In this video extra, learn more about the story of Clela Rorex, former County Clerk in Boulder, CO, who in 1975 helped change history by becoming the first in the United States to approve a marriage license for gay couples.
At the end of the film “High Tech, Low Life,” viewers learn that the provocative and outspoken Chinese blogger “Zola” is leaving mainland China. This short is a follow-up to the film and tells the story of how he met his new wife and the difficulties he e
Producer/director Carol Bash asked jazz musicians to describe Mary Lou Williams in one word.
Animated short in which a member of an Ecuadorian Amazon tribe recalls his journey to USA as a boy.
Archival footage shows the experiences of Israelis in Iran before and after the revolution.
Ethnic tensions on a Chinese baseball team surface between Han-majority and Uighur-minority players.
A young Mosuo woman finds herself caught between her boyfriend’s family’s wishes and her own.
After the passage of Prop. 8, the fight for marriage equality continued.
Singer Tonéx explains the gospel community’s response when he revealed he was gay.
Restoring Turkey Creek from the toxic legacy left by creosote contamination is a future challenge.
The Namesake Project is an online project created to collect interesting name stories from around the world.
The founder of HeavyWeight Yoga leads a class.
One woman describes a side effect of bypass surgery: excess skin.
Ragen Chastain produces the MORE Cabaret show and blogs about self-esteem and body issues.
A weight-loss surgery support group discusses "changes in attitude and changes in latitude."
David Sutherland on the "magic" of filmmaking.
Rudy Peña reflects on a surprising divide within the Latino community.
The filmmaker explores how Chinese immigrants are perceived by both white and Asian Americans.
Two Worlds: a closer look at the lost dream
A bittersweet farewell to the Pine Ridge Reservation.
Hear from the film's composer.
Dancers from Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company perform a piece inspired by the film.
Vedastus, Alphonse, and Alfred, Tanzanians living with Albinism describe the hardships they face.
Masasa, Paschal, Mussa, and Miyango have suffered both physical and psychological scars.
Filmmaker David Osit on the making of his film.
Discover what has happened in Paco's case since filming ended.
For some, the tradition of seed saving is as important as preserving family histories.
Filmmaker Sasha Friedlander returns to check in on the miners.
Filmmaker Deepa Dhanraj on the making of her film.
Go behind the scenes with filmmaker Ritu Sarin.