Documentary Films

  • High Surf Warning

    Straight from the impact zone, “High Surf Warning” is a fast-paced, fully immersive chronicle of the extraordinary 2020-21 big wave season.

  • Kiss The Ground


    Science experts and celebrity activists unpack the ways in which the earth's soil may be the key to combating climate change and preserving the planet.

  • Inside Color

    A film by Dash Kolos, Inside Color invites you to peek into Cavier Coleman's world during the creation of one of his masterpieces.

  • No Regrets JB Mauney

    Perhaps the greatest cowboy ever to sit on the back of an angry 2000 pound bull, JB's approach has never been to play it safe, never take the easy way, and even if it cost him big time - from championships to injuries - by picking the toughest bull around. He did things his way and has never look...

  • Nine

    NINE is a history of one of the first Women’s Crew teams to petition for the right to organize in 1973 after the passage of Title 9. This is their compelling story.



  • Never Too Late: The Doc Severinsen Story


  • Yoga Therapy For Life

    “I thought yoga [therapy] was for hippies!” That’s what American Television Director Marty Callner thought until he tried it and saved him from taking opioids and pain killers.

    Rajashree Choudhury, renowned yoga teacher and certified yoga therapist, grew up in India seeing first-hand how yoga th...

  • Without A Whisper - Konnón:kwe


    WITHOUT A WHISPER - KONNON:KWE is the untold story of how Indigenous women influenced the early suffragists in their fight for freedom and equality. Mohawk Clan Mother Louise Herne and Professor Sally Roesch Wagner shake the foundation of the established history of the women’s rights movement in ...

  • Merely Marvelous


    Gwen Verdon changed the face of Broadway choreography over forty years. Through rare footage of Gwen Verdon performing in iconic stage musicals from Can-Can through Damn Yankees, Sweet Charity and Chicago modern audiences can see Gwen at her best and learn the unexpected and surprising true story...

  • Rescue Story: Saving Companion Animals


    Without a doubt, the place of animals in our life is now permanent. Their companionship provides us with emotional support, responsibility, and deep bonds found in few other places. Although for many animals, the life of comfort and friendship isn’t the life they are dealt. Nearly 1.5 million ani...

  • Hockey 24: A Film by Canada


    On November 17th, 2019, Canadians from coast to coast to coast joined award-winning documentary filmmakers for a once-in-a-lifetime event: to film a day in the life of community hockey. This is that day.

  • Blooming Mojave


    Blooming Mojave is a feature documentary about the Iconic species of Yucca, the Joshua Tree. Human impact is affecting every single ecosystem on earth, from the ice caps, to the oceans, and even our deserts. The deserts are known for their harsh and extreme temperatures, but the flora and fauna n...

  • Hunger Ward


    Nominated for a 2021 Oscar®, HUNGER WARD is the third film in the Refugee Trilogy by 2x Oscar® & Emmy® nominated director Skye Fitzgerald. Filmed from inside two of the most active therapeutic feeding centers in Yemen, HUNGER WARD documents two women health care workers fighting to thwart the spr...

  • God's Plant


    In Raywick, Kentucky, there is a farm where Father God and Mother Nature work in harmony, and where farmers have a part to play as well. Though until very recently, growing hemp could get a person serious jail time, Scott Essex of Bluegrass Organic Hemp considers cannabis “God’s plant.” He believ...

  • Operation Overlord


    The film tells the story of Allied special forces, Free French Forces and the French Resistance whose daring exploits behind enemy lines changed the course of World War II.

  • Love Thy Neighbor - The Story of Christian Riley Garcia


    On May 18th of 2018, a gunman opened fired into a classroom at Santa Fe High School. In the midst of panic and terror, Christian Riley Garcia guided others into a closet where he used himself as a barrier against the door. For the next dozen minutes, Christian’s actions saved countless lives. It ...

  • Where She Lies


    Where She Lies tells the gripping true story of an assaulted teen, Peggy Phillips, who gives birth out of wedlock in Chattanooga, Tennessee in 1962. Upon giving birth, Peggy receives conflicting narratives about her infant’s fate, with one doctor claiming that her baby had passed, and another cla...

  • The Heart Of Camden
    Movie + 2 extras

    The Heart Of Camden

    Movie + 2 extras

    As a young priest, Father Michael J. Doyle came to the U.S. from rural Ireland in 1959, bringing with him a joyful disposition, a fervent Catholic faith and an unwavering determination to help his congregation and community. These traits were put to the test in Camden, where he found himself conf...

  • Our Place on Earth


    In the words of Barb Iverson, “2020’s been tough.” Iverson Family Farms in Woodburn, Oregon did not escape the devastation for which 2020 is quickly becoming infamous. From COVID-19 to political unrest to suffocating smoke from local wildfires, the Iverson family is struggling to make sense of di...

  • The Return Of Elder Pingree


    Lapsed Mormon Geoff Pingree retraces the steps he took twenty-five years earlier in Guatemala as devout missionary 'Elder Pingree'. Combining archival material and contemporary footage as it moves from jungle village to national capital, THE RETURN OF ELDER PINGREE pairs the young Elder Pingree's...

  • The New Abolitionists


    Filmmaker Christina Zorich follows four NGOs throughout Southeast Asia as they fight to affect change and end human sex trafficking.

  • Jade Doskow, Photographer Of Lost Utopias


    Architectural works from past World’s Fair expositions are aspirational visions, but most were meant to be temporary. Filmmaker Philip Shane follows large-format photographer Jade Doskow on her 10-year quest to capture the monumental remnants worldwide. Shane follows her devotion to these decayin...

  • Firestorm '77 The True Story of the Honda Canyon Fire

    Movie + 1 extra

    A combination of hurricane-force winds and the snapping of an electrical pole starts the Honda Canyon Fire on Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, early in the morning of December 20, 1977. Over a thousand people consisting of professional firemen and military personnel fight the fire. Outlier ...