Unfinished Business

On December 7, 1941, Japan bombed Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.The following day, the US declared war on Japan. Two months later, despite the government’s own…

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Troubled Paradise

TROUBLED PARADISE reveals a Hawai’i that mainstream media rarely depicts and most tourists never see. Featuring four stories about Native Hawai’ians, this film is…

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Spirits Rising

SPIRITS RISING is a moving, evocative and timely program about women in the Philippines and their epic journey from pre-colonial priestess to president of…

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Original Child Bomb

The mushroom cloud is a familiar image, but photographic evidence of the enduring harm done to people by nuclear weapons has long been suppressed….

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Meeting at Tule Lake

Among the ten internment camps that imprisoned 120,000 Japanese Americans during World War II, Tule Lake Segregation Center was the site for over 18,000…

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Labor Women

This portrait of three immigrant daughters reveals the new generation that is transforming the American labor movement. Quynh Nguyen is a trilingual organizer who…

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Islands on Fire

Clandestinely filmed after the July 1996 riots in Indonesia, ISLANDS ON FIRE offers a deep look at the underlying internal and external forces that…

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A Grave Matter

A GRAVE MATTER documents the efforts of Native Hawai’ians Kunani and Ipo Nihipali to repatriate what they believe to be their ancestral remains from…

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