In 1984, an armed man walked into a McDonald's restaurant in San Diego and shot 41 people in a devastating act of mass violence-- the deadliest shooting spree America had yet seen. This documentary focuses on the victims of the attack and the effects on community in the aftermath of sudden catastrophe.
On May 18th, 2018 a student at Santa Fe High School executed 10 people and wounded 13 others. Amongst the 10 people murdered were two educators and eight students. Acclaimed filmmaker Charlie Minn explores all facets of this unknown mass shooting. The movie closely examines the students that were directly affected and what they are doing today.
When Ramsey Denison was jailed for reporting police brutality on the Las Vegas strip, he was inspired to investigate the Las Vegas Police Department. Painting an incriminating picture of a force where officers are often dangerously above the law, this damning exposé also considers evidence that the LVMPD may not be telling the whole story of the Mandalay Bay mass shooting that killed 59 people.
On October 1, 2017, Stephen Paddock opened fire on a crowd of more than 20,000 concertgoers from his hotel room at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. In a matter of minutes, Paddock killed 58 people and wounded more than 400. It was the largest mass shooting in the history of the United States. Yet, just a couple of years later, Vegas seems to have forgotten it completely.
On December 7, 1993, twenty-five people were shot on a commuter train headed from New York City to Long Island. Six people were killed, nineteen people were injured, many more were affected and continue to be to this day. This is their story.
The adventures of a fun-loving three-year-old monkey, Tee, and first-time super-mum, Mo, as they navigate the swings and roundabouts of their life together, learning what it takes to be a son and mum. Tee and Mo innovates by showing the audience that parent-child relationship, so fundamental to all our lives.
Since 1993, hundreds of women have disappeared from the border town of Juarez, MX, just across the Rio Grande river from El Paso, TX. Acclaimed filmmaker Charlie Minn delves into these mysterious unsolved crimes that have sunk Juarez, MX into a human rights disaster.
Seventeen-year-old Leonard Grey went on a high school shooting rampage killing one student and injuring scores more before turning the gun on himself. Using documentary style interviews CASE 219, based on Walter Dean Myers' award-winning novel, Shooter, examines the interconnected relationships between the shooter, his friends, their tormentors at school, and their parents.
Explore the violent, changing nature of crime in Juarez, Mexico over the course of a turbulent year in this doc. 2011 saw a new mayor, a controversial new police chief, the rise of pot smuggling, a vicious prison shootout, and continuing efforts to bring down a disturbing murder rate.