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My Last Story

A poignant personal journey through the experiences of two young Arab women, My Last Story reflects on representation, loss, and the relationship between storyteller and subject, all the while giving voice to their individual truths.

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The Desert

Years after the closure of a major public hospital in the Bay Area, patients, first responders and care providers must navigate a hospital desert and adapt to the limited options, longer distances, and backlogged systems of care.

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Bad Cop Shuffle

“The Bad Cop Shuffle” is a process whereby officers with misconduct, excessive force, or other disciplinary issues will leave one department after either being terminated or resigning and move to another law enforcement agency, continuing their pattern.

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Out in West Texas: A Story of Love & Transition

Tommie grew up in Odessa, a city in the heart of Texas oil country. Tommie made a living in the oilfields, from a roughneck on an oil rig to an office job with a major oil company. In 2016, at 63 years old, Tommie came out as a transgender woman to her wife of 42…

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Fire Regimes

Suppressed for centuries, the Yurok and Karuk tribes in the Klamath River Valley of Northern California are revitalizing cultural burning practices. Their knowledge could provide a solution to the state’s growing wildfire problem.

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Forever Dangerous

Michael St. Martin was nearing the end of 10 years in California prisons for crimes of pedophilia. But instead of being released, he was psychologically evaluated and determined to be a high risk to reoffend. He was transferred to a state hospital, where he has remained for the last seventeen years.

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Brewed in Palestine

An intimate portrait of the Taybeh Brewery in Palestine, the first craft brewery on the West Bank, that reveals the daily realities of one resourceful Palestinian family living and working under Israeli occupation.

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All That Remains

A year after deadly wildfires ravaged Northern California’s Wine Country, its vulnerable population of farmworkers, many of them undocumented, find themselves in a heightened state of insecurity and inequality.

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Returning Home

Few can escape the holiday season. For some, it’s a source of great pleasure, for others, it’s a source of great pain. Returning Home takes you on an unexpected holiday journey into the filmmaker’s family, the domestic traditions of Christmas and the significance behind this annual pilgrimage home.

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