How White House Photographer Pete Souza transformed from a recorder of history to a prophet with a camera, angry over the debasement of the once dignified office by the 45th President.
A documentary about a Black wife raising 6 children & running her business while working long hours to get the 60-year sentence of her imprisoned husband reduced.
The last 3 bloody years in the life of Abolitionist John Brown are told through the eyes of a young freed slave boy mistaken as a girl.
A racist film, typical of its time, wherein Blacks play subservient roles, but redeemed by the music of Louis Armstrong & Billy Holiday (her only feature film!).
The Biblical HOSEA transformed into a modern love story centered this time on the prostitute and her background but still focused on grace.
Jay is distrusted by old friends when he returns from LA to make a film about the neighborhood, which is undergoing Gentifrication.
The series tells the story of the ups & downs of Denmark’s first female PM & the cost of her power to herself and to each member of her family–husband, teenage daughter, and 8-year-old son.
The loosely connected stories of several women in Tehran, all taking place during one day, show the stifling effects of their society’s misogyney on its women.
The story of voting & voter suppression is told, with Stacey Abram’s loss in the rigged 2018 election in Georgia as the primary example–and warning for the 2020 national election.
TThe story of 6-year-old Ruby who integrated an all-White New Orleans school. aided by her mother of faith, a famous, psychiatrist, a kind White teacher, & the support of her church & community.