How To Live Forever is a captivating documentary which embarks on a worldwide trek to investigate just what it means to grow old and what it could mean to really live forever. Did 96-year-old exercise guru Jack LaLanne have all the answers, or Buster, a chain-smoking, beer-drinking marathoner who died at the age of 104? Exploring the viewpoints of delightfully unusual characters alongside those of health, fitness and life-extension experts, this documentary challenges our notions of youth and aging with comic poignancy.
The Mother Grain is a documentary film about the rapid rise in the popularity of quinoa, with a focus on the lives and methods of the local Aymara and Quechua Bolivian farmers, who are descended from the Incas.
It has been named “Ingredient of the Year” by Bon Appetit Magazine but even with its cult following, most fans don’t know the amazing story of the creation of this Thai flavor. This fast-paced documentary finally reveals the amazing story of Sriracha — where it comes from, how it’s made, and the people who love it.
Age of Champions is the award-winning feature documentary following five competitors who sprint, leap, and swim for gold at the National Senior Olympics. Viewers will meet a 100-year-old tennis champion, amongst others as they triumph over the limitations of age.
The Greater Good looks behind the fear, hype and politics that have polarized the vaccine debate in America today. The film re-frames the emotionally charged issue and offers, for the first time, the opportunity for a rational and scientific discussion on how to create a safer and more effective vaccine program.
Living Small explores the world of tiny houses through the lives of the people on the movement’s forefront. The film centers on Anderson Page as he builds a tiny house for the first time, discovering the challenges and rewards of constructing one’s own living space.