Loving Lampposts is a feature documentary about autism.
Filmmaker Todd Drezner gives a look inside the world of autism from the prospective of a parent of a child recently diagnosed. Is autism a disease or a different way of being?
Illegal squatters. Anarcist radicals. Devout Christians
Premiered at Hot Docs 2010 Filmmakers David Teague and Greg King explore new meanings of community set against a rapidly gentrifying neighborhood.
Premiered at Full Frame 2010 The people of the Carteret Islands are some of the first human victims of global climate change. Filmmaker Jennifer Redfearn examines how they come to grip with these profound changes.
A 15 year old boy from a small a small rural village in Cambodia dreams of becoming a karaoke star while he struggles to live with arsenic poisoning from his villages water supply. Sundance 2010 winner honorable mention in Short Filmaking
A Family in Bangladesh lives on the edge of a airport runway. With their father abroad looking for work, they face the contrasts of a modern international world, and their primative existence as they struggle with the poverty and islamic fundamentalism that threatens them.
In a quiet Orlando, Florida, suburb three young men struggle to escape the wreckage of their pasts and create new lives for themselves. Their new home is CollegeBoysLive.com, a voyeur webcam house rigged with 32 cameras, where their every move is watched by thousands of paying members.