The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg (1999)
New DVD released April 2013

A humorous and nostalgic documentary about an extraordinary baseball player who transcended religious prejudice to become an American icon. This compelling film examines how America's first Jewish baseball star was a beacon of hope to American Jews who faced bigotry during the Depression and World War II.

Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg (2009)

The entertaining and eye-opening story of television pioneer Gertrude Berg, the creator, principal writer, and star of "The Goldbergs." A popular radio show for 17 years, "The Goldbergs" became television's very first character-driven domestic sitcom and Berg paved the way for women in the entertainment industry.

The Rosenwald Schools (post-production)

This new documentary will tell the incredible story of businessman and philanthropist Julius Rosenwald, who partnered with African American communities in the South to build schools during the early part of the 20th century. This historic collaboration as well as the modern-day attempts to maintain and reconfigure the schools is a little-known but inspiring and dramatic story.

Samuel Gompers Film (pre-production)

Samuel Gompers was the nation's leading trade unionist and, arguably, the most significant social architect of a broader American middle class. A passionate advocate of shorter hours, higher wages, safe and sanitary working conditions, and collective bargaining with employers, Gompers represented what was best in America: the promise of social justice, the spirit of personal liberty, and the value of hard work.