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Oriana Zill de Granados and Julia Reynolds discuss challenges in producing “Nuestra Familia, Our Family,” a 2006 documentary exploring gun violence in Salinas, Calif.
A startup gives small-scale producers the tools they need to compete. And business is booming.
Irish filmmaker Risteard O’Domhnaill discusses going behind mainstream media reports to get to the real story of a small Irish village that stood up to the Shell Oil Co.
Oscar nominee James Spione discusses his film about an Army veteran’s life-changing experiences in a U.S. helicopter attack that killed journalists and civilians in 2007.
“Valley of Shadows and Dreams” digs into the harsh truths of farm workers’ daily experiences in California’s Central Valley and the legacies of its politics and bureaucracy.
After an unexpected stop at a remote compound, the soldiers are caught in a firefight with insurgents.
Marshall Curry discusses this part coming-of-age, part cops-and-robbers thriller that questions environmentalism, activism and terrorism.
Afghan women learn to use a water filter and share some opinions about the upcoming departure of Americans troops from Afghanistan.
Despite the Fukushima catastrophe in Japan last March, nuclear power is experiencing a rebirth in the United States.
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