In search of her roots, a first-generation, mixed-race American filmmaker
traces her father's footsteps back to Mt Kilimanjaro
where she discovers the beauty and brutality of the life he
March Point follows three Swinomish boys’ investigation into the impact of oil refineries on their community and environment, and how the process of filmmaking changed their lives.
The Heart of the Game captures the passion and energy of a Seattle high school girls' basketball team, the eccentricity of their unorthodox coach, and the incredible true story of one player's fight to play the game she loves.
Uno Mas highlights the long, illustrious musical career of Israel “Cachao” Lopez and his unlikely yet powerful relationship with Actor/Director Andy Garcia.
Hidden Worlds: Underground Rome takes us on a riveting journey through time as we follow archeologists and urban explorers as they descend deep into Rome’s underworld, taking us to places few have seen, and where fewer still dare to go.
What happens when big oil comes to town? Shot during the first month of pipeline construction, Pipe Dreams: People of the Cameroon Pipeline depicts the lives of those most vulnerable to environmental disaster.
Life Along the Tracks tells the stories of the people of the Everett Branch of the Milwaukee Railroad: the gandy dancers, the engineers, the beanery queen, the telegraphers, and their families. The film reveals what life during Depression was like for a small community.
Rudy Maxa is one of America’s premier consumer travel experts. His most recent series, Rudy Maxa’s World, began airing on Public Television in 2008. Shot and edited entirely in HD.
The Business of Fancydancing, a poetic story of growth, death and the choices that define us, was Sherman Alexie's (www.fallsapart.com) directorial debut.
Sherman Alexie (www.fallsapart.com) wrote this short film that explores the Indian musical form known as a "49." 49? was filmed for the Seattle International Film Festival Fly Filmmaking Challenge and has screened at multiple festivals.
In Take, the lives of two strangers—a struggling mother (Minnie Driver) and a gambling addict (Jeremy Renner)—converge in unspeakable tragedy. Years later, they must come to terms with themselves and one another.
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