How to Die in Oregon

How to Die in Oregon

In 1994, Oregon became the first state to legalize physician-assisted suicide. As a result, any individual whom two physicians diagnose as having less than six months to live can lawfully request a fatal dose of […]

Monica & David

Monica & David

This crowd-pleasing romance about two adults with Down syndrome and the family who supports their relationship “swerves around the mind and goes straight for the heartstrings” (Newsweek).

We Were Here

We Were Here

We Were Here documents the coming of what was called the “Gay Plague” in the early 1980s, focusing on 5 individuals – all of who lived in San Francisco prior to the epidemic. Their lives […]

Hot Coffee

Hot Coffee

You may think you know the case of the woman who sued McDonald’s over spilled coffee. But do you? Susan Saladoff’s eye-opening film tears apart the conventional wisdom about “jackpot justice.”

The Kids Grow Up

The Kids Grow Up

A celebrated documentarian Doug Block (51 Birch Street) turns the camera on his daughter in this exceptionally moving look at modern-day parenting

A Small Act

A Small Act

A testament to the rippling effect of a single act of kindness, A SMALL ACT follows a rural Kenyan student-turned-Harvard-grad as he tracks down the woman whose sponsorship changed his life.

Forgiveness

Forgiveness

From Oscar®-nominated director Helen Whitney, this powerful film explores the act of forgiveness through a wide range of stories, from personal to national, illuminating its power, its limitations and, in some cases, its dangers.

Ingredients

Ingredients

Inspiring and rich, INGREDIENTS unearths the roots of the local food movement and digs into the stories of the world-class chefs, sustainability-minded farmers and impassioned activists transforming our broken food system.

The Human Experience

The Human Experience

We are all searching for answers to the most basic questions: Who are we? Why are we here? Do we really matter? In a world fraught with hostility and violence, an altruistic group of young […]

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