Life Stories   (2001) documents a group of senior citizens in Galveston, Texas, who gather twice a month to “re-member” their lives through poems and stories. We come to know and love these ordinary people who become elder guides for us. With honesty and poignancy, they model the art of accepting the past so that life in the present can be free of regret and open to affirmation.

Life Stories (2001) documents a group of senior citizens in Galveston, Texas, who gather twice a month to “re-member” their lives through poems and stories. We come to know and love these ordinary people who become elder guides for us. With honesty and poignancy, they model the art of accepting the past so that life in the present can be free of regret and open to affirmation.

   Stroke: Conversations and Explanations   (2007) shows the emotional impact of stroke on the lives and relationships of 6 diverse couples, and provides useful information on the warning signs of a stroke, preventive measures, and recent developments in treatment and rehabilitative therapy.

Stroke: Conversations and Explanations (2007) shows the emotional impact of stroke on the lives and relationships of 6 diverse couples, and provides useful information on the warning signs of a stroke, preventive measures, and recent developments in treatment and rehabilitative therapy.

 Crafted from interviews with 'gross anatomy' students, medical faculty, and a man who plans to donate his body to the medical school,   Still Life: The Humanity of Anatomy   (2001) explores the unstated but powerful relationship between medical student dissectors and the cadavers which make it possible for them to learn about the human body.

Crafted from interviews with 'gross anatomy' students, medical faculty, and a man who plans to donate his body to the medical school, Still Life: The Humanity of Anatomy (2001) explores the unstated but powerful relationship between medical student dissectors and the cadavers which make it possible for them to learn about the human body.

 
    The Strange Demise of Jim Crow   (1998) reveals for the first time on film how many, perhaps most, Southern cities desegregated in a quieter, almost stealthy fashion marked by behind-the-scenes negotiations, secret deals and controversial news black-outs.

The Strange Demise of Jim Crow (1998) reveals for the first time on film how many, perhaps most, Southern cities desegregated in a quieter, almost stealthy fashion marked by behind-the-scenes negotiations, secret deals and controversial news black-outs.