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  • Justice for Ahmaud

    A mother fights for the truth behind her son’s killing – captured on video. Ahmaud Arbery was jogging when he was chased and shot. CBS News correspondent Omar Villafranca reports.

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  • Restoration A Concert Film

    In Spring 2020, the Acres of Ancestry Initiative/Black Agrarian Fund collaborated with the South Carolina Lowcountry hip hop group, Native Son, to create the anthem for our campaign, “The Land.” “The Land” is our generation’s love offering to the beautiful struggle to protect 1.5 million acres of...

  • Dreaming of Words

    Njattyela Sreedharan, a fourth standard drop-out, compiles a dictionary connecting four Indian languages. Travelling across four states and doing extensive research, he spent twenty five years making the multilingual dictionary. This unique dictionary offers a comparative study of Malayalam, Kann...

  • No Lye: An American Beauty Story

    No Lye: An American Beauty Story chronicles the rise and decline of the black-owned ethnic beauty industry in America.

  • The Cost of Denial

    From 1981 to 2021, the world has confronted a terrible scourge that has impacted countless individuals with fear, pain and death. Hundreds of billions of dollars have been spent on our war against AIDS. The medical industry has focused on antiretroviral drugs to combat the HIV virus. All efforts ...

  • BOJ - The Movie

    BOJ (The Book of Job) -The journey of a man named after the prominent biblical figure and the parallels he discovered through surviving a stroke.

    What originated as a one-man play meant to premiere last summer (2020) in the NY Theatre Festival evolved into this short film due to the pandemic and...

  • Journey of Gogos

    Three South African gogos (grandmothers) take on a journey to Europe. As they travel, they tell the true story of gogos, who often replace parents in raising and educating children in South Africa.

  • Bartholomew's Gold

    Host Moe the Mos gives an in depth look into the life of up and coming NYC fashion designer Winston B Holder III.

  • Bo Legs: Marvin Arrington, Sr., An Atlanta Story

    Marvin Arrington, Sr. is one of Atlanta's most significant political leaders yet one of its least recognized. Born in Atlanta, then a segregated, provincial town of the Deep South Arrington grew up to help galvanize the city of his birth into the international, cosmopolitan metropolis that it is ...

  • One Pint at a Time

    Craft beer generates tens of billions of dollars annually for the US economy. Despite beer’s Egyptian and African heritage, these traditions have been mostly forgotten and are rarely found in American brewing culture. Today, Black-owned breweries make up less than 1% of the nearly 9,000 brewerie...

  • TAPIZ (Tapestry)

    A documentary that focuses on the asylum process and how Covid-19 impacted the LatinX community.

  • Fire In Little Africa

  • Death To The N-Word

    Death to The N-Word highlights the desensitizing of the taboo term through music, history, and multiple cultures.

  • Long Haul

    It was initially believed that Covid-19 was "a respiratory virus," that "lasts for 10-14 days."

    Long Haul is the untold story of hundreds of thousands of people still suffering from Covid's devastating impact months and for many, more than a year after getting over their acute illness; as told...

  • Remembering Bronzeville

    ”Remembering Bronzeville” documents the rise of Milwaukee’s African American community and its push to ascend into the middle class after World War Two. It chronicles the destruction of the neighborhood, as it was torn down to make way for public housing, urban renewal projects and, finally, an i...

  • Last Call for Tomorrow

    Last Call for Tomorrow, reflects on the crisis' facing all life on Earth.

    We are witnessing the 6th Mass Extinction of our planet. We are loosing about 200 species a day. Humanity has killed 83% of all wild mammals and half of all plants. Of the birds left in the world, 70% are poultry chickens ...

  • The Raising of the Son

    The Raising of the Son is a documentary that takes us on a journey through the landscape of paternal impact - specifically, the presence or absence of fathers - on a society in the throes of a single mother epidemic.

  • The One and OnlyJewish Miss America

    “The One and Only Jewish Miss America” is the surprising story of Bess Myerson, the talented beauty queen from the Bronx, and how she won the world’s most famous beauty pageant 75 years ago, at the tail end of World War II. The film follows Bess, the middle daughter of poor Russian immigrants, fr...

  • Can Art Stop A Bullet?

    William Kelly, widely considered the social conscience of Australian art, once said “Art can’t stop a bullet, but it can stop a bullet from being fired.”
    Can it?

    Filmed on five continents, with contributions from over 20 artists, thinkers and activists, this documentary explores the power of art...

  • A Soul Journey

    In the last 30 years, some of the greatest “legends” of Soul and R&B have performed at Porretta Soul in Italy, the greatest Soul music festival in the world. A Soul Journey is not just simply a music documentary, it is a film narrating many aspects of the intricate and delicate lives of these art...

  • The Story of Special Woodstock

    Inspired by Woodstock '69, the message of peace love and acceptance is encapsulated in the homegrown music festival, Special Woodstock. After 20 years, the festival is still going strong, breaking barriers and inspiring people from all walks of life.