Bread With Dignity:
Voices of Nicaraguan Labor
(1987) 22 min. Views on the Sandinista revolution and the contra war from Nicaraguan labor activists and U.S. observers. Produced with the Labor Committee on Central America, shown at 1987 annual convention of the AFL-CIO.
Cross Currents on the Miskito Coast
(1988) 28 min. The volatile balance of ethnic politics among Miskito Indians, Latinos, and Creole Blacks on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua. Ann Arbor Film and Video Festival, Official Selection Native Visions exhibition curated by Museum of the American Indian.
Environment Under Fire:
Ecology and Politics in Central America
(1988) 27 min. Demonstrates the relationships among economic globalization, social injustice and environmental destruction. Produced with Earth Island Institute and the International Union for the Conservation of Nature. Silver Award Houston International Film Festival, Second Prize Big Muddy Film Festival, International Film and TV Festival of New York, Ann Arbor Film and Video Festival, Official Selection Global Village Endangered Documentary series, TV broadcast Italy and Nicaragua.
Labor in El Salvador
(1987) 22 min. Offers views on the repressive regime and war in El Salvador from Salvadoran church and labor activists and U.S. observers. Produced in cooperation with the Labor Committee on Central America.
Vamos A Hacer Un Pais:
Let’s Build a New Country
(1986) 30 min. Perspectives on wartime Nicaragua from Seattle volunteers and rural Nicaraguans who worked together to build a school in the tiny village of Tierra Blanca. Winner, Northwest Film and Video Festival. National TV broadcast in Nicaragua 1988.