Death By Design documentary exposes the dirty secret of our addiction to digital devices.
The Story Exchange is a global video project empowering women to achieve economic independence through entrepreneurship. By producing and promoting video profiles of successful entrepreneurs from all walks of life and sectors we encourage others to gain financial freedom, create the lifestyle of their choosing, and uncover their full potential.
Starting in 2004 Ambrica began filming nine Chinese Gen X’ers at home and at work, returning once a year to record the changes in their lives. The film tracks four wildly ambitious graduates, a media savvy hip hop artist, two migrant workers living precariously on society’s edge, a dedicated medical resident and a courageous environmental activist.
In 1986 Ambrica Productions began China: A Century of Revolution, a series of three feature-length documentaries that explore the history of modern China.
Eleanor Roosevelt struggled to overcome an unhappy childhood, betrayal in her marriage, a controlling mother-in-law and gripping depressions–all the while staying true to her passion for social justice.
Shot over four years, from 1998 to 2001, this film examines the changing values and expectations of ten individuals as they struggle to adapt to China’s economic reforms.
This film is a poignant portrait of the world’s first international superstar. Pickford’s extraordinary career as the most popular silent screen actress of the day made her the most powerful woman in the history of movies and helped shape America’s obsessive culture of celebrity.
In World War II, more than 110,000 Japanese Americans were forced to leave their homes and relocate to military camps dotted across the western United State, this film tells the story of the 16,000 men, women and children who were sent to two camps in southeast Arkansas, one of the poorest and most racially segregated places in America.