January 2010: In the “buckle of the Bible Belt,” ten churches burn to the ground in just over a month, igniting the largest criminal investigation in East Texas history.
When filmmaker Lacey Schwartz's parents split apart, she begins to piece together the mystery of how a white girl could have such dark skin, and learns the truth about her biological father.
Rich Hill follows three boys as they struggle with broken families and lack of opportunity.
How bullying affects five American kids and their families, and different ways adults respond.
The story of how an annual mass migration of workers in China fractures one family.
Twin girls, separated as infants in China, grow up 5,000 miles apart but share a special bond.
A former jihadist supports his family collecting cardboard as the war on terror rages on in Jordan.
A man escapes his own life to to serve a rural Korean community cut off from modern world.
Filmmaker returns to the scene of the crime to explore why he became a bank robber as a teenager.
An Israeli filmmaker explores his family’s dramatic experiences in Iran in the late ‘70s.
Lives of 5 Russians spanning from Soviet childhoods to fall of USSR and into the new Russia.
Two young women take very different paths to help keep their family out of poverty in China.
Filmmaker Christen Marquez returns to Hawai'i to reconnect with her culture and her mother.
Meet Jiro Ono, owner and meticulous chef of a tiny Tokyo sushi restaurant.
In gaining a family, 13 year old Weynsht mus leave behind everything she has ever know.
Meet a man who finds fake family members for clients who have something to hide.
Is it worse to be born poor than to die poor?
The challenges faced by the citizens of Janesville are mirrored by the nation.
Olga Nenya fosters biracial children in the heart of the Ukraine.
Ten years in the life of an Afghani boy.
A filmmaker traces the fate of Argentina's disappeared.
Follow the precarious existence of one Palestinian family in Israel.
Follow the complex and intimate relationship between an Indian filmmaker and her maid.
Stigmatized and shunned, Filipino Amerasians seek legitimization.
Meet the Ponce family circus.
Tibetan nomads inhabit the crossroads between old and new.
What does it mean to lead men in war? What does it mean to come home?
In a family of artists, Francesca Woodman burned the brightest and burnt out the fastest.
A far-flung group of siblings find each other and their father, known only as Donor 150.
Jessie Little Doe Baird, a Wampanoag linguist, helps her tribe revive its mother tongue.