Skinned Knees

Colorado Springs filmmaker Olive Van Eimeren returns to her childhood home of Grand Junction to confront her past and seek reconciliation withan abusive father in this searing coming-of-age story.

Your Fat Friend

A film about fatness, family, the complexities of change and the deep, messy feeling we hold about our bodies.

The Test

A Ghanaian maintenance technician at a Virginia retirement community dreams of becoming an American citizen to provide a better life for his family. With their future at stake, he enlists the help of two elderly residents to prepare for the biggest test of his life: the US Citizenship exam.


Subject explores the life-altering experience of sharing one’s life on screen through the participants of five acclaimed documentaries. As tens of millions of people consume documentaries in an unprecedented “golden era,” the film urges audiences to consider the impact on documentary participants – the good, the bad, and the complicated.

Racist Trees

Racial tensions are reignited as a historically Black neighborhood in Palm Springs fights to remove trees that many believe were originally planted as a totem of segregation. This intimate, sobering, and at times humorous investigation uncovers an even darker history that few would equate with the City’s progressive image.

Praying for Armageddon

Praying for Armageddon is a political thriller that investigates the dangerous consequences of the fusion between Evangelical Christianity and American politics. Through years of reporting, this film not only reveals how structures of fundamentalism weaken the very fabric of American democracy, but also highlights the devastating impact religion wields on U.S. foreign policy. From a grassroots foundation and megachurch empires to the dark backroom maneuvering in Washington D.C., this film ventures inside a movement that ultimately aims to destroy our civilization. This deep dive into power and policy unveils how politicians driven by faith embrace Israel as the key to their prophetic vision for the end of days, at any cost, ultimately escalating the spirals of violence in the Middle East. As Intercept journalist Lee Fang says, “We cannot look away.”

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