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God Willing

 

A powerful documentary about families whose children turn their backs on them to become “Brothers” and “Sisters” of a secretive cult, renouncing their past lives and the world–often, without ever turning back.

 

2010 • 73 minutes • Documentary • ITVS-PBS-LPB •

Evangeline Griego: Writer, Director & Producer •

Distributed by About Time Productions

 

Paño Arte: Images from Inside

 

This documentary is the first to explore the Chicano folk art of pano art (drawing on handkerchiefs).

 

1996 • 31 minutes • Documentary • PBS •

Evangeline Griego: Producer & Director •

Distributed by About Time Productions

 

Border Visions/

Visiones Fronterizos

Can economic development, public health and environmental protection coexist in the border region?

 

2000 • Bilingual: English/Spanish • 56 minutes • Documentary • PBS •

Evangeline Griego: Producer & Director •

Distributed by About Time Productions

 

Sir! No Sir!

 

The suppressed story of the G.I. movement to end the war in Vietnam.

 

2005 • 85 minutes • Documentary •

Evangeline Griego: Producer

 

Sweet Old World

 

A father and son, whose relationship has become cold and strained in the years since the son’s brother was killed in an accident, find themselves on the brink of disaster and the potential for a new life when the brother’s best friend returns.

 

2012 • Drama •

Evangeline Griego: Producer

 

New Americans

 

The New Americans follows four years in the lives of a diverse group of contemporary immigrants and refugees as they journey to start new lives in America.

 

2004 • 411 minutes • Documentary series • PBS •

Evangeline Griego: Segment Co-Producer

 

Calavera Highway

 

When brothers Armando and Carlos Peña set off to carry their mother’s ashes to south Texas, their road trip turns into a quest for answers about a strangely veiled past.

 

2008 • 83 minutes • Documentary • PBS-POV •

Evangeline Griego: Producer

 

Chevolution

 

A film about a single photograph, and how this portrait, with its enigmatic gaze, became a symbol of countless visions for change.

 

2008 • 86 minutes • Documentary •

Evangeline Griego: Co-Producer