Soaring above the chaotic spectacle of ‘80s and ‘90s Los Angeles, a young couple revolutionized breaking news with their brazen helicopter reporting. Culled from this news duo’s sprawling video archive, WHIRLYBIRD is a poignant L.A. story of a family in turbulence hovering over a city unhinged.


Mighty & Leti win a car in Vegas, head home to the Bronx, stopping in Idaho’s Sawtooth Mountains. Nature’s profound, vast beauty shifts Mighty’s world view, reveals a vision quest, and strengthens her to confront her inner battles.


A young girl wears her afro to school on picture day, and must deal with the unexpected consequences.

Women in Blue

After the fatal shooting of an unarmed woman by a police officer rocks the police department, Chief Hartneau is pushed out and a new male chief takes over, appointing only men to top level positions, threatening the gains that the women have made within the force. Women in Blue explores these women as they continue their fight for gender equality, and explores a deeper look at race, violence and diversity within policing in America.

Us Kids

From the director of the Peabody Award-winning Newtown comes an insightful, rousing coming-of-age story about youth determined to stand up and fight for justice at a most critical time in American history. Sparked by gun violence ravaging their schools, Us Kids chronicles March For Our Lives as they pull off the largest youth protest movement in the U.S., determined to build an inclusive, unprecedented movement addressing racial justice, a growing public health crisis and shocking a political system into change.


Filmed over five years in Kansas City, this documentary follows four kids – beginning at ages 4, 7, 12, and 15 – as they redefine “coming of age.” These kids and their families reveal intimate realities of how gender is re-shaping the family next door in a never-before-told chronicling of growing up transgender in the heartland. The film is a nuanced examination of how families tussle, transform, and sometimes find unexpected purpose in their identities as transgender families.

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