Dismantling Democracy

Director: Allen Clements Featuring: Michael Abramowitz, Margaret Brennan, Rosa Clemente, Ian Bremmer, Jalane Schmidt, Stephen Levitsky, Ann Dowd, Larry Sabato, Ted Cruz, Tim Kaine Dismantling Democracy examines new and old democratic structures of government in the United States and around …

Charlottesville [Emmy 2018]

“Charlottesville,” revisits the tragic events of Aug. 11 and 12, 2017 to grapple with the difficult question of how such hateful acts could have occurred in modern America. Now over a year since the violent white supremacists’ demonstrations, this gripping two-hour feature provides an in-depth examination of Charlottesville in the...

This is the House that Jack Built

In celebration of the 100th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s birth, the documentary This Is The House That Jack Built chronicles his early years and examines his lasting legacy. This hour-long film touches on familiar themes of JFK’s life, …

Feeling Good About America [Emmy 2017]

By 1976 the turmoil of the 1960s and scandal of the Nixon presidency was behind us, and Americans were ready to be normal again. A new feeling was sweeping coast to coast as people pulled together to celebrate the nation’s bicentennial and to select a new president who could help...

Ball of Confusion

Has there ever been a year like 1968? Assassinations, racial unrest, nation- wide riots, and an endless war in Vietnam put the nation on edge and produced a historic three-way presidential election where all the candidates were deeply awed. Backed into a corner by rising casualties in Vietnam and with...

Bombs Away

Looking back a half-century to the 1964 White House contest between President Lyndon Johnson and Senator Barry Goldwater reveals a critical, formative moment that reshaped the American political landscape. Polarized by very different personalities and ideologies, LBJ and Goldwater attacked one another–and in the process opened the door to the...

The Kennedy Half Century [Emmy 2014]

Based on Larry Sabato's new book, THE KENNEDY HALF-CENTURY chronicles the impact and influence of John F. Kennedy’s life, administration and tragic death on the public, the media and every subsequent U.S. president. John F. Kennedy's legacy has endured for more than 50 years due to the early efforts of...

Out of Order [Emmy 2013]

“Out of Order: Civility in Politics” analyzes political gridlock in Washington, D.C. and explores partisanship and dysfunction in American government through interviews with prominent academics, journalists, political observers and senior (current and former) elected officials, including: Sens. Susan Collins (R) and Mark Warner (D); former Sens. Evan Bayh (D) and...

Locked Out

The one-hour documentary, "Locked Out: The Fall of Massive Resistance," explores the tragedies and triumphs of the children of Virginia who found themselves on the front lines of a cultural war that desegregated Virginia's public schools, and forever altered American history. "Locked Out" features personal interviews with former students, Virginia...

Questioning The Constitution

Questioning the Constitution looks at the development of the Constitution, how it has been interpreted and questions whether the Constitution should be reformed. The United States Constitution has been the foundation for the United States government and its citizens for over two hundred years. Many people believe it is the “gold...

Sarge Reynolds

Sarge Reynolds: A Documentary explores how the death of a man who some say was on the fast-track to the presidency left a void in the Democratic Party and changed Virginia’s political landscape. The documentary shows Reynolds’ tireless devotion to promote racial equality and public education throughout the state, as...

Wilder: An American First

“WILDER: An American First ”explores how Douglas Wilder an independent, controversial leader became one of the world’s most powerful black politicians without ever embracing the evangelical messages popular among other African-American leaders. Combining narration, interviews, archival footage, news clips and photographs, this compelling historical biography looks closely at Wilder’s early...