Tonight’s the Night is the story of eighteen-year-old Alicia Rodriquez, who is deploying to Iraq the next morning. But before she leaves, she has one wish – to lose her virginity. With the clock ticking and the obstacles mounting, Alicia discovers that growing up is not all that it is made up to be.
The Last Killing is the story of how an ordinary man became a whistleblower to the extrajudicial killings in Punjab, India, and his 20-year fight for justice on behalf of the victim families.
Trade Tech Changes Lives was created for the 90th-anniversary exhibit of Los Angeles Trade Technical College. Those interviewed include Mayor Eric Garcetti, school President Laurence B. Frank, local political leaders, members of the administration, faculty, and alumni with deep connections to the school.
Isa Kae captures the life and views of Isa Kae Meskin the retired school teacher and activist. It was created in collaboration with the Studio of Southern California History.
A Light of Justice captures the life and work of human rights activist Jaswant Singh Khalra Khalra. In 1995, Khalra was abducted, tortured and killed by the Punjab police for his work in uncovering thousands of disappearances, extrajudicial deaths, and secret cremations of Sikhs at the hands of the Punjab police. The film features interviews with the Khalra’s family, as well as archival footage of Khalra.
Charanjit Kaur Video Testimony is part of the oral history video archives project for Ensaaf. On November 14, 1989, Charanjit Kaur’s ten-year-old son Gurjit Singh went to school, never to return home alive. The story of Charanjit Kaur is the story of many mothers in Punjab who saw their families destroyed during the Decade of Disappearances.