Let All the Stories Be Told

Let All the Stories Be Told follows a group of theater artists from the beginning stages of a work -- based on the 1978 mass murder/suicide by members of the Peoples Temple in Jonestown, Guyana -- to opening night at the Berkeley Repertory Theater.


Art and Life

An extraordinary foray into the many worlds of renowned artist, opera/theater director, activist and professor Peter Sellars, Art and Life: Finding the Thread offers a unique perspective on the human experience.


No Sweat

No Sweat features two, young companies committed to creating "sweat-shop-free" clothing in an industry notorious for its exploitation of mostly poor, immigrant women.


A Home on the Range

Jack London, California vigilantes, McCarthyism, the Cold War and agribusiness come to life in A Home on the Range: The Jewish Chicken Ranchers of Petaluma, a quintessentially American story of how a community of immigrants found a new home in California.


Fruit of Labor

Fruit of Labor shows the important role that street vendors play in preserving a vibrant cultural tradition in the Fruitvale district of Oakland.


Counting Sheep

Counting Sheep chronicles the struggle for survival of the wild Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep, a majestic emblem of American wilderness.

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