China has begun to invest in recycling, renewable energy and other environmental reforms in an effort to combat climate change. Filmmaker Mika Koskinen begins exploring how China’s green policies could set an example for the rest of the world. But the project takes a surprising turn when Koskinen uncovers links between the Chinese government and a global forestry corporation. Barred from approaching the paper plantations and interviewing locals to find out what is really going on, the filmmaker is isolated at the Red Forest Hotel, and finds himself embroiled in a Kafkaesque political thriller.
Rising filmmaker Rahul Jain (Machines) returns to Delhi and explores the dramatic consequences of India's growing economy through stunning visuals, capturing not only a city in crisis but magnifying our collective climate realities
The 8th traces Ireland’s campaign to remove the 8th Amendment – a constitutional ban on abortion, forging a new progressive path when reproductive rights are threatened all over the world
In this poignant and deeply intimate documentary 3 kids temporarily removed from their parents find friendship and flickers of hope inside the worn walls of a remarkable orphanage in Eastern Ukraine, as a group of dedicated social-workers create moments of joy and respite
More than half of the 80 million Millennials in America are politically Independent. Every single one of them will be needed if the planet is to avoid climate catastrophe
As the nation faces the end of Roe v. Wade, follow three women leading formidable anti-abortion organizations to witness the enormous influence they wield at the intersection and future of abortion and politics in America.
A one-hour documentary that delves into the science of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the birth of a new movement to treat and prevent toxic stress
A harrowing look into the systemic discrimination against women in the fields of science
The first definitive, comprehensive documentary film on ADHD
A ground-breaking examination of the history of African Americans on the road from the early 1900’s through the 1960’s and beyond - a crucial window on issues of class, automobile culture, discrimination and national identity
Superstar conductor Gustavo Dudamel faces the test of a lifetime when social unrest in his Venezuelan homeland challenges his conviction that music has the power to unite
Amin had an extraordinary child refugee journey from Afghanistan. He is facing a painful secret he kept hidden for 20 years, threatening to derail his life and his soon-to-be husband
The Price of Freedom exposes the hidden past of the American gun debate and reveals how the outsized political and cultural influence of the National Rifle Association divided a nation and changed the course of American history, costing countless lives along the way