A rural community confronts the reality of Indian gaming and the complex social, environmental and political demands that a neighborhood casino makes.
16mm color film
Two teenagers speak out about their experiences growing up in San Francisco and West Oakland, and how they have dealt with getting in and out of trouble.
Concerns the role of Iraqi-Americans in the recent Iraqi national election. The film explores the issues of the election's legitimacy, the U.S. government's interest in the creation of the new Iraqi government, the responsibilities of Iraqi expatriates to their native country and the hopes for a harmonious free Iraq through the eyes of two San Jose families -- one that participated in the election and the other that did not.
16mm black and white film
Green Cross is a medicinal marijuana dispensary in San Francisco run by Kevin Reed, a charismatic car crash survivor known for his honesty, friendliness and business acumen. Where compassion and entrepreneurship attempt to meet a need in today's society, an individual like Kevin can get caught in legal limbo.