Plagues and Pleasures explores the economic, political and environmental issues that face the Salton Sea, a one-time vacation destination for the rich and famous now occupied by an eccentric and individualistic populace.
At once quirky and colorful, heartbreaking and redemptive, Gumby Dharma takes us on a journey through the life and career of spiritual seeker Art Clokey, whose famous characters, Gumby and Pokey, and Davy and Goliath, echoed the spiritual path of their creator.
Piece by Piece documents the history of San Francisco's controversial graffiti art movement, with a fast-paced journey into the world of San Francisco street art, as seen through the eye of the artists.
Freeway Philharmonic captures the dedication, perseverance, and rigorous life of seven San Francisco Bay Area freelance classical musicians as they perform with regional orchestras across Northern California.
Pikyáv is a poetic film chronicling the Northern California Karuk Tribe's efforts to regain their cultural identity and to resume their historical role as caretakers of their ancestral homelands, the fertile watershed of the Klamath River.
Following Sean chronicles filmmaker Ralph Arlyck's return to San Francisco in search of Sean, a sincere 4-year-old when Arlyck first met and filmed the boy thirty years ago, and to discover what kind of adult the precocious child has grown into.
Grandma Has a Video Camera is a personal documentary of one family's parallel journey over 13 years, showing their immigrant lives in the U.S. and how they maintain connections to their Brazilian homeland.