200 Miles is the story of Chappaqua ultra-marathoner and multiple myeloma advocate, Eric Gelber, who attempts to complete a record 200 miles around New York’s Central Park to raise awareness and $1 million dollars for the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF).



Director – Sam Bathrick

World Premiere – 2017 Tribeca Film Festival

Kerri Walsh Jennings: Gold Within

Documents the journey of three-time Olympic gold medalist Kerri Walsh Jennings as she balances motherhood, recovering from her fifth shoulder surgery, and qualifying for her fifth Olympic Games with new partner April Ross.



Director – Gabe Spitzer

World Premiere – NBC  July 31, 2016

Angel of Nanjing

 The Yangtze River Bridge in Nanjing is one of the most famous bridges in China. It is also the most popular place in the world to commit suicide. For the past 11 years Chen Si has been patrolling this bridge, looking to provide aid for those who’ve gone there to end their lives. Incredibly, he has saved over 300 people since he began – nearly one every two weeks.


Directors- Jordan Horowitz, Frank Ferendo


Fair Chase

Inspired by the book Born to Run, ten distance runners from around the world attempt to chase down the fastest animal in North America and prove that running was the first human weapon and the key to our survival.


Directors- Alex Cullen, Emma Tammi

Where it’s at – World Premiere Santa Barbara International Film Festival, 2015

Available on Amazon, Itunes, Netflix and Vimeo


I Learn America


At the International High School at Lafayette, a Brooklyn public high school dedicated to newly arrived immigrants from all over the world, five teenagers strive to master English, adapt to families they haven’t seen in years, and create a future of their own while coming of age in a new land.


Directors – Gitte Peng, Jean Michelle Dissard

Where it’s at – World Premiere AFI Docs

Al Jaazeer Presents I Learn America



Sister is an intimate portrait of the global crisis – maternal and newborn mortality. We’re on the ground with maternal health care workers in Ethiopia, Cambodia and Haiti, where there are no policy makers, no four-wheel drive vehicles and no blood banks.


Director – Brenda Davis

Where it’s at – World Premiere  2012 Montreal World Film Festival, 2011 IFP Lab Fellowship

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