Cuba’s Hope

In 2008, Fidel Castro handed over control of Cuba to his younger brother, Raul. Since then, people around the world have predicted significant changes in the lives of the Cuban people -- especially in the lives of young Cubans. While hope springs eternal, the Cuban government's continued use of laws that violate basic standards of international human rights makes it almost impossible for citizens to openly voice their desires for change.

Oscar’s Cuba

Oscar’s Cuba, shot undercover in Cuba and presented in Spanish and English, tells the story of Dr. Oscar Elias Biscet, a prisoner of conscience who until March 2011 was serving a 25-year prison sentence for the crime of “disrespecting the revolution” through his promotion of human rights, respect for life and democracy in Cuba.

Flashes of Color: Disability in the Age of Perfection

“Your life will have flashes of color you never knew possible.”
-Mary, mother of a child with Down syndrome to a new mother of a baby with Down syndrome not long after his delivery and unexpected diagnosis

Women of Mystery, Women of Hope

A walk down the streets of any city in the United States shows a striking poverty - the hungry and homeless, poor and hopeless, begging on street corners, side by side with society's well-off and elite, the spiritually impoverished, who move blindly and unceasingly from workday to workday, both of them without thought to a deeper meaning in their lives.

Collaborations with EWTN

Despite religious, political, and economical challenges, the Cuban faithful have persevered. This in-depth documentary looks at the strength and spirit of the people, who suffer unjustly for living out their faith.  Witness their strong devotional life, the impact of the visit of Pope John Paul II in 1998, and how their reliance on the constant protection of Our Lady of Charity, Patroness of Cuba, leads them to hope that one day true religious freedom will return to the island.  This program provides a rare glimpse into the Church in Cuba today.

Collaborations with Fr. Antoine and the Community of St. John

Many people would look at the hard work, dedication, faith and sacrifice it takes to climb some of the highest peaks in the world and ask, “why?” Why work so hard for what seems to be so little? This is a question many Christians, especially young Christians, are asked everyday. Why dedicate your life to a God you can’t see or hear? Why deny yourself so many of life’s pleasures? Why make the sacrifices and accept the sufferings?