Documentary Films on The D-Word
Five refugees, five stories. An endless journey through the desert in hope of a better future.
Lavender Hall (in-progress)
Lavender Hall is a frequently funny and occasionally disquieting portrait of a residential care home
Snake Fever (in-progress)
Hand of God (2007)
An Intensely personal and poetic look at Catholic clergy abuse told through a survivor & his family.
Witch City (1997)
Salem Witches, Evangelical Preachers, greed..and business as usual
UXO LAO (in-progress)
The continuing social legacy of the US bombing campaign in Laos during the Vietnam War.
1995 - the anniversary of cinema and the year of deconstruction of the film manufacture
Myth, Might & Murderer. (1998)
The Occult and the Nazi-Regime
Flies & Angels. (2010)
Ilya & Emilia Kabakov - the art of 'total' installation
how a life of an artist and history can be connected as well as love and family can become home
Die Wäscherei / The Laundry (1993)
This laundry near Berlin acts like a microcosmos of the change after the wall was fallen down
bauhaus - modell & mythos (2009)
the well known bauhaus-school remembered by former students
Shelf Life (2009)
Everybody collects something. Raymond "Bones" Bandar collects skulls - 7000 and counting.
Centenarians of Azerbaijan (Working Title) (in-progress)
Directed by Maria Yatskova
Directed by Alan Gilsenan
A cinematic documentary biopic on the last surviving member of The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem
One of the few women in history to take on the Vatican... and win.
Inspiring hope... taking action... saving lives.
The Red Tail (2009)
After losing his job to outsourcing, airline mechanic Roy Koch goes to China to meet his replacement
Video Letters from Prison (2010)
Directed by Milt Lee
A heartwarming story of family and connection between three girls and their dad in prison