Thanks for joining us this spring for the 2013 PBS Online Film Festival. From fact to fiction, these 25 films featured surprising stories that only PBS can tell. Watch all the 2013 and 2012 films here.
When a drill becomes stuck at 225 feet, a Haitian community must hand dig it out.
An Indian-American husband and wife adjust to immigrant life in an American suburb.
A young man sits Shiva (mourns) for his father’s death with strangers from the Internet.
Lawrence goes to an old house by the lake and relives painful memories of his lost love.
An inspired group of artists turn the U.S. Mexican border wall into a giant canvas.
From the heart of Appalachia, a radio station broadcasts hip-hop & shout-outs behind bars.
John Wesley Huddleston tries to support his wife and five daughters by digging for gold.
The Million Dollar Corgi Quest comes to the Island of Rarotonga, Cook Islands.
Worlds collide when an Arizona family hires an undocumented day laborer.
El Reloj shows a day in the life of a Zapotec grandfather and his granddaughter.
A teenage female wrestler on an all-boy wrestling team faces her biggest challenge.
Alaskan Todd Salat is one of the best aurora borealis photographers in the world.