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A feature-length documentary on the Maine Troop Greeters in Bangor, Maine. The film profiles the sacrifices made in this small town as they greet the soldiers and marines who pass through their tiny airport. Contact us for updates on the film and hear what the media is saying about it.


Also, visit The Maine Troop Greeters for more information on the troop greeters of Bangor, Maine



INDIA: A NEW LIFE

Watch the film on Frontline World....
PBS-FRONTLINE WORLD

This is a profile of a Salesian priest in Vijayawada, India who has dedicated his life to helping street children. Since 1989, Father Thomas Koshy has rescued 25,000 street children. Many have gone on to colleges and universities or learned a trade to make an honest living. This film highlights the work of Father Koshy and shows what life is like for children living on the streets.


OUCH!

OUCH

Official Selection 2005 South Asian International Film Festival
Official Selection 2005 Waterfront Film Festival Selection
Winner of the the Audience Award in the Indo-American Online Short Film Festival (garnering the most online votes and views of any film in competition)

This short documentary film beautifully shows the art form of threading which has been passed down through generations of families in the Middle East and South Asia.

Watch the film on YouTube!


BLUR

Blur

A short fictional film about one man's fear of the unknown.
Featuring original music from the band Carrigan



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THE WOMEN OF BARDA

“The Women of Barda” is a story about Muslim, Bedouin women in the Wadi Rum desert of Jordan, trying to make a living for their families.


Barda Woman
A Muslim woman leaves
her worksite in the Wadi
Run desert.


THE ELEPHANT BATH

This short film captures the morning bath ritual between the elephant trainer and the elephant. Watch as their relationship unfolds as they turn and dance their way around each other.


TO SERVE AND PROTECT


By day, Dan Anderson is draped in a pastor’s robe spreading the word of God as a Presbyterian pastor. By night, he’s dressed in blue, patrolling the streets as a police officer. He’s the pistol packing Presbyterian preacher out on a mission.


DIARY OF A REFUGEE

Diary of A Refugee
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This film attempts to preserve the stories of 1948 Palestinian refugees living in UNRWA camps in Jordan. Their escape from Palestine, their struggles in these poverty-filled camps, and now their battle with old age is all told through the eyes of a radio journalist hoping to document their stories for future generations.