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ACORN and the Firestorm

Fueled by a YouTube video made by two young conservatives who posed as pimp and prostitute in a sting, community organizing group ACORN's very existence is threatened.

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Alone on the Island of the Blue Dolphins

Every year nearly half a million children read 'Island of The Blue Dolphins,' the story of a Native American girl left alone for 18 years on a remote California island in the 1800s. This new documentary explores her true story.

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American Socialist: The Life and Times of Eugene Victor Debs

Bernie Sanders inspired a generation - but who inspired him? Most people don't know that the contemporary political movement to address income inequality began over 100 years ago with Eugene Debs.

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Boston

Narrated by Academy Award winner Matt Damon, this inspiring and emotional new documentary chronicles the story of the iconic Boston Marathon – from its humble origins with only 15 runners to the present day.

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The Breast Archives

Real women reveal their breasts and uncover personal truths in this gently provocative documentary exploring embodiment, womanhood, and the power of being seen.

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Coach Jake

The most successful high school soccer coach in NYC history partly due to a pipeline of talented kids from Africa, Coach Jake first had to overcome an addiction. Both on the soccer field and off, this season may be his toughest yet.

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Company Town

Polluted by big business and failed by local, state and federal environmental protections...what do you do when the company you work for and live next to is making you sick? Company Town is a modern-day David vs. Goliath story.

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Cuban Food Stories

Filmmaker Asori Soto returns to his Cuban homeland to search for the missing flavors of his childhood, visiting cities and remote regions to rediscover the culinary roots of Cuba.

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Extraordinary Ordinary People

At a time when the NEA has never been more threatened, this new documentary provides a music-fueled journey across America. Featuring a breathtaking array of musicians, dancers, quilters, woodcarvers, and more.

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Hot to Trot

Mad Hot Ballroom meets Paris is Burning in this award-winning and crowd-pleasing documentary, which offers a deep-dive look inside the fascinating but little-known world of same-sex competitive ballroom dance.

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In The Land of Pomegranates

From Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Hava Kohav Beller comes her latest work, a suspenseful, multi-layered documentary centered on a group of young people who were born into a violent and insidious ongoing war.

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It Takes From Within

Inspired by arthouse films of the 1960s, writer/director Lee Eubanks creates a menacing world of dread, isolation, and unease in his feature film debut, a cryptic journey into the dark void between reality and nightmare.

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The Lost Village

Roger Paradiso's documentary explores the demise of New York's Greenwich Village: the corporate take-over by NYU; the accelerating gentrification; the sky-high rent increases; and the vanishing artists who gave the Village its reputation.

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Mademoiselle Paradis

The true story of Maria Paradis, a gifted pianist and friend of Mozart who lost her eyesight as a child but unexpectedly regains it as a young adult. But this miracle comes at a price.

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Moynihan

Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan was a colossus of ideas and a man of deeds. 16 years after his death, as the nation sinks into hyper-partisanship and social media frenzy, the first documentary about his life captures Moynihan as never before.

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Nana

Directed by her 25 year old granddaughter, NANA is the story of Auschwitz survivor Maryla Michalowski-Dyamant, who spent her life fighting intolerance.

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Naples 44

Benedict Cumberbatch gives life to the words of British soldier Norman Lewis, whose remarkable memoir of post-World War II Naples form the basis for this haunting evocation of a ravaged land, and later a city of infinite charm.

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Olancho

In Olancho, the largest state in Honduras, the drug trade has taken its toll in human lives and economic damage. But to some musicians, the cartels provide an opportunity. This award-winning documentary delves into their lives.

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Quest

Epic in scope yet filmed with vérité intimacy over nearly a decade, the Sundance documentary Quest is a vivid illumination of race and class in America, and a testament to love, healing and hope.

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Quiet Heroes

In Salt Lake City, the socially conservative religious monoculture complicated the AIDS crisis, where patients in the entire state relied on only one doctor. This Sundance documentary is the story of her fight to save a maligned population.

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Razzia

In this searing drama, five Moroccans are pushed to the fringe by their extremist government. Spanning three decades, Razzia weaves an intricate tale of lost loves, forbidden desires, and fragile dreams in modern day Morocco.

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Resistance at Tule Lake

Resistance at Tule Lake tells the long-suppressed story of 12,000 Japanese Americans who dared to resist the U.S. government's program of mass incarceration during World War II.

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The Second Time Around

Linda Thorson and Stuart Margolin are a revelation in this gently exuberant and inspiring romantic drama that takes place in a home for senior citizens and is centered around their common love of music.

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Strangers on the Earth

Join Dane Johansen as he walks the Camino de Santiago, cello on his back, performing music for his fellow pilgrims at churches along the way. The film explores the mental and spiritual aspects of his journey.

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The Sunday Sessions

This observational documentary offers an intimate portrait of a deeply conflicted young man named Nathan, who, struggling to reconcile his religious conviction and sexual identity, starts conversion therapy.

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Too Cold To Swim

In D.W. Young's dramatic feature, a man crossing Maine at the end of a solo cross country bicycle trip strikes up an unlikely friendship with an ex-Marine and his oddball younger sister.

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Tracking Edith

Filmmaker Peter Stephan Jungk had always known that his great aunt, Edith Tudor-Hart, was a talented photographer. But it wasn't until 20 years after her death that he learned she had led a double life, as a KGB agent.

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TVTV: Video Revolutionaries

Featuring Bill Murray, Steven Spielberg, Goldie Hawn, Bob Dylan, Lily Tomlin, Jim Belushi and more, TVTV looks at Top Value Television, a collective of video makers who in the 1970s took the brand-new portable video camera and went out to document the world.