Explore More Windrider Films!

Explore More Windrider Films!

Explore the Full List of Movies on Windrider Studios! From award-winning films to exclusive Windrider conversations, this content is available to watch from any device, at home, or on the go. Check out Windrider's Complete Film Catalogue here: https://www.windriderstudios.org/film-catalogue

Explore More Windrider Films!
  • 20 Over

    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...

  • A Concerto is a Conversation

    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.

  • A Death Worth Living For

    Due to a traumatic series of events, Steve Musick goes to Heaven but is not allowed to stay. This film explores how he and his beloved have learned that Heaven is closer than we think. This is an invitation to experience Heaven here. While the fullness of Heaven is not here yet everyone can encou...

  • A Woman's Place

    Despite the grit, the harassment, and the struggle, these three chefs have carved a well-deserved space for themselves in the culinary industry. Watch as a butcher, chef, and restaurateur speak of their shared experience as women facing and overcoming institutionalized sexism.

  • Abstraction: The Dianne Collard Story

    A story of grief and the way God uses abstraction to bring healing, grace and peace.

  • All These Voices

    In the days following the end of World War Two, a former SS officer hides his identity. He encounters a troupe of survivor artists in an abandoned theater, and they celebrate the end of the war together. When they discover the man's true identity they must decide whether his humanity or his polit...

  • Apart, Together

    A Chinese teenage girl travels with her mom to the United States as a translator, in order to find her older sister, who was abandoned under the One-child policy. When she secretly finds her sister on social media, she’s faced with the decision of whether to tell her mom and risk their relationsh...

  • Are You Still There?

    A dead car battery leaves Safa stranded alone in a strip mall parking lot.

  • Beneath the Ink

    As society's belief systems are seemingly changing, or even reverting in time, one Ohio artist is challenging his community by saying, "bring me your mistakes". Inspired by recent events, Billy Joe White and his Red Rose Tattoo Studio are promoting one simple concept…ERASE THE HATE. Beneath the...

  • Black Whole

    When a haunting black hole appears in their yard, a pregnant couple must face their fears of miscarriage, to eliminate the phenomenon before it consumes them.

  • DeKalb Elementary

    Inspired by a 911 call placed during a school shooting incident in Atlanta, Georgia.

  • For Love of Neighbor: Politics for the Common Good

    A documentary film that tells the stories of three individuals—Sen. Tim Scott, Justin Giboney and Sarah Imboden—who, on different levels and in distinct ways, are seeking to engage faithfully in contemporary American politics.

  • Forgiving Johnny

    Young lawyer Noah Cox grapples with his own past as he attempts to use a progressive new law and digital system to win grace for his developmentally disabled client, Johnny Reyes.

  • Frogman

    As a child, Patrick Humphrey had no idea his father was a spy. Frogman delves into the sacrifices and burdens of a family where keeping secrets became part of the job, and explores how much we can really know someone through the stories we inherit.

  • Grab My Hand: A Letter to My Dad

    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.

  • Gringa

    This bilingual dramedy short follows an overworked Cuban-American millennial rushing to pack for a trip to Havana. When her eccentric Abuelo drags her on a last-minute hunt for a rare car part, she confronts her own privilege in a race against the clock.

  • Ground Zero

    In this film, internationally acclaimed visual artist, Makoto Fujimura, reflects on his distinctive personal ground zero experience on 9/11 in New York City along with the universal experience of trauma.

  • Head Over Heels

    A husband and wife have grown apart over the years. He lives on the floor, she lives on the ceiling, and their marriage hangs in the balance.

  • Healing in Color

    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.

  • Identity: The Andrew Nemr Story

    In this film, Andrew Nemr, one of the world’s most diverse tap dance artists, explains how the labels we embrace and the ones we discard ultimately help us to find our true identity.

  • Juneteenth: Faith & Freedom

    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...

  • Just Hold On

    A portrait of a girl holding onto things (especially sheep).

  • Kim I Am

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

  • Kintsugi

    Kintsugi is a 16th century process of mending broken shards of pottery. Visual artist Mako Fujimura and Kintsugi Maker Kunio Nakamura, invite us to imagine how this ancient artform might help us find healing in the midst of trauma and come to a deeper understanding of the redemptive character of ...