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Albert Einstein: Still a Revolutionary

Albert Einstein was a world renowned celebrity, greeted like a rock star wherever he appeared. He was also an outspoken social and political activist. This new documentary goes beyond the legend to tell the true story of our most famous savant.

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Anote's Ark

The Pacific island nation of Kiribati is one of the most remote places on the planet, far-removed from the pressures of modern life. Yet it is one of the first countries that must confront imminent annihilation from sea-level rise.

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Back to the Fatherland

This is the story of young people leaving their home country to try their luck elsewhere...but the young people here are moving from Israel to Germany and Austria - countries where their families were persecuted and killed.

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The Ballad of Esequiel Hernández

This Emmy-nominated documentary from 2008 is one of the most critical, relevant, and widely discussed portraits of the U.S.-Mexico border, chronicling the tragic killing of 18-year-old American high school student by a team of U.S. Marines.

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Before Homosexuals

Emmy Award-winner John Scagliotti, the executive producer of Before Stonewall, guides us in a wondrous tour of erotic history, poetry and visual art in his new documentary on same-sex desire from ancient times to Victorian crimes.

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Before Stonewall (Newly Restored)

Newly restored for the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, Before Stonewall pries open the closet door, setting free the dramatic story of survival, love, persecution and resistance experienced by LGBT Americans since the early 1900's.

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The Bridge Master's Daughter

In the remote Andean highlands of Peru, the Bridge Master cares for the woven footbridge that has stretched over the gorge for hundreds of years, since the time of the Incas. But the Bridge Master is old...and his children want to migrate to the city.

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The Cellist: The Legacy of Gregor Piatigorsky

A documentary portrait of Gregor Piatigorsky, one of the 20th century's premier classical musicians, a beloved teacher, and larger-than-life personality whose story may not be familiar to audiences today.

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Chasing Portraits

Moshe Rynecki was a prolific Warsaw-based artist who painted scenes of the Polish-Jewish community until he was murdered in the Holocaust. For more than a decade his great-granddaughter has searched for his missing art.

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Colossus

Told through the eyes of 15-year-old Jamil Sunsin, Colossus is a modern-day immigrant tale of one family's desperate struggle after deportation leads to family separation, and the elusive search for the American dream.

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The Corporate Coup d'État

This investigative documentary exposes how corporations and billionaires have taken control of the American political process, and in doing so have brought economic hardship and ruin to vast swaths of the country.

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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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The First Angry Man

If you ever wondered how the great ambitions of postwar America collapsed into a permanent tax revolt and the election of Trump, look no further than Howard Jarvis, whose 1978 California ballot initiative, Proposition 13, changed everything.

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Graves Without a Name

In this profoundly moving follow-up to his Oscar-nominated film The Missing Picture, Rithy Panh continues his personal and spiritual exploration of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge era.

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Guilty Until Proven Guilty

Imagine you're in jail awaiting trial for a crime you didn't commit: do you accept a plea bargain of seven years or risk a sentence of life in jail? In Louisiana's criminal justice system, the choice isn't easy - especially if you're black.

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The Hog Farm Movie

In the summer of '68 a motley group of artists, musicians and assorted freaks living on a SoCal hog farm launched themselves on a psychedelic road trip across America, set to music by The Grateful Dead and more. 50 years later the film of their trip is digitally restored.

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In Full Bloom: Transcending Gender

In Full Bloom follows the courageous journey of thirteen transgender and two gay actors as they transform their lives through the use of monologue, dialogue and performance art while preparing for the world premiere of an original stage play.

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Invisible Hands

Shraysi Tandon's searing documentary exposes child labor and trafficking within the supply chains of the world's biggest companies: a harrowing account of children as young as 6 years old making the products we use every day.

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Montessori: Let the Child Be the Guide

Curious about the Montessori Method, filmmaker Alexandre Mourot sets his camera up in the oldest Montessori school in France (with kids from 3 to 6) and observes this child-centered educational approach for an entire year.

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Moser: Dare to Win

Moser looks back at an amazing cycling career, from humble origins to great champion, and then follows the charismatic 'campione' (now 67) over the course of a year, creating a unique portrait of the man, his family and the small town he still lives in.

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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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My Comic Shop Country

Comic book characters are box office gold, but why do comic book stores struggle to survive? In My Comic Shop Country, filmmaker Anthony Desiato sets out on a quest to explore the culture, business, and fandom of comic shops across America.

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Octav

When a man returns to his childhood villa, a familiar-looking little girl takes him on a wondrous journey back to the innocence of his early years in pre-war Romania.

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Patrimonio

A billion dollar American development is poised to engulf a small coastal community in Mexico. But local townspeople band together to battle the threat to their water, their beach and their heritage.

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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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Small Wonders

This Academy Award nominated documentary follows the story of a dedicated teacher who takes her Harlem students on a journey from beginner musicians to performing onstage at Carnegie Hall.

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Street Fighting Men

Shot over three years in the neighborhoods of Detroit, Street Fighting Men takes a deep, observational dive into the lives of three black men. What emerges is a story of hard work, faith and manhood in a community left to fend for itself.

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Tattoo Uprising

From antiquity to the present, Tattoo Uprising reveals the artistic and historical roots of today's tattoo explosion, exploring Biblical references and early Christian practices before moving on to our current day, ever-evolving use of the tattoo.

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That Way Madness Lies...

What do you do when your brother descends into a black hole of mental instability - starting with falling for a Nigerian email scam but eventually winding up involuntary committed into the hospital made famous by 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest'?

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To a More Perfect Union: U.S. v. Windsor

Offended by the government's refusal to recognize her 40+ year relationship with the love of her life because they were the same sex, Edie Windsor decided to sue the United States government - and won. Her landmark case changed the landscape for gay marriage.

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To Be of Service

From Academy Award nominated Josh Aronson, To Be Of Service is a documentary about veterans suffering from PTSD who are paired with a service dog to help them regain their lives.

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To the Extreme

Extreme sports embody a peculiar space within our culture. What was once just for a select, elite few has become almost common-place. What has caused the rise of Ultra-Marathons, Wing Suit Jumping and other extreme activities?

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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.