On July 10, 1977, 18-year-old Laura Long disappeared. Told from four different perspectives close to the case, this documentary tells the details of this cold case and the impact it had on a small town in Oklahoma.
In August of 2003, Tyler Johnson was a prized scholar in theoretical physics. Months later he was homeless on the island of Corsica, a fugitive wanted by the FBI.
Larry Williams spent the last 42 years in prison. We follow his first week of freedom.
If each minute of your life equaled a year, then the amount of time you spend watching this documentary is the amount of time Melvin Ortiz has been in prison for a crime he did not commit.
A true story of injustice and murder in Sonoma County, California. One of the most heinous murders to ever happen in California was blamed on a Japanese immigrant. From a unique perspective this film reviews the facts and who may be the real perpetrator.
The 1990 murder of Talana Kreeger, in the Southern coastal community of Wilmington, NC, still challenges our assumptions about legal, religious, and media responses to LGBTQ hate crimes.
While set in the late 19th century, the stories documented in this film resonate today: gun violence, racial strife, police brutality and American Indian rights. This is a true tale of Indian removal, crime, capital punishment and a charismatic federal judge who sentenced scores of felons to "hang by the neck until you are dead."
From allegations of widespread police corruption, a targeted campaign of political harassment and millions in town hall embezzlement, to a murder-for-hire plot hatched between the town's first two mayors, the tiny, desert borough of Quartzsite, Arizona, has seen conflict reserved for cities 100 times its size. Now, amid an unprecedented flurry of national headlines depicting police brutality and the overuse of authority, the citizens are fighting back -- and winning.