Crime + Punishment

In New York, and across the nation, many officers on the front lines of over-policed minority communities often have a truth to tell. Whistleblower cops are a vital but rarely supported part of criminal justice reform efforts today. These good cops who try to speak out are

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An Act of Worship

In a time when hate crimes have reached their highest level since 9/11, Trump’s Travel Ban, which was recently upheld by the Supreme Court, has sent a message to Muslims around the world: they are not welcome in the United States. AN ACT OF WORSHIP follows several young

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Return to the Andes

After living in New York City for 20 years, Nelida Silva (from Soy Andina) returns again to her Peru birthplace — this time with a dream of helping rural women start businesses. That’s a daunting challenge in the Andes, where many women are marginalized.  But few things

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The Mothership 2050

THE MOTHERSHIP: 2050 is an inspiring documentary about a woman facing her own extinction and the extinction of the planet she so viscerally loves. Knowing she has only one year to live, Constance Adams–space architect, single mother, and punk rocker–begins to

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Lesley Steele’s Fellowship

Sponsor Lesley Steele’s involvement in the UnionDocs Collaborative Studio. From Lesley: It has been quite the honor to be accepted into UnionDoc’s 10 month collaborative documentary fellowship at this time in my life. I am fundraising in order to gain enough financial

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Emma Yi’s Fellowship

Sponsor Emma Yi’s involvement in the UnionDocs Collaborative Studio. From Emma: Hi, everyone, Thank you so much for visiting my campaign page and choosing to be part of my journey as a filmmaker. I have been selected as one of 12 artists from around the world to be

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