This officially sanctioned mini-doc explores Bruce's early years and his roots in Freehold, New Jersey, and how the community shaped his work and life. This film was produced as part of the Springsteen 'His Hometown' exhibit at the Monmouth County Historical Association in Freehold.
For this video filmmaker Adam Worth joined Quinn Nystrom, who organized a charter bus to take type 1 diabetics from Minnesota to Canada, where they can purchase insulin at an affordable price - it’s 10 times cheaper there than it is in America. As a type 1 diabetic himself, who was also in need of affordable insulin, Worth decided to bring his camera on the trip. This is his story and the stories of those he travelled with.
NYC-based artist, Russ Johnson, brings forks to life in his graffiti. He uses forks to be critical of our consumer-society, to promote tolerance, to comment on other social issues and to simply be amusing.
The Elmora Troopers, a Little League team from Elizabeth, NJ made it all the way to the World Series using sportsmanship, caring, and community spirit. They caught the attention and love of their city, and eventually the whole nation.
Artist Michael Shaw - also known as "The Kaleidoscope Guy at the Market" - has been selling his unique stained-glass creations at Pike's Place Market in Seattle for 25 years. This 20-minute documentary uses his personal narrative to delve into a deeper dialogue about these fascinating objects and their universal appeal to the human imagination.