Into the Abyss is a documentary about a triple homicide that was committed in Conroe in October 2001. Michael Perry was convicted for this crime and was sentenced to death. He, along with family members if the victims and law enforcement officials were interview for this film. It was good, but a little creepy.
7 Day Gig is about a Catholic Jew who hires strangers to sit shiva for is recently deceased father with him.
A Part of Me, Apart From Me is about a guy who misses his wife.
Border Bedazzlers is about a woman and a priest who help Mexican kids paint the border wall between Mexico and he United States.
Calls from Home: Prison Radio in Appalachia is about a radio show that allows family and friends to send on air messages and shout outs to people incarcerated in Appalachian prisons.
Diamond John is based on the true story about how diamonds were discovered in Arkansas.
Digging For Water is about villagers trying to dig out a drill bit that got stuck while drilling a water well in Haiti.
I am enjoying all the films so far.