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.
Europe: Dream and Reality? Category: Documentaries Europe may have survived its economic crisis, but where does it stand now? Is it still a reference point for emerging economies or has it lost its attractiveness? Can the European dream survive global competition?
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.
Mother: Caring for 7 Billion Category: Documentaries Mother: Caring for 7 Billion breaks a 40-year taboo by bringing to light an issue that silently fuels our most pressing environmental, humanitarian, and social crises -- exponential population growth.
Downeast Category: Documentaries To rescue a rural Maine community from the unemployment line, a Boston businessman hatches a plan to reopen a local plant as a lobster-packing facility. It seems like the perfect solution, until local politics get in the way.
In Focus: Return to Poverty Category: News & Current Affairs For a long time, it seemed that poverty in Western Europe was a thing of the past. But now it's back with a vengeance in the wake of the economic downturn and the "restructuring" of the welfare state.
School of My Dreams Category: Documentaries School of My Dreams paints an engaging portrait of students of Daraja Academy, a free Kenyan boarding school for exceptional girls living in poverty.
Girls of Daraja Category: Documentaries A film about Daraja Academy, a boarding secondary school for Kenyan girls with top academic scores and exceptional leadership skills but no means to continue their education.