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MEMORIALS to the deceased have become as diverse as the lives they represent: remains are turned into diamonds and ammunition; underwater sculpture gardens are created with ashen effigies; marble tombs have iPod docks and swimming pools. This film explores the ecological and social impacts of our final mark upon the world.

 

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The Killing Fields of Dr. Haing S. Ngor takes viewers to the years before, during, and after the Khmer Rouge’s tyrannical rule over Cambodia as seen through the eyes of Dr. Haing S. Ngor, who escaped to America and recreated his experiences in The Killing Fields, winning an Oscar® for his first film. He became the de facto worldwide ambassador for truth and justice in his homeland, only to be gunned down in a Los Angeles Chinatown alley – a case still muddled with transnational conspiracy theories. The feature-length film will unfold through a blend of original animation, rare archival material, and newly shot footage, combined with an adaptation of Dr. Ngor’s inspiring autobiography, Survival in the Killing Fields (co-written with Roger Warner).
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The feature documentary AFTER LIFE examines the unprecedented release of thousands of "lifers" in California after the ground-breaking passage of Proposition 36. 
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Case Against Hate, a one-hour documentary film and public media campaign, explores the impact of hate crimes and how the justice system can engage communities to prevent bias-motivated violence. Through stirring stories of victims and those who investigate and prosecute the crimes, Case Against Hate reveals how enforcement and a deeper understanding of the law can strengthen democracy and civic life.

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A film and interactive website following two brothers who ride recycled bicycles through the American South over two years, seeking radical locality amid increasing globalization.
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COOKED, a feature documentary film and engagement campaign, starts with one of thedeadliest heat waves in U.S. history and evolves into a serious yet quirkyexploration into the politics of disaster. Along the way, it presents questions and "best-case" scenarios - the kind every U.S.city could (and should) ask, answer and strive for.

What if poverty were treated as if it were an "emergency"? Can we turn the nation's obsessionwith "disaster preparedness" [fast becoming a growth industry] into amovement built on the preemptive power of community resilience?

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A tremendous cinematic pretext for 70 solid minutes of 16mm urban landscape cinematography, The Royal Road offers up an unconventional California adventure as it blends a creative personal monologue with a vast array of non-fiction tangents including an illuminating capsule history of the Mexican American War and a brilliant five minute lecture on nostalgia and socialism by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Tony Kushner.
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The story of a small group of activists scattered globally, who build a major global movement that created a historic and dramatic day of the anti-war protests of February 15 2003 leaving an astonishing legacy and social consequences that are being felt with the Arab Spring and Occupy Movement today.
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'Right Between...' is the story of how normal, intelligent and well-rounded people came to believe May 21, 2011 would be Judgement Day, the public stand they took and what happened when their bold prediction failed. Through their eyes we explore the feeling of being right, and then being wrong. Against the back-drop of this narrative, we turn to cutting-edge neuroscience and social psychology to shed light on how people believe, how we turn our beliefs into certainties and come to mistake them for the truth.
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With thousands of untested chemicals in our everyday produts, have we all become unwitting guinea pigs in one giant human experiment? The fight is on to protect us from these toxic products before they cause irrevocable harm to our health.

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