Documentary Shorts

Documentary Shorts

Documentary shorts created by award-winning mediamakers.

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Documentary Shorts
  • Sankofa Curtain Call

    With over 10 years of teaching experience, Latecia educates and supervises young children in the theatre and the arts. Between dealing with her troubled experiences as a child and balancing her life at home as a single mother, she gets up every morning with the goal of changing the youth for the...

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  • Come Meet A Black Person

    Come Meet A Black Person

  • Damita

    Stunt actor, Damita Jane Howard, shares the story of her journey from playing roller derby professionally to working full-time as a stunt actor in major hollywood films to realizing her childhood dream of riding horses.

  • Where My Girls

    In the underground hip hop scene of New York, the old adage “if you can make it here, you can make it anywhere” rings true for many rappers seeking to make a name for themselves. But in a scene that struggles to stay genuine in the face of clout chasers and rising rents, making it has taken on a ...

  • Funeral of a Nation

    In memory of who we were, a tribute to who we will be. In honor of those before us, a call to those after us. You are because of who was, where past meets present, a future is born. Funeral of a Nation will ensure the Birth of Another.

  • Cosmonauts

    Law enforcement agencies were given a task contrary to the Constitution – to disperse a peaceful rally. How the characters will cope with the dilemma we will understand thanks to synthesis of opposite genres-music videos and documentaries.

  • Girl Dads

    The film Girl Dads takes an intimate look into the special bond a father has with his daughters. Every man anticipates the opportunity to have a son that he can refer to as his mini me and train to walk in his footsteps... but a man's life will change as soon as he looks into the eyes of his baby...

  • The Unheard Tales of TamikaFest

    Def Poet Tamika "Georgia Me" Harper shares her success as the "Queen of Spoken-Word," and her self-titled poetry festival the TamikaFest.

  • 70 Years of Blackness: The Untangling of Race and Adoption

    Verda Byrd has been living her entire life as a black woman. Only until the age of 70 Verda made a shocking discovery. She was adopted and her biological parents were actually white. 70 Years of Blackness takes a look into Verda's story while examining the effects race played within the adoption ...