by Robbie Leppzer Robbie Leppzer From the environmental protests of the 1970s, to the growing global peace, social justice and environmental movements of the new millennium, I have been documenting
Willow O'Feral's film Break the Silence is an intersectional, inclusive portrait of 18 women's lived experiences in regards to sexual and reproductive health.
We are both filmmakers from different parts of the world who periodically come together to collaborate. Currently, we are both filmmakers in residence at Johns Hopkins University, developing an online archive of our film, Not in My Neighbourhood.
We are the filmmaking team who created In the Executioner’s Shadow. Maggie has been making documentary films on environmental and social issues for over 30 years.
Meet Harleen Singh, an award winning documentary filmmaker committed to telling stories that inspire viewers to look beyond their limitations and achieve their goals.
I'm a documentary filmmaker and video journalist interested in shedding light on touchstone issues through intimate storytelling. The Sandman is a short documentary that profiles the doctor leading Georgia's lethal injection team.
My name is Joel Fendelman, and I'm an independent filmmaker who strives to embrace socially conscious stories that deal with religion, social class, and race.