The Dark Side of A Pill Category: Documentaries Every tenth grown-up in the Western world is on antidepressants. But the wonder drug has a dark side. Could there be a connection between these prescription drugs and violence?
Mauricio Lim Miller Category: Documentaries Full Frame interviews Mauricio Lim Miller, who founded the Family Independence Initiative in 2001 with a mission to support and accelerate low-income families' efforts to improve their social and economic mobility.
Asian Dreamers in New York Category: Documentaries This special from NHK follows three young Asians in New York City as they each attempt to pursue a life dream. A Tokyo-trained Burmese starts a successful ramen chain, a second-generation Indian American turns basketball analysis into a software venture, and a Japanese publisher creates a unique new fashion magazine.
A Place to Live: The Story of Triangle Square Category: Documentaries What does it mean to be a gay senior citizen trying to survive on limited resources in America? A Place to Live explores this issue by chronicling the construction of Triangle Square Hollywood, the country's first affordable housing faculty for LGBT seniors.
An American Mosque Category: Documentaries An American Mosque follows a group of Muslim farmers in Yuba City, California as they struggle to build their local mosque, only to see it destroyed by arson. This documentary tells a timely story about the importance of upholding our Constitutional right to worship as it imagines a more tolerant America.
Question One Category: Documentaries Question One is an insightful look at one of the most bitterly divisive issues today -- marriage equality. Go behind the scenes of pro and anti same-sex marriage campaigns as they fight for the hearts, minds, and votes of the people of Maine in the historic 2009 marriage referendum election.