Inside Out Films is a non-profit documentary film company, dedicated to exploring salient, controversial and emotional issues pertinent to our times.  The San Francisco-based company, founded by filmmaker, writer and educator Michelle Blair, is currently working on its third documentary.

To learn more about our films, click below:

The People's College

The People's College is a feature-length documentary that follows 8 community college students as they work toward achieving their Associate of Arts degree. This is the first film to explore the complex history of the community college- and what it means to those who need it the most-the students.

Coming Soon

Go to the People's College
Kickstarter Website to learn more.

Inside Out: Stories of Bulimia

Released in 2002, the award-winning Inside Out: Stories of Bulimiae flagship film for Inside Out Films. It grapples with the difficult issue of bulimia, and examines how the eating disorder crosses class, race, age, gender and sexuality boundaries

Go to the
Inside Out: Stories of Bulimia website.

  Inventing Tradition: New Jewish Performance

It Makes Me Feel Jewish: A Klezmer Journey chronicles the filmmaker's unexpected exploration of her own identity and cultural heritage. Part road trip, part history lesson, part jam session, this film is relevant for the musically curious from any background.

Production for this film is on hiatus.

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