The remarkable story of an 800-year period in Medieval Spain during which Muslims, Jews, and Christians created a shared culture of tolerance.
A series tracing the evolution of Silicon Valley into a dynamo of innovation that has altered nearly every aspect of human life for more than a century.
A collaboration between Kikim Media and the National Science Teachers Association to provide urgently needed tools for teaching science.
A device made from paper promises to make microscopes as widely available as pencils.
New ways of studying processes in the ocean that happen at a scale so small we have never before been able to observe them clearly.
Meet Koko, the gorilla who understands sign language, and learn about the project to preserve her legacy.
Michael Pollan cuts through conflicting dietary messages and makes it simple to enjoy food and stay healthy.
A film about the intersection between two seemingly disparate worlds: those who live with a movement disorder and those who move for a living.
A series of videos for USCF about the challenges of providing health care in underserved communities.
The Bay Area Lyme Foundation is marshaling the best scientific resources of Silicon Valley to fight the nation's fastest growing infectious disease.
A remarkable course at Stanford University teaches students how to use design thinking to tackle some of the world's most intractable problems.
The UCSF Diabetes Center hired Kikim to make a series of 26 videos explaining the basics of diabetes.
A tribute to the director of the UCSF Diabetes Center on the occasion of its 10th anniversary.
The UCSF Diabetes Center recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of its efforts to treat, cure and ultimately prevent diabetes.
A half-hour documentary commissioned by Nobel Media about advances in our understanding of infectious diseases.
A landmark new initiative to fight global poverty from Stanford University's Graduate School of Business.
A half-hour documentary commissioned by Nobel Media about our evolving understanding of the body's immune system.
A Foundation Building Strength supports research into a rare muscular disease called nemaline myopathy.
A short film that highlights the great gardening and cookbook that our friend Susan Heeger wrote with her friend Jimmy Williams.
A planned full-length documentary about Type 1 Diabetes building on Kikim's previous work on the subject.
Nobel Media, a subsidiary of the Nobel Foundation, commissioned Kikim Media to produce this half-hour documentary about memory for public television.
Bearskin Meadow Camp transforms the lives of diabetic children and their parents.
A two-hour program based on Michael Pollan's best-selling book that tells the story of the relationship between plants and people from the plants' point of view.
A detective journey tracking the mystery behind Parkinson's disease and the cutting-edge research that may one day lead to a cure.
A film about brilliant thinkers who created an entirely new mathematical language for understanding the world around us.
The International AIDS Vaccine Initiative commemorated its 10th anniversary with this video.
When "I do" turns into "we just can't," what happens to the kids? A television special that examines the emotional and legal aftermath of divorce.
Almost 30 years after scientists discovered HIV, they are still valiantly struggling to create an effective vaccine.
A interdisciplinary initiative about American identity, made with the Cypress String Quartet and San Francisco State Professor Jacob Needleman.
Special features for the DVD release of the seasons 1-3 of the acclaimed HBO series Deadwood.
A video for San Jose's Tech Museum about entrepreneurs who are using technologies in innovative ways to address the world's most pressing problems.
A 10-minute video that shows why life for students (and parents) would be unimaginable without MPAEF's contributions to the district.
A training video to help nurses at Stanford's Lucile Packard Children's Hospital understand Family Centered Care and be motivated to implement it.
The story of the 7th century prophet who continues to shape our world today through his influence on more than one billion Muslims.
A 60-second spot to pique interest in activities to dispel stereotypes about Muslims and increase interfaith understanding.
A campaign bio video produced for Katrina Swett, who ran for Congress in New Hampshire's 2nd Congressional District in 2002.
A one-hour program about the way society has historically shaped the evolution of technology.
A one-hour documentary about Frederick Winslow Taylor and the legacy of his ideas about efficiency.
Two short videos commissioned by a start-up company to help explain its product to investors and partners.
A two-part program that explores how the healing power of love, intimacy and relationships can help us reevaluate how we live and love.
A one-hour program that features the work of Helen Palmer, one of the world's leading teachers of the Enneagram, a system for understanding personality.
A three-part series about effective ways to deal with youth violence and the pioneering efforts of three communities around the country.