Pbs Indies

2020

Vamonos

4.0 0 x
After Hope's girlfriend dies, she must overcome personal grief and homophobic hostilities.

The Fires Of Soledad

3.0 0 x
A migrant family is trapped in a state of mourning after losing a child to the Rio Grande.

The Hummingbirds

4.0 2 x
To save his terminally-ill superhero father, a young son must find the hero within.
Episodes 2016

Vamonos

3.0 25 x
When Hope learns that Mac, her recently deceased girlfriend, is going to be buried in a dress, she desperately tries to persuade Rosa, Mac's mother, to bury her in a suit instead. However, when she realizes that she's fighting old traditional and conservative views, Hope decides to take the matter into her own hands with t...

Drowning

3.0 44 x
When Gabe, an overweight high-schooler, musters the courage to talk to the girl of his dreams, a promising friendship forms that's almost too good to be true. He even starts feeling good about the “extra love” he’s carrying around. But, when she becomes the target of Marcus, his personal bully, things take a turn for the w...

Sixty-Four Flood | Beneath The Surface

3.0 15 x
On June 7-8, 1964, a driving rain buckled dams and flooded vehicles on the Blackfeet Reservation, sweeping crying children from mothers’ arms, and ferrying homes and bodies across the prairie. Our mobile, documentary narrative tells the story of the worst natural disaster in Montana history: the 1964 flood on the Blackfeet...
06:51

Sugar | Chapter 2

3.0 17 x
Sugar’s criminal cohorts tempt her back to her old ways, with deadly results. Written & directed by Keola Racela
10:41

Sugar | Chapter 1

3.0 25 x
After 10 years behind bars, Sugar is released from prison, and attempts to reconnect with her estranged family. Written & directed by Rose Troche.
07:43

Sugar | Chapter 3

3.0 19 x
Determined and anxious to get her daughter back, Sugar takes matters into her own hands. Written & directed by Alia Shawkat
09:25

Sugar | Chapter 4

3.0 18 x
Secrets about troublesome Pilo come to light, as Sugar puts herself on the line for her family. Written & directed by Jonathan Caouette.
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