- The 38th Parallel, a two-hour film about the Korean War, executive produced by Jeff Bieber, produced by John Maggio, for WETA (Washington, DC, PBS station). The project received a production grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities in 2016 — Chowder wrote the grant and the accompanying script.
2. An American Story: Norman Mineta and his Legacy, a one-hour film about the San-Jose-born Mineta, who was incarcerated in the Heart Mountain camp as a boy during World War II, but emerged to become the first Japanese-American congressman in the lower 48, then championed the law that offered redress to concentration-camp survivors. Produced by Dianne Fukami and Debra Nakatomi.
3. The Notorious RBG, a one-hour film about Ruth Bader Ginsberg: how she was changed by, and how she changed, a half-century of American feminism. Produced by Academy-Award winner Freida Mock.
4. The Tightrope: Black Diplomats and Cold War America, a one-hour film about early African American Ambassadors fighting for and against a racist United States (1948-1964). Scripting funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Produced by Flowstate Films.
5. A Good Guy with a Gun, a one-hour film about the arming of teachers in American public schools, produced by Julie Akeret and Kate Way for Akeret Films