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Hummingbird

USA | 2013 | 6 minutes | Tracy Rector

The hummingbird dives and darts with great agility, representing fertility and joy. Huitzilopochtli is an expression of willpower, strength and survival carried forward through dance.

I Am What I Eat

USA | 2012 | 12 minutes | Erik Shirai

Irish Folk Furniture

Ireland | 2012 | 9 minutes | Tony Donoghue

In this animated documentary, 16 pieces of abandoned folk furniture are restored and brought to life.

Lollywood

Liberia | 2012 | 10 minutes | Todd Looby

Edwin G Kollie, a 15 year old Liberian war orphan and honor student, always wanted to make a Nollywood movie. So one day he wrote a script, cast the 30 actors needed and in just 3 hours he and his fellow students built an entire African village.

Miseducation

South Africa | 2012 | 5 minutes | Nadine Cloete

Kelina shares her world on her daily trip to school in a challenging township around Cape Town, South Africa.

My Favorite Picture of You

USA | 2013 | 3 minutes | T.J. Martin

A short film by documentary Oscar-winners T.J. Martin and Dan Lindsay about Martin’s grandparents, told through a lifetime of family photos and an audio interview, encapsulating youth, old age, and everything in between.

Net Worth

USA | 2013 | 10 minutes | Lane Stroud

Four local businesswomen and former season ticket holders joined forces and became a model of independent ownership in the WNBA on and off the court. As two time national champions, they are the winningest team in Seattle history. This is a story of investment, endurance and leadership—a community that saved itself.

Nude Photos!

USA | 2012 | 9 minutes | Joann Self Selvidge

In 1971, Murray Riss curated a contemporary photography show at the Memphis Academy of Arts, sparking a city-wide controversy and kidnapping scandal.

On His Own Two Feet

Russia | 2012 | 33 | Natasha Shaginian-Needham, Vailiy Arkanov

Born without legs and abandoned in an orphanage, Sasha Shulchey's life looked bleak, until he met Natasha Shaginian-Needham, founder of Happy Families International Center, changing both their lives forever. 

A Quest For Peace: Nonviolence Among Religions

USA | 2012 | 10 minutes | Matthew Evans

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A passionate a look at one of the most pressing issues in our modern society: violence among religions.

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