Genres Video, Film & Radio

Red Thread: the prisoner and the painter

Spear, Duston

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Two women of the sixties in their sixties examine the choices that has kept one of them in prison for thirty years and find that they share the invisibility of aging and internment. Based on the poetry of former radical, Judy Clark. Read More

Trust

Spotted Horse Studios

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

On the shores of Lake Superior a coalition of Native and non-native activists are working across state boundaries to protect their treaty rights and the Great Lakes from an expanding hard-rock mining industry. Trust, a documentary film follows them. Read More

Videos about the Women’s Suffrage Movement

Suffrage Wagon News Channel/Marguerite Kearns

Year Grant Awarded: 2011

Videos celebrating women's freedom to vote highlight the story of the 72-year struggle to win the franchise. More than 25 videos on Vimeo and Youtube educate and inspire. We stand on the strong shoulders of our grandmothers and great grandmothers! Read More

Past is Present: Margaret Horn presents “Mohawk Ironworkers”

Tahawus Center

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

“Past is Present” - Margaret Horn, Mohawk from the Kahnawake, Bear Clan, curator of past Tahawus exhibits is also Associate Producer/ Director, and now through Tahawus Center, presents her new documentary, “Mohawk Ironworkers.” Read More

Au Sable Forks Film Series

Tahawus Center, Au Sable Forks, NY

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

In 2015, Tahawus Center began a new collaboration with its next door neighbor, the Hollywood Theater, playing the key role in designing and launching the new film series devoted to cultural, educational, foreign, indie fare. Read More

Modoc

Tedford, Matthew Harrison

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

A rugged, agrarian landscape on the California-Oregon border bears witness to the region’s violent past. This cinematic essay meditates on the landscapes that tell, reinvent, and obscure the history of the nineteenth-century Modoc War. Read More

Neighborhood Revitalization Music Video Project

Tennessee Alliance for Progress/Shelby Bottom String Band

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

Music video of a song, Displacement Blues, by Nashville songwriter/activist Nell Levin. Song dubbed "Nashville's newest social justice anthem" by the Tennessean. Deals with affordable housing crisis in this booming city. Has been shown widely. Read More

The Bearded Lady Project: Challenging the Face of Science

The Bearded Lady Project: Challenging the Face of Science

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

"The Bearded Lady Project" is a documentary film and photographic project celebrating the work of female paleontologists and highlighting the challenges and obstacles they face. Read More

Eco-Heroism

The MY HERO Project

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

MY HERO created a Celebrate ECO-Heroism DVD of inspiring short films about environmental heroes to be used as a companion to the ECO-Heroism Guide PDF. The DVD’s were duplicated and distributed to teachers at education conferences around the world. Read More

Video-Telling Workshop: Health Care Reform

Video-Telling Workshop

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

The workshop is an free video production course available to graduates of the Odyssey Project (http://www.prairie.org/odysseyproject). This year, the participants created two short documentary videos to speak about health care reform. Read More

to top