to spend a few weeks at Elsewhere Studios to make new creative works.
An older Vietnamese woman tells how she came to be in Santa Fe.
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