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Eat Up is an eye-opening account on the abject state of school lunch programs and one entrepreneur’s yearlong mission to prove that she can improve the nutritional value of school lunches while offering food that students will actually want to eat.
Bee Nation shines a spotlight on students as they compete in the first-ever First Nations Provincial Spelling Bee in Canada. Set against the hardships experienced by indigenous peoples, the children’s success serves as inspiration for the entire community.
A community pulls together each year in a race against time to rescue sea turtles stranded and virtually lifeless on the beaches of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, during the bitter cold months of November and December, and transports them back to Mexico.
Uncommon Allies chronicles one mother’s role in overcoming the distrust between communities and the police in Kansas City. After her son was murdered, she turned her search for justice into a
The Clean Bin Project chronicles a yearlong competition between partners to determine which one of them can get closest to living with zero waste. Sprung from an idea to simply stop creating garbage, it presents a sobering look at our throwaway society.
A Tuba to Cuba follows the leader of New Orleans’ famed Preservation Hall Jazz Band as he retraces their roots to Cuba and, in the process, discovers the universal power of music to lift the human spirit and bridge the cultural divide.
Operation Toussaint follows an elite team of former US law enforcement officers on a thrilling mission to hunt down human traffickers running a child prostitution ring in Haiti in order to bring them to justice and free their young victims.
Getting to The Nutcracker gives an enchanting look at the reality of staging the world’s most beloved ballet and the hope and heartbreak experienced by young dancers following their dreams at a tough but prestigious ballet school in Los Angeles.
The Fantasy Makers illuminates the birth of the fantasy genre and traces its development from its earliest writers to the giants of the genre, including J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis, and its powerful influence on the pop culture of today.
Memphis Majic deftly juxtaposes the evolution of a dance form created in Memphis, Tennessee, called Jookin’ against the racially charged sociopolitical environment that engulfs the city to illustrate the critical importance of art in society.
The documentary 500 Miles tells the story of a unique veteran’s rehabilitation program in its work to rehabilitate both veterans and horses, restoring their true sense of purpose and value.
Australia: The Wild Top End is an epic journey through some of the wildest and most beautiful landscapes on Earth, where humans and animals live under the constant lurking threat of the ultimate apex predator, the saltwater crocodile.
Gottfried Helnwein and the Dreaming Child is a compelling look into the creative process. The film tells the story of what happens when an Austrian artist collaborates with an Israeli Opera company to stage a piece that explores the treatment of children during the Holocaust.
Breaking Through the Clouds tells the story of 20 pioneering women who in 1929 competed in the first Women’s National Air Derby. But the race, seen as an attempt to challenge gender stereotypes, was fraught with controversy, tragedy, and sabotage.
Children of the Light tells the incredible story of Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu. Follow his journey from humble beginnings to leading the nation in nonviolent protests and helping to bring an end to the apartheid regime in South Africa.
Unbranded follows four friends who ride wild mustangs 3,000 miles from Mexico to Canada through the wildest terrain of the American West. During their epic journey, friendships are tested and the trail ultimately leads to one of self-discovery.
Road to Peace follows the Dalai Lama on a speaking tour of the United Kingdom. This award-winning documentary provides fascinating insights into one of the most celebrated humanitarians of all time and his vision for creating lasting peace.
Big Sonia tells the life story of Sonia Warshawski—from her detention in Nazi death camps to her life as a great-grandmother and small business owner in Kansas City. Her stories of how she survived the Holocaust have become a surprising source of inspiration for a new generation.
To the Ends of the Earth brings into focus the growing battles between the fossil fuel industry and grassroots environmental movements springing up to protest the devastation caused to the environment by the extreme measures used to extract energy.
Fallen is a feature-length documentary that brings to light how US law enforcement officers and their families struggle to cope in the aftermath of officers killed in the line of duty—and the ever-present threat they live with as part of the job.
Arabia tells the story that began with the nomadic tribes that first inhabited the vast desert lands and their culture’s undeniable impact on the world; from the golden age of Islam to the resurgence of present-day Saudi Arabia on the world’s stage.
Born without arms as the result of a severe birth defect, Jessica Cox never allowed herself to believe that she couldn’t accomplish her dreams. An expert martial artist, college graduate and motivational speaker, Jessica is also the world’s only armless airplane pilot, a mentor and an advocate for people with disabilities.
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Dogs on the Inside tells the emotional stories of rescued dogs and the convicts behind bars who help train them for adoption. What develops is a win-win for prisoners and pups as the bonds they form prepare them both for a life on the outside.