In Maine, a group of Native and non-Native leaders came together to address the abuses suffered by Native children in the child welfare system.
A family's pursuit of the American dream is tested by its hard-working, religious mother and her two "employment-challenged" grown children.
Be Good, My Children is a low budget experimental narrative about a Korean immigrant family in New York. Judy is a culturally assimilated young woman who aspires to become an actress despite her mother's disapproval. Her determination is encouraged by a fantasy character named "Mae East."