The "Grandmothers" come from around the world - Africa, Asia, the Arctic Circle, and North, South and Central America. They are shamans, medicine women, prayer people, and the respected elders of their tribes.
A film by Andrew Jacobs, Matt Lavine, Kelly Sheehan and Albert Maysles
Four Seasons Lodge focuses on 100 Polish, Russian and Hungarian Jews who survived the Holocaust and, in 1979, bought 44 acres of land in the Catskills. There they created a refuge, a bungalow colony with communal buildings.
Hiding and Seeking follows Menachem Daum's quest to fight his sons' growing religious intolerance. They travel to Poland, where Daum introduces his sons to the Catholic family that risked their lives to save his father-in-law during the Holocaust.
A film by Parvez Sharma produced by Sandi DuBowski
A Jihad for Love brings to light the hidden lives of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Muslims, and goes where the silence has been loudest, to countries such as Saudi Arabia, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan and Egypt.
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.