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A documentary film with Nick Gomez (from Dexter and Walking Dead) to encourage awareness, support, and better treatment options for the mentally ill and their families.
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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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Beyond the Bricks Project is a media and international community engagement initiative encouraging and promoting solutions based dialog and action that increases the educational and social outcomes for school age black males. The BTBP engages black male youth in the use media and 21st century tools to reimagine and reimage the black male persona and advocate for his community.
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eHarlemTV spotlights the people, places and events of New York's East Harlem, and explores the issues that impact this vibrant and rapidly changing community.  
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Population loss and industrial collapse scar cities around the globe.  People in post-industrial, blighted neighborhoods are taking action to make their communities a better place to live.  While transitioning their cities from polluted wastelands to environmentally sustainable communities, these urban heroes tell an international story we all share.
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From Emmy award-winning filmmakers Joe and Harry Gantz, CRISIS CALL 211 is a documentary film that will present a powerful portrait of the effects of America's prolonged economic recession, as well as the impact of billions of dollars in budget cuts to the country's social safety net, from the vantage point of families in crisis who are searching for help.

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Food for 9 Billion is an independently produced feature series for public radio and TV that examines the social, environmental, economic, political, and technical dimensions of humankind's struggle to put food on the table. Production partners are Homelands Productions and the Center for Investigative Reporting; primary outlets are Marketplace and PBS NewsHour. 


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In recognition of the 50th anniversary of the Peace Corps, this hour-long radio documentary will portray experiences of volunteers from every decade, in every region, using audio they recorded while serving. The archive recordings from the field will be complemented by contemporary interviews with the returned Peace Corps volunteers and with historians who've written about the Peace Corps.    
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What’s in the Heart is a documentary film that takes a life-affirming look at remarkable Native American people and their efforts to heal systemic ills that stem from centuries of social injustice and human rights violations caused by the US government onto Tribes.  The film profiles Native American people and their initiatives that are making a positive impact in the health of their communities.

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The Terrors of Basket Weaving is a short film thriller about a woman who becomes possessed after discovering a basket near her beach home.  Based on a short story by Patricia Highsmith, author of The Talented Mr. Ripley.  
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