“Moma’e jarã kõ jikuwaê’ã kõ” (The Owners We Can’t See)
A video about the Wajãpi culture’s respect for nature.
Aravani Art Project – Empowering Women and Trans-Women through Art
An artist collective in India that works to create consciousness and well being through art.
Around the Same Table
A story about the importance of sustainable farming and the community it brings together.
A video about how one community is working to address the crisis affecting their oceans and beaches.
Better World 2030
An AR experience to help us visualize a world in which the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have already been achieved.
Borderline: Crossing the Border, Reaching the Dream
A story about the experience of a first-generation American.
Cipó de Jabuti – Amazon riverine stories
A virtual reality mini documentary entirely filmed in the Amazon rainforest.
A video poem intended to immerse the audience in Fifth Ward (a super-neighborhood in Houston, TX), and challenge simplistic thinking about the area.
Decolonize Your Eyes
We seek to decolonize narratives about the favela and communities of Rio de Janeiro through the stories of its residents.
A documentary about a woman named Francisca who inspires her community of Terra do Sol in Brasil.
A dramatic enactment of gender discrimination, portrayed through the story of a young girl pursuing her dreams despite the discouragement of those around her.
Gentrification in the Bay Area
A film about gentrification and displacement in the San Francisco Bay Area.
A student shares his experience at his after school youth boxing gym, where he learns discipline, dedication and sportsmanship.
A mini-series and AR app that visualizes the incredible data related to our abuse of the planet, putting a picture to the numbers.
An experience about how only those who have an internet connection are able to attend remote schooling and advocating for the right to education for all students.
Lack of View
A video about how people sometimes only see what they want to see, despite a lack of adequate housing worldwide.
Leave No One Behind
Music, voices, and visuals combine in a piece about what can be achieved beyond isolation and the pandemic, from the perspectives of young people, and with hope for the future.
Life at Lincoln High School
A story about Lincoln High School and its unique culture, diversity, and opportunities.
A short documentary about Lollapallango, a culture, sports, and technology event hosted for children living in Santo Amaro, a neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro.
Mexico 360°: In the Eyes of the Youth
A compilation of stories from friends, family and neighbors taking action for the SDGs.
Raised by Charlottesville
An exploration of a community through the past and present-day eyes of a young woman.
Ribeirinhos – The struggle of a people
Students document the daily struggles faced by people living on the river banks across from Breves, Brazil.
School Has One Syllable
A short film documenting the gravity that relationships have in the context of education and schooling.
Step into the shoes of a young photographer who is passionate about sharing underrepresented stories in his neighborhood.
Someone Else’s Shoes
Learn about a caring community full of open-hearted individuals looking to change the world.
The Farm Cops – For a Hunger Free Society
A profile of activities at a school farm aimed at equipping students to be farming ambassadors who can bring lifelong skills to their own communities.
The Forgotten Ones
An immersive narrative that places viewers into the largest dumpsite in Eastern Africa, told from the perspective of the dumpsite itself.
We drove a mile, across Troost Avenue in Kansas City to demonstrate the income inequality and the difference a mile can make.
Tu Prejuicio, Mi Identidad (Your Prejudice, My Identity)
A video showing how the gaze or opinion of others can make individuals feel oppressed and judged for their gender or identity.
Views of Oakland
Students give a tour of their school and share special places around Oakland, including a street art fair where graffiti artists can share their work.