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  • The Self-Made Man

    The Self-Made Man

    The right-to-die debate goes West in this riveting portrait of a man and his family grappling with a darker side of rugged individualism. At 77, self-made man Bob Stern finds […]

  • Escuela


    There are over 800,000 students enrolled in migrant education programs in the United States and, of those, only 45-50% ever finish high school. Escuela, the sequel to Hannah Weyer’s critically acclaimed […]

  • No Umbrella

    No Umbrella

    Are you convinced that there were no voting irregularities in 2004?  Then witness Fannie Lewis in action on November 2, 2004 as she struggles to manage a polling station in […]

  • Please Vote For Me

    Please Vote For Me

    Please Vote for Me  Is democracy a universal value that suits human nature? Do elections inevitably lead to manipulation? “Please Vote for Me” is a portrait of a society and […]

  • At the Death House Door

    At the Death House Door

    At the Death House Door  This winner of the 2008 Full Frame Inspiration Award is an intimate look at the death penalty in the state of Texas through the eyes of […]