March 2019 Newsletter
Kyle Gray is a young racing car driver realises he probably will crash again
Directed by Samuel Hicks Watch here.
Nine-year-old Maribel explains to us how it feels to be stricken with the world's oldest infliction: love
Nine-year-old Maribel explains to us how it feels to be stricken with the world's oldest infliction: love. Watch here.
Horrible migraines, blind spots, and tunnel vision are symptoms of a terrible coke(-a-cola) habit
The Summer after 10th grade Mike spent two solid weeks with horrible horrible migraines, dizziness, blind spots and tunnel vision—he didn’t know what it was… This is the story of his Coke Habit. Watch here.
William is a station agent who finds meaning
After meeting William on my commute to/from Oakland and witnessing his warmth and friendliness firsthand, I knew I had to make a film about him. Watch here.
An ice cream van 'Cold War' is way more violent
Directed By Dan Emmerson Watch here.
We Are The Parents of L.A.
Directed by Ted Gerike Watch here.
Leo and Laura traveled the world together, but now
First-hand stories from Central American migrants
A quiet look at the lives on the line. First-hand stories from Central American migrants and asylum seekers searching for a better life in the north. Watch here.
Young girls in India are finding strength in
"Who says what’s feminine and what’s not? It’s up to us women to define it. Young girls need to understand that you can be strong, get on the skateboard, and be feminine all at the same time.” Watch here.