This is My Home Now
Documenting the lives of four Montagnard youths whose families have come to American in the past decade from Asia. They live in two worlds — that of their parents and grandparents, who lived in Vietnam but fled from government persecution — and one of constant learning and adaptation to be Americans in North Carolina.
Frontline: Growing Up Trans
Explore the struggles and choices facing transgender kids and their parents. Through moving, personal stories of children, parents and doctors, Growing Up Trans examines new medical interventions increasingly offered at younger ages.
America ReFramed: My Life in China
An unvarnished portrait of the life and memories of a stoic and reticent man committed to his family, My Life in China retraces the perilous steps filmmaker Kenneth Eng's father chanced in search of a better life. Exploring the themes of home, exile and belonging, the film is a story about promise, purpose and living life without regrets.
America ReFramed: The Grace Lee Project
Growing up, Grace Lee was the only “Grace Lee” she knew. Upon moving to New York and California, she discovered quite the opposite. In her quest to uncover how the name “Grace” became ubiquitous among Asian Americans, the filmmaker speaks with many subjects named Grace Lee, focusing on the individuality and humanity of all who share her name.
Bard in the Backcountry
Bard in the Backcountry is a behind-the-scenes look at Montana Shakespeare in the Parks, revealing the impact the traveling tour has on the young actors and people who put in the effort to bring Shakespeare to town. This journey provides a glimpse of the relevance that Shakespearean theater still holds for the townspeople across the region.
The Living Dream: 100 Years of Rocky Mountain National Park
For centuries, human beings have been visiting this inspirational place. Native Americans came here for spiritual renewal. Mountain men came dreaming of furs and gold - they found something else. Dreams have been made, lost and made again in this extraordinary landscape. This is the story of Rocky Mountain National Park.
POV: The Return
In 2012, California amended its "Three Strikes" law — one of the harshest criminal sentencing policies in the U.S. Within days of its passing, the reintegration of thousands of "lifers" was underway. The Return examines this unprecedented reform through the eyes of those on the front lines. What can this experiment teach the nation?
POV: The Look of Silence
Adi, who survived the 1965 Indonesian genocide, takes an unimaginable step in a society where murderers remain in power. To break the spell of submission and terror, he forces them, and us, to reckon with his country's history. The film is the story of a man confronting his brother's killers and demanding they accept responsibility for their crimes.