Genres Video, Film & Radio

Two and Twenty Troubles

Ilyukhin Victor

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

A documentary about performers with disabilities trying to make it in New York City. Read More

Say Grace Before Drowning

Jusu, Nikyatu

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

SGBD 17 mins, HD. After meeting her African Refugee mother for the first time in six years, 8 year old Hawa is forced to coexist with a woman teetering on the brink of insanity. Read More

‘White: A Memoir in Color’

Katz, Joel

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

WHITE: A MEMOIR IN COLOR, a personal film about what it means to be white in America, tells an emotional multi-generational story about my (white) family encompassing immigration, assimilation, idealism, disillusionment, and ultimately an adoption. Read More

PUBLIC HEARING

Kienitz Wilkins, James N.

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

A public hearing in close-up. Read More

Dostoevsky Behind Bars

Kornblatt, Marc

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Prison inmates and university graduate students come together to discuss literary texts and creative writing, sharing moments of grace within a penitentary. Read More

Goldblooded

Kozel, Sam

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

A man discovers he has gold particles in his blood and goes through extensive lengths to extract it but also hide his gift. Read More

Negative Space

Kuwahata, Ru & Porter, Max

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

“Negative Space" is a short, animated film that tells a story about a father-and-son relationship through the act of packing a suitcase. Based on a 150 word short story by Ron Koertge, our adaptation will be realized as a 4-min film. Read More

The Long Ride

Lapin Ganley, Valerie

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

The Long Ride is a timely documentary film about the birth of the new Civil Rights Movement for immigrant workers. Read More

Living Stories

Lenk, Waylon

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Living Stories is an exploration of an ongoing dialogue of how we as indigenous people can adapt to a radically changed world while still holding true to our identities as Native people. Read More

A Life’s Work

Licata, David

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

A LIFE’S WORK is about four people engaged with projects they will not complete in their lifetimes, projects that could have a positive, profound, global impact. It is a meditation on passion, commitment, deep time, and long-term thinking, something that needs to be embraced now more than ever. Read More

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