(For Anthropology & Cultural Studies Programs) Stories That Make a Difference is a package of two documentaries from Harts in Media: Master of Puppets and Magic In Our Hands.
MAGIC IN OUR HANDS (2014)
Viewed from the perspective of a developing nation, we engage in the daily life of Padmini...Read More
A Glocal Films production directed & produced by Alexis Wood, How Long is Indefinite?’ is the first documentary to expose detention without a time limit being exercised on thousands of immigrants in Britain every day. This film follows the lives of three people caught in immigration limbo at the hands of...Read More
This documentary focuses on middle and high school students and tackles the effects of Cyberbullying, ranging from homophobia to self-harm. In the face of fear, ignorance and the threat of cyberbullying as a national epidemic, this film offers hope and compassion to students, parents and educators.
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FABIAN DEBORA: A LIFE FOR ART (2014)
Fabian Debora, A Life for Art tells the transformative story of East Los Angeles painter Fabian Debora and how a spiritual encounter with a near death experience awakened him from the darkness of gang life, incarceration and drug addiction. Art became the main foundation...Read More
Lupus is an autoimmune disease that affects about 1.5 million Americans, including the producer's mother. Jamari Perry's mom has had Lupus for over 30 years. She has only known her with Lupus.The film follows her and my family, as well as two other families struggling with Lupus. One of these...Read More
The resilience and courage of a young man whose traumatic childhood caused him to go blind compels filmmaker Caisy Lun on a painful and rewarding journey of personal healing and growth, which begins with finally confronting her father about their relationship.
(21 Mins DVD & VOD Price $219.95 S&H $8.99)Read More