For more than 30 years, one man has single-handedly taken on a unique challenge: tracking down, archiving and performing all the pieces of music written and composed in the prison camps between 1933 and 1953, from the opening of the first Nazi internment camps to the closing of the last Western Allied POW camps.
Meet the Patels is a romantic comedy-style documentary about an almost 30-year-old Indian-American male facing family complications that first-generation young people confront in finding love and preserving their cultures.
A film by Tamir Elterman, Rina Castelnuovo and Hilla Medalia
Muhi-generally temporary tells the story of a Palestinian child from Gaza, Muhammad (Muhi) El Farrah, son of a Hamas activist wanted in Israel, who was transferred as a baby to Israel for treatment of a life-threatening incurable genetic condition. Israeli physicians believe that returning Muhi to Gaza would be a death sentence, since Gaza's hospitals are on the brink of collapse. Muhi has spent his six years of life in the hospital. It's the story of a child caught up in the endless conflict.
A film by Dr. Norris Chumley and Dr. John McGuckin
The film traces the footsteps of the ancient monks, hermits and sages of the first to twelfth centuries who lived in caves and the first monasteries established in Egypt, Israel, Syria, Greece, Romania and Russia.
Puerto Rican American rapper Hamza Perez ended his life as a drug dealer and moved to Pittsburgh's tough North Side to start a new religious Islamic community, rebuild his shattered family, and take his message of faith to other young people.