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Wilson Bickford is an internationally-known artist and instructor, who has been conducting painting workshops for over 20 years. Primarily a self-taught artist, his easy-going style has earned him thousands of satisfied students, thus proving his philosophy that “ANYONE can learn to paint”.

‘Warrior Lawyers’ examines contemporary Native American Nation rebuilding through the personal stories of Native Attorneys, Tribal Judges and their colleagues. The documentary provides an overview of the major historical, legal, judicial and intertwining social issues shaping many Federally Recognized Native Nations today as well as reveals how culture and traditional values are effectively being utilized to face challenges and promote Sacred Justice.

Native Report, an entertaining and informative series that celebrates Native American culture and heritage, listens to tribal elders and talks to some of the most powerful and influential leaders in Indian Country today.

UnRepresented is an award-winning documentary that reveals the driving forces behind the cycle of corruption in Congress. The film explores how special interests bankroll political campaigns and relentlessly lobby to rig the system in their favor, all while following the letter of the law. Featuring leaders and luminaries, the film also highlights powerful reform efforts gaining traction to restore a government that better serves the people.

Canada Files is a weekly, half-hour interview program consisting of one-on-one interviews with Canada’s most prominent and successful people. The interview guests will be Canadian, but many of whom may also be resident in the US, and well known to American audiences.

"Expect A Miracle," tells the story of a home that gave gay men a place to die from AIDS with dignity and love after they had been rejected by their friends and families.

If a single figure skater is a marvel, a team of figure skaters is practically a miracle. Welcome to the beautiful, cold, hard world of synchronized ice skating - the toughest sport you’ve never heard of.

In Buffalo, New York a research team is studying the dreams of dying patients. By asking a single question “Are you dreaming?”, they are completely re framing the dying process. End of life experiences are intrinsic to the process of dying. film establishes why dying is relevant, what the dying process really entails, and why dying has been misunderstood for so long.

Martin Sheen presents the epic true story of the daring, controversial and decades-ahead-of-his-time World Citizen #1, Garry Davis. Danny Kaye’s Broadway understudy, Garry was so pained at having bombed a civilian city in World War II that he leapt off the Broadway stage onto the world stage -- taking on border guards, guns and jail – to unite the people of our world. His bold action drew Albert Einstein, John Paul Sartre, Albert Camus and thousands of people to a movement that culminated when the United Nations unanimously passed Eleanor Roosevelt’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights December 10,1948. For the next 65 years, as a citizen of no nation, only the world, Garry Davis continued his effort to inspire we, the people, to take the lead in creating world law to outlaw war, oppression, and the destruction of the environment. When he died at age 91 the New York Times headlined their front page obituary: “Man of No Nation Saw One World of No War.”