Artist Fiel dos Santos grew up during the 16-year-long civil war in his home country of Mozambique. The only one of his family to never have shot a gun, today he makes art out of guns to commemorate the lives lost.
For Rob Kellum, professional wrestling is a form of storytelling. A wrestling match traces a narrative arc, requiring wrestlers to be as artistic as they are athletic. Following Rob as he prepares for and competes in a highly anticipated wrestling match, "The Maestro" offers a unique look into one professional wrestler's creative process.
Every student should have a place in High School where they can be free to be themselves... And for young men growing up in today's world it is rare, but essential. At Napa High School, in California, a teacher named Travis Rogers has created that place . A place where they can be free of the masculine stereotypes that our culture shackles them with to be, " tough, emotionless, cool." A place where boys can be sensitive and emotional, and caring without judgment. Step inside what has become the coolest class on campus - the Freshman Mens' Choir.
Smokehouse and Mamie Porter are always by one another's side. Playing the blues is no different. Born and raised in Baton Rouge, both Smokehouse & Mamie fell in love with the sights and sounds of Louisiana blues. And not long after, each other. Fast forward to August 2016, and we find Smokehouse and Miss Mamie Porter in a fight for survival as Baton Rouge and the greater community they've built around swamp blues falls prey to rising flood waters. "Although they were called 'The Great Floods,'" Smokehouse says, "there was nothing great about them." This is Smokehouse and Mamie's story of survival and what truly comes after the flood. As seen through each other's eyes.
Every car has a story. For What It's Worth gives a front seat view of demolition derby drivers Bob "The Killer Bee" Bennison, Kyle Harrigan and Kyle Cohen, as they prepare for New Jersey's annual Turkey Derby. From rural Pennsylvania to the sprawling scrap yards of Suffolk County, this short documentary shows what's possible even after those cars reach the end of the road.