Amplify Collection

Amplify Collection

Inspired by the Amplify Award, this collection aims to amplify the voices and perspectives of the BIPOC community in front of and behind the camera. These narratives and documentaries serve to teach us about history, resilience and the power of story.

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Amplify Collection
  • Kemba — Winner of 2024 Amplify Award

    Movie

    The screening window has closed for Kemba, but you can watch the film on BET+ now. A college student falls in love with a man, only to learn he is a drug kingpin who leads her down a path of abuse and manipulation, placing her in the middle of the government’s “war on drugs,” and ultimately landi...

  • Juneteenth: Faith & Freedom

    Movie + 2 extras

    Uncover the deep spiritual significance of America’s newest federal holiday with pastor Rasool Berry. Learn how Scripture inspired the faith of enslaved people, travel to the church where America’s first Juneteenth celebration took place, and uncover why newly liberated men and women credited God...

  • Grab My Hand: A Letter to My Dad

    Movie

    A personal story of grief, those we look up to, and how the interactions we may deem insignificant may play a huge part in how we live our lives.

  • Healing in Color

    Movie

    In a world where Black women are expected to be invulnerable to pain, five Black women confront their personal struggles and explore healing through art.

  • Open Wounds
    Movie + 1 extra

    Open Wounds

    Movie + 1 extra

    This film frames intergenerational trauma through the lens of one African American family’s story.

  • The Lost Astronaut
    Movie + 2 extras

    The Lost Astronaut

    Movie + 2 extras

    His footprints aren’t on the moon. But his fingerprints are on statues across the United States.

  • The Conqueror
    Movie + 2 extras

    The Conqueror

    Movie + 2 extras

    Professional boxer Jerome Conquest tells the story of losing his best friend to street violence at the age of 17. This tragic loss inspires Conquest to stop fighting in the streets and to get in the boxing ring. Now a maintenance worker by day and a pro boxer by night, Conquest shines a light for...

  • A Concerto is a Conversation

    Movie + 2 extras

    Academy Award® Nominated. A virtuoso jazz pianist and film composer tracks his family’s lineage through his 91-year-old grandfather from Jim Crow Florida to the Walt Disney Concert Hall.

  • Big Red
    Movie + 2 extras

    Big Red

    Movie + 2 extras

    Welder, personal trainer, and father: Big Red shows the hustle and grind of a man working his way out of bankruptcy and into his first home.

  • Kim I Am
    Movie + 2 extras

    Kim I Am

    Movie + 2 extras

    Kim Hill was the vocalist for the emerging hip hop group The Black Eyed Peas. Until she quit.

  • Chief B
    Movie + 1 extra

    Chief B

    Movie + 1 extra

    RaShall Brackney is the first female African-American Chief of Police in Charlottesville, Virginia, where her mission is to bring faith-filled justice into a historically divided community.

  • That's My Jazz
    Movie + 2 extras

    That's My Jazz

    Movie + 2 extras

    This film is a portrait of Milt Abel II, the son of Kansas City jazz legend Milt Abel Sr. Milt II became a head pastry chef at The French Laundry and Per Se, and sous pastry chef at two-Michelins star restaurant, Noma. As his career was rising, his father’s was coming to an end. Finding himself a...

  • Rebuilt
    Movie + 2 extras

    Rebuilt

    Movie + 2 extras

    A former coal miner’s faith is renewed and rebuilt, prompting him to start his own business as a roofing contractor in Bluefield, West Virginia.

  • The Queen of Basketball

    Movie

    Academy Award® Winner. Lusia "Lucy" Harris Stewart is a pioneer in women's basketball, leading a rural Mississippi college to three national titles, scoring the first basket in women's Olympic history in 1976, being the first and only woman to be drafted into the NBA.

  • Still Waters
    Movie + 2 extras

    Still Waters

    Movie + 2 extras

    Tony Igwe, a Nigerian-American civil engineer, uses his extensive skill and expertise to support the unseen infrastructure of water treatment in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

  • R.O.I.
    Movie + 2 extras

    R.O.I.

    Movie + 2 extras

    Raimore Construction offers opportunity to a diverse group of hard workers.

  • Knocking Down the Fences

    Movie + 2 extras

    Knocking Down the Fences tells the story of a superstar athlete you might not have heard of – and why the sports industry hasn't put her on your radar. AJ Andrews is the first woman to win a Rawlings Gold Glove, an award that has been given to the best fielders in Major League Baseball for decade...

  • 20 Over
    Movie + 1 extra

    20 Over

    Movie + 1 extra

    Star athlete Noah Malone was only in middle school when he began developing a rare eye disease that eventually left Noah legally blind. Noah had to learn a new way of life while still keeping up as a son, brother, classmate, and teammate. Amidst these difficult circumstances, Noah has only gone u...

  • Tuesday, 01/25 Windrider Zoom Session

    With a Q&A featuring co-directors and producers of Aftershock, Tonya Lewis Lee and Paula Eiselt. Moderated by Laura Waters Hinson. We will also have a Q&A featuring Chris Witt, Editor of 892. Moderated by Matty Rich.

  • Burden, Rev. David Kennedy Promo

    Take a moment to watch this inspiring spotlight video with Rev. David Kennedy, whose story is featured in Burden.

  • Burden, The W

    Phil Allen Jr. | Host | The W
    Andrew Heckler | Filmmaker | Burden