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  • Banksy and the Rise of Outlaw Art
    Banksy, the world’s most infamous street artist, whose political art, criminal stunts, and daring invasions outraged the establishment and created a revolutionary new movement while his identity remained shrouded in mystery.
    STARRING: Ben Eine (world-famous artist), Steve Lazarides (Banksy’s former right-hand man), John Nation (graffiti pioneer), Felix 'FLX' Braun (author & artist), Risk (renowned street artist), Ket (author & artist), Scape (author & artist), Will Ellsworth-Jones (Banksy biographer), Richard Jones (author & publisher), Simon Reynolds (pop-culture author), Claire De Dobay Rifelj (art historian)
    DIRECTED BY: Elio Espana
    PRODUCED BY: Elio Espana, Tom O'Dell
  • Accidental Climber
    Summiting Mount Everest is a grueling and dangerous endeavor, known to torture the mind, body, and soul of those who even dare. When a 68-year-old great grandfather attempts this feat, what ensued was the worst disaster in mountaineering history.
    STARRING: Jim Geiger
    DIRECTED BY: Steven Oritt
    PRODUCED BY: Corey Bobker, Erit Yellen, John Nguyen
  • Color of Medicine, The: The Story of Homer G. Phillips Hospital
    The rise and fall of what would become the number one African-American hospital in the world. Located in St. Louis, Missouri, Homer G. Phillips Hospital provided state-of-the-art medical training to over two-thirds of all African-American physicians and nurses in the US and abroad from 1937 to 1979.  While its founder was mysteriously killed, the hospital in his name thrived during the most turbulent of segregated times, allowing so many people of color to achieve greatness for the benefit of humankind.
    STARRING: Dr. Homer G. Phillips (Activist), Dr. Earle U. Robinson Jr. (Father 1st graduating class), Rebecca Robinson (Grandfather and Father trained at hospital), Dr. LaSalle Doheny Laffal Jr. (First Black President of the American Cancer Society)
    DIRECTED BY: Brian Shackelford , Joyce Fitzpatrick
    PRODUCED BY: Brian Shackelford , Joyce Fitzpatrick
  • Gatsby in Connecticut: The Untold Story
    The summer Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald met a mystery millionaire who threw extravagant parties inspired one of the world’s most beloved novels: The Great Gatsby. Discover the untold story of the real-life Jay Gatsby himself
    STARRING: Sam Waterston (Grace & Frankie), Bobbie Lanahan (Granddaughter of Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald), Charles Scribner III (Fitzgerald’s publisher), Barbara Probst Solomon (New Yorker author)
    DIRECTED BY: Robert Steven Williams
    PRODUCED BY: Robert Steven Williams
  • Manson: Music From an Unsound Mind
    The untold story of Charles Manson’s obsession to become a rock star, his rise in the LA music scene, the celebrities who championed his music including the Beach Boys’ Dennis Wilson and his descent into violence once his dreams fell apart.
    STARRING: Featuring interviews with Dianne Lake (former Manson Family member), Gregg Jakobson (Dennis Wilson’s song-writing partner), Phil Kaufman (Manson’s fellow inmate and producer) Stephen Desper (Beach Boys' producer,) and Ernie Knapp (The Milky Way guitarist).
    DIRECTED BY: Tom O'Dell
    PRODUCED BY: Elio Espana, Tom O'Dell
  • Long Gone Wild
    The killer whale is once again under siege, hunted for sale into the exploding marine theme park industry. An in-depth look at the case against captivity, the Whale Sanctuary Project, and covert missions in search of orcas held captive.
    DIRECTED BY: Bill Neal
    PRODUCED BY: Bill Neal, Rachel Weil
  • Living In The Future's Past
    Jeff Bridges shares the screen with scientists and profound thinkers going beyond politics and borders to look under the hood of humanity, revealing eye-opening concepts about ourselves and our past, providing the keys to a better future.
    STARRING: Hosted by Jeff Bridges, Features interviews with Dr. Piers Sellers (Director of the Earth Science Division at NASA, Meteorologist and Astronaut), Wesley Clark (General, US Army (ret.), former NATO Supreme Allied Commander), Oren Lyons (Environmental activist and Professor of American Studies), Dr. Timothy Morton (Philosopher and Author,’Humankind’ and ‘Dark Ecology’ , Rice University, Texas), Bob Inglis (Former (R) Congressman, South Carolina, Founder Enterprise and Energy Initiative), Dr. Rich Pancost (Professor of Biogeochemistry, Director of the Cabot Institute, University of Bristol, UK), Dr. Ruth Gates (Marine Biologist, Director, Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawaii at Manoa), Dr. Renee Lertzman (Behavioural Psychologist, Author, ‘Environmental Melancholia’), Dr. Leonard Mlodinow (Physicist and Author, ‘The Upright Thinkers’), Dr. Bruce Hood (Professor of Developmental Psychology, University of Bristol UK, Author, ‘The Self Illusion’), Dr. Mark Plotkin (Ethnobotanist, Amazon Conservation Team President), Dr. Thomas Metzinger (Professor of Theoretical Philosophy, Author, ‘The Ego Tunnel’, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany)
    DIRECTED BY: Susan Kucera
    PRODUCED BY: Jeff Bridges
  • Teslafy Me
    Nikola Tesla kicked off the industrial revolution by pioneering the ideas behind electric energy and wireless communication. Though generally uncredited for his inventions, his ideas still continue to shape our future and technology.
    STARRING: William Terbo (NASA Engineer, Tesla’s great-nephew), Branko Terzič (Senior Fellow, Global Energy Center), Leonardo DiCaprio (actor, environmentalist), Marina Abramovic (artist, writer, filmmaker), Gramatik (composer, producer, DJ)
    DIRECTED BY: Janja Glogovac
    PRODUCED BY: Janja Glogovac
    
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