Pick of the Litter
Pick of the Litter follows a litter of puppies from in utero until if and when they become Guide Dogs for the Blind.
A PERFECT MATCH
A Perfect Match follows the transformative journey of a vibrant and young multiracial woman living with life-threatening leukemia, whose only hope for survival is a ‘perfect’ bone marrow match from a volunteer donor.
A BAND CALLED FAILURE
"A Band Called Failure” will tell the story of the rise, fall and return of the unsung heroes of 90’s alternative rock: Failure.
GROOMED
A new documentary by director Gwen van de Pas and 2x Oscar winning executive producer Bill Guttentag.
Without Love, It Ain't Much
She was born Sheila Escovedo, but the world knows her as Sheila E., the legendary Latina recording artist and arguably the best female drummer in the world.
CITY LIGHTS
One hell-raising, scrappy little bookstore has survived the changing tides of the publishing world and of the world in general for seven decades.
AMBASSADORS OF HOPE
Feature-length film documenting India’s child laborers
Point of No Return
Soaring at 28,000 feet without a drop of fuel, nothing is predictable. Not the weather, not the technology. And certainly not the fate of a man, alone for five days, in a fragile, first-of-its-kind aircraft with nothing but ocean below.
The Edge of Success
The Edge of Success takes a critical look at high school suicide clusters plaguing the town of Palo Alto, California.

Featured Film

Groomed

“Groomed”: A new documentary by director Gwen van de Pas and 2x Oscar winning executive producer Bill Guttentag.

Guilt. Confusion. Complicity. These were feelings that filmmaker Gwen van de Pas held onto for 20+ years, after being sexually assaulted by her swim coach as a child. What she didn’t realize, was that these feelings were caused by a psychological process called “grooming” that her perpetrator had put her through.

While an estimated 1 in 6 women and 1 in 33 men in the US are survivors of sexual assault, we hold many misconceptions about it. Most importantly, we believe that sexual assault is violently committed by scary-looking strangers. In reality, however, ~80% of sexual assaults are committed by someone known to the victim and involve a psychological process called “grooming”. Grooming is the process of 1) targeting vulnerable victims, 2) building a relationship that makes the victim feel special, 3) ensuring the victim feels complicit in the assault, and 4) therefore invoking feelings of guilt, shame, and hesitation to report.