Return To Italy Sister Rose's Passion Makers Mamma Mafia
Return To Italy

The story of cycling champion Gino Bartali and other Italians who defied the Fascists in the last years of WWII to hide, rescue and save thousands of innocent people. Directed by Oren Jacoby. Narrated by Isabella Rossellini.

Sister Rose’s Passion

"...ONE OF THE BEST DOCUMENTARIES OF THE YEAR." - Indiewire

Sister Rose Thering - a nun who made the battle against anti-Semitism her life’s work and took a stand against church dogma that blamed Jews for the death of Jesus.

MAKERS: Women Who Make America

An innovative, multi-platform initiative featuring stories from groundbreaking women who changed the world.
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Mamma Mafia

A reporter's journey into the underworld of Calabria's Mafia today — revealing, for the first time, that its most dominant and ruthless figures are often women.
In Release

MAKERS: Women Who Make America
The never-before-told story of women’s advancement in America. The innovative MAKERS.com video archive features over 100 of the most influential women of the past 50 years and today.
Risk Takers
A 5-part prime time series presenting the extraordinary new generation of outside-the-box thinkers changing the way we live and the world does business in the 21st Century.
Lafayette: The Lost Hero
The life and legend of the intriguing and controversial figure, whose quest to bring democracy to the world played a central role in the establishment of the United States.
In Production

MY ITALIAN SECRET / The Forgotten Heroes
Would you risk your life to save a stranger? And never talk about it? MY ITALIAN SECRET tells the story of Tour de France cycling champion Gino Bartali and other Italians who saved the lives of Jews and other refugees fleeing the Nazis in WWII.
Shadowmen
The chaotic life of painter Richard Hambleton and the incredible story of Street Art, from the first splashes on the walls on NYC’s Lower East Side to today’s worldwide explosion.
Mamma Mafia
A reporter's journey into the underworld of Calabria's Mafia today — revealing, for the first time, that its most dominant and ruthless figures are often women.
In Development

Invisible Man
"A remarkable... must-see, dramatic achievement adapted by writer and filmmaker, Oren Jacoby" (Chicago Tribune)"...Fiery intensity," (NY Times) and "...radiantly evocative..." (Washington Post). Check back here for new productions in 2013.
Tigerbelles
Coach Ed Temple, Wilma Rudolph, and the TSU women’s track team go for gold at the 1960 Olympics, fighting Jim Crow racism and the US Olympic committee. (with David Maraniss)
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Constantine’s Sword
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Lafayette: The Lost Hero
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Sister Rose’s Passion
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