Part of a larger campaign to raise awareness on the burning issue of immigration, “Salam Neighbor” isn’t just a beautifully crafted story. It’s one of the most important documentations of displacement ever made, directly inspiring people to take action.
Documentary filmmaker Marilyn Agrelo chronicles the lives of several New York City schoolchildren as they get ready for a dancing competition sponsored by the nonprofit group American Ballroom Theater.
In a small seaside town in California on October 12, 2008, 14-year-old Brandon shot his schoolmate Larry twice in the head. Larry was a small boy who liked to dress in women’s clothes and was partial to make-up.
Nancy is a 13-year-old choir singer; Rose is a 14-year-old dancer; and Dominic is a 14-year-old xylophone player. They are members of the Acholi ethnic group, living in the remote northern Uganda refugee camp of Patongo, which is under military protection by a terrorist group.
How many school fights can you brush off , pretending it's just kids fooling around? Over 13 million American kids a year are bullied at school, online, on the bus, at home, through their cell phones and on the streets of their towns, making it the most common form of violence young people experience
Rocky Braat was just another American tourist looking for enlightenment in India. But as he was wandering around, he discovered a hospice for children with HIV in a small village that would change his life forever.
What has led Werner Herzog to Antarctica? On his trip to the end of the world, the famed German director encounters a linguist/philosopher, an ex-banker who's now a bus driver and an eternal traveler who likes to entertain the crowds by contorting her body into a travel bag.