In the wake of a school shooting in Parkland, Florida, filmmaker Olivia Merrion reflects on her work documenting survivors of such tragedies.
“Heroin(e),” the story of three women battling the opioid epidemic, has been nominated for an Academy Award for best documentary short subject.
From natural disasters to national tragedies, the media swarms around major stories. But what happens after the cameras are gone?
The 2000 film “Erin Brockovich” seemed like a successful David versus Goliath story. But in realty, it wasn’t a happy ending.
Heather Martin helped start a support group for survivors of mass shootings – she desperately wants the group to stop growing.
The 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill was an accident unlike any other – millions of animals were killed. But did it change any policies?
Before Black Lives Matter, there was the killing of Oscar Grant. After a disappointing verdict for his shooter, his mother became an important leader.
This past year, our filmmakers traveled the country to document Americans’ hopes and fears after the 2016 presidential election.
In southern Arizona, the promise of a border wall has humanitarian activists concerned it could lead to more deaths.
Last year, religious leaders in West Virginia were excited to welcome 100 refugees. Then came the controversial travel ban.