The NY Times and Kickstarter have teamed-up to host short docs to available free online. Six are available now with more to come.
The Greatest Bowling Story Ever Told
On one ordinary night everything might change for Bill Fong, an underdog bowler, as he begins to get strike after strike. Will he attain the “perfect series,” or buckle under the pressure?
Minka: A Farmhouse in Japan
A film about place and memory, a farmhouse in Japan, and the lives of the people who called it home.
The Journey of a 9/11 Tree
A tree that was wounded by the September 11 attacks has regained its health, with the help of a caretaker, and returned to its home.
The Last Ice Merchant
For over 50 years Baltazar Ushca has harvested the glacial ice of Ecuador’s Mount Chimborazo. His brothers have long since retired. “El UÌltimo Hielero” is a story of cultural change and adaption.
A Harlem Mother
Jean Corbett-Parker shared the story of her son’s death and her fight to prevent violence on the very streets in Harlem that her son warned others about.
Tales from the World’s Longest Yard Sale
Travel down US Highway 127 from Michigan to Alabama and meet the people at the world’s longest yard sale — an annual four-day, 690-mile exchange of not only goods, but also stories.