Football and feminism collide in this feature documentary that follows two former NFL cheerleaders who file class-action lawsuits against their teams and the league alleging wage theft and illegal employment practices.
In Texas, construction workers face the deadliest conditions in the country. Building the American Dream follows three immigrant families who are rising up to seek justice and equality in an industry rife with exploitation.
If pleasure was just the push of a button away, would you push it? This film explores how the burgeoning technology of Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) will impact human identity and our sense of self.
This documentary follows a family of mudding enthusiasts as the last mudhole in Orlando, Florida goes up in flames and they are forced to reconsider their way of life in a city that doesn’t have room for them anymore.
With its overt innuendo, leather bars, and a show-stopping dance number, 1985's A Nightmare on Elm Street 2 has been called “the gayest horror movie ever made.” This film tells the story of its then-closeted star Mark Patton, the tragic turn his life took during the homophobic Reagan-era '80s, and his unexpected resurgence.
The story of how hip-hop changed fashion, leading to the stratospheric and global rise of street wear. It is a journey of African-American creativity, the politics of fashion and the limitless possibilities of a cultural movement.
Albuquerque’s Rusty Tidenberg - auto mechanic and drag-racing aficionado - shocked friends and family by coming out as trans. Followed for eight years by the filmmaker, Rusty guides us through the aftermath of her transition.