Three Muslim chaplains aim to make change in one of America’s most powerful institutions—the military. For them, the fight for equality and religious freedom begins on the inside.
With global population at an extreme high, federal fertility lotteries now determine who can and can’t reproduce.
Mo Perkins received a master’s degree in directing at UCLA’s School of Film and Television. In 2008, she completed her writer/directorial debut feature, A Quiet Little Marriage, which won a Grand Jury Award at Slamdance, the Audience Award at the Austin Film Festival, and was picked up for distribution by IFC. She has directed several short films and has… Show more written many feature scripts, including "The Widower" and "The Summer We Drowned," which was selected for the 2008 Film Independent directors labs. Show less
Eli Akira Kaufman completed his MFA in directing at the UCLA School of Film and Television. He has written and directed several films, including Birthday Haiku and Winning the Peace for Showtime, which was the winner of the drama category in the Ovation Short Film Contest. Kaufman also directed live theater for the Francis Ford Coppola One Act Play Festival… Show more and also received a Student Emmy for his thesis film, California King. He writes and directs for GOOD.is. Show less