[New York] : Sundance Selects ; [Orland Park, Illinois] : MPI Media Group, 
Video — 1 videodisc (approximately 89 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical; surround; Dolby Digital. Video: NTSC. Digital: video file; DVD video; region 1.
An animated documentary on the life of controversial MIT professor, philosopher, linguist, anti-war activist and political firebrand Noam Chomsky. Through complex, lively conversations with Chomsky and brilliant illustrations by Gondry himself, the film reveals the life and work of the father of modern linguistics while also exploring his theories on the emergence of language.
Video — 2 videodiscs (27 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical; stereo. Video: NTSC. Digital: video file; DVD video; all regions.video file; Blu-ray.
"About one hour south of the wealthy Silicon Valley and twenty minutes east of the affluent Monterey/Carmel area, home of the famous Pebble Beach Golf Course, sits the head of the fertile Salinas Valley. Known as the "salad bowl of the world" for its production of lettuce, broccoli, and many other crops, the Salinas Valley is home to thousands of Mexican American and immigrant families with strong ties to agriculture. About 30 miles into the valley is the small agricultural town of Greenfield, where journalist Damian Trujillo's family first settled in 1972 after coming to the United States from Mexico through the Bracero Program. Damian's parents struggled to support their family of ten on the meager wages they earned laboring in the fields. Growing up, Damian shared a room with his five brothers and in seventh grade he joined his parents and older siblings working in the fields. He dreamed of breaking this cycle. Despite knowing little about higher education, Damian was the first in his family to graduate from college. His older brothers and sisters sacrificed their own educations to work to make money for their family. This 30-minute documentary follows the life of Damian Trujillo, from farmworker in the Salinas Valley to student at San Jose State University where Damian first realized he had an accent while working at the college radio station. Finally, it follows his path to the NBC newsroom. Early in his career Damian feared having to go back to working in the fields, the only other reality he understood. From his regrets over his early relationship with his father to being told he talked like a "gang-member," Damian talks about what it means to be a proud Chicano, how he gives back to his community, and why he wants his children to know where they came from. Damian's story is the quintessential American success story. The goal of this project is to intervene in the popular stereotypes that depict Latinos as "illegals," or "gang members," among other negative representations. From the Fields: An American Journey deconstructs popular perceptions of Latinos by reframing the American success story. This film goes beyond the hateful rhetoric surrounding the immigration debate and into a deeper exploration of what it means to work, to support family, and to contribute to our American society."-- http://www.american.edu/clals/FromtheFields.cfm
Mexico : Kung Fu Films : distributed by Film House, 2007.
Video — 2 videodiscs (ca. 98 min) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Public opinion was gather from people on the streets, or seller, in both Mexico City and New York City to reveal public opinion on a variety of subjects including drugs, money, the human body, the cost of living, and on how people in Mexico and the United States view each other.