Announcing The NHdocs Online Screening Series

A new documentary feature, the second weekend of every month!

NHdocs & IRIS – Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services present:


Screening ONLINE Friday, November 13th through Sunday, November 15th, 2020

“It’s the largest cemetery in the United States.“ – Sheriff Benny Martinez on Brooks County, Texas

Just 70 miles north of the Mexican-US border is a haunting place. Stuck between the jurisdiction of border agents, local law enforcement, and cartels, Brooks County, Texas, is a barren landscape designed as a deterrent to illegal crossings. Despite this tactical designation, the municipality lacks the resources to process the remains of thousands of undocumented immigrants and the numbers keep rising. Missing in Brooks County follows the journey of two families who arrive in Brooks County to look for their loved ones and find a mystery that deepens at every turn. A gripping documentary drama, it is also a deeply humane portrait of the human rights workers, law enforcement agents, and activists who come face to face with the life-and-death consequences of a broken system.

NOTE: this screening also includes a Q&A with Missing in Brooks County directors Lisa Molomot and Jeff Bemiss, moderated by Chris George, executive director of IRIS.


Very proud to announce the NHdocs 2020 Award Winning Films

The NHdocs Golden Slice for Best Documentary Feature Film for 2020:

When Liberty Burns from director Dudley Alex

The NHdocs Golden Slice for Best Documentary Short Film for 2020

Fallout Dogs from director Julia Oldham

The NHdocs Audience Award for Best Documentary Feature Film for 2020

Felix The Cat: 100 Years In The Making from director Dan Karlok

The NHdocs Audience Award for Best Documentary Short Film for 2020

Dieorama from director Kevin Staake (tie)

The Volcan Tungurahua Mural Project from director Travis Carbonella (tie)

Student Competition

The Connecticut Quarantine Student Filmmaking Challenge

First Place:  Being a Teen…In Quarantine from director Adrian Huq

Second Place: #tiktoktimemachine from director Rhea Sakinah

Third Place: Customers-19 from director Tomas Rodina

Honorable Mention: Quaran-teen from director Vic Pater

The Connecticut College Student Short Documentary Competition

First Place: Why We Fly from director Allie Marsh

Second Place: Gen Z! from director Joji Baratelli

Third Place: I’m Just Five: A COVID-19 Story from director Cameron Adams

The Connecticut High School & Middle School Student Short Documentary Competition

First Place:  Hackers: The Misfit Superheroes from director Ethan Wilk

Second Place: Every Drop Counts from director Alexander Colman

Third Place: Intersect New Haven from director Kaylen Yun

Please enjoy our 2020 trailer…