On July 18th 1974, freelance photojournalist Peter Angelo Simon, got a loud knock on his hotel room door at 4.30am in the morning. 'Grab your pants and your camera. The Champ is running'. The Champ in question was Muhammad Ali.
Karin is a sage elderly woman who lives a solitary life above the Nicasio Reservoir in California with a herd of Danish Warmbloods. When she suffers a catastrophic break from reality, she looks to her horses for help.
Best known as a New York Times Best-Selling author and mentor to young adults, this short documentary finds Jason in the writer’s room preparing for the release of his next book. Here we catch a rare glimpse of a singular artist and thinker as he traverses the schools and landscapes of modern-day America.
Ballet After Dark tells the story a young woman who found the strength to survive after an attack. She created an organization that is helping sexual abuse and domestic violent survivors find healing after trauma through dance therapy.
Edgecombe County is a predominantly African-American agricultural community in the eastern region of North Carolina. Like many communities in the historic South there are remnants of chattel slavery and monuments to civil rights struggles.
With more gun stores in the US than McDonalds, Starbucks, and supermarkets combined, we head to the ATF’s National Tracing Center which handles roughly 8,000 active traces per day using technology that makes searching a database of gun owners impossible.
Still Plays With Trains captures one man’s passion to share the joy of childhood. By recreating his 10th birthday with a 3000 square foot replica of the old Lackawanna Railroad in his basement, he gives us a nostalgic glimpse of what it was like growing up in the 1950’s.
Betty loves animals, she loves them so much that everyday she puts 30 bowls of food outside of her house to feed them. She feeds skunks, raccoons, cats, foxes and the occasional possum. This is her story.
Vietnam Veterans of America NJ Shore Area Chapter 12's effort to find and identify those unclaimed forgotten cremains of American veterans and their spouses and inter them with full military honors at the NJ Veterans Cemetery.
A story about three brothers growing up in the streets of North Newark where everyday is a struggle to survive. Family unity, strong Christian values and Brotherly Luv help keep these brothers on the straight and narrow.
More than 40 years have passed since the official end of the Vietnam War. For years, many veterans refused to talk about their experience. Now, four Vets that belong to the New Jersey Vietnam Veteran's Memorial have decided to share their stories for the first time.