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11 Flowers

A moving coming-of-age tale set in the final days of China's Cultural Revolution by one of China's foremost Sixth Generation directors, 11 Flowers is the story of 11-year-old Wang who lives with his family in a remote village in Guizhou province.

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After Kony: Staging Hope

After Kony: Staging Hope follows a team of actors, playwrights, and activists who use theater to help Ugandan teens share their story of resilience through a childhood filled with terror caused by Joseph Kony and the Lord's Resistance Army.

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Algorithms

In India, a group of boys dream of becoming Chess Masters, driven by a man with a vision. But this is no ordinary chess and these are no ordinary players. Algorithms is a documentary on the thriving but little known world of Blind Chess in India.

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Among the Believers

Firebrand cleric Abdul Aziz Ghazi, an ISIS supporter and Taliban ally, is waging jihad against the Pakistani government with the aim of imposing Shariah law. His primary weapon is his expanding network of Islamic seminaries for children as young as four.

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Ballet Boys

Filmed over four years, Ballet Boys follows the victories, trials, and set-backs of three friends and rising Dutch dance stars who sacrifice a normal high school experience including parties and dating for the sake of ambition and a love of dance.

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Brooklyn Castle

Brooklyn Castle tells the stories of five members of the chess team at a below-the-poverty-line inner city junior high school that has won more national championships than any other in the country.

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Extraordinary Ordinary People

Extraordinary Ordinary People is a music-fueled journey through folk and traditional arts in America. At a time when the existence of the National Endowment for the Arts has never been more threatened, Alan Govenar's documentary focuses on one of its least known and most enduring programs: the National Heritage Fellowship, awarded annually since 1982.

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God Loves Uganda

Academy Award-winning filmmaker Roger Ross Williams explores the role of the American Evangelical movement in fueling Uganda's terrifying turn towards biblical law and the proposed death penalty for homosexuality.

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Harper Lee: From Mockingbird to Watchman

In this update of her 2011 documentary, filmmaker Mary McDonagh Murphy sifts through the facts and speculation surrounding Lee and both her novels. Includes interviews with Lee's older sister, close friends and admirers, from Oprah Winfrey to Wally Lamb.

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I Can Be President

What would it be like to grow up and become president of the United States? In I Can Be President: A Kid's-Eye View, a diverse group of children candidly share their thoughts on the subject, affirming the importance of having dreams at any age.

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PS Dance!: Dance Education in Public Schools

Narrated by Paula Zahn, PS Dance! captures what happens when students at five NYC public schools add dance to their daily studies. The journey is one of imagination, curiosity, hard work and discipline.

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Sex Trade, The

Part investigative report and part editorial, The Sex Trade is a behind-the-scenes analysis of a rapidly growing business featuring incisive comments from experts and enlightening interviews with current and former sex workers.

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Sex(ed)

Sex(ed) captures the humor, shock and vulnerability people face when learning about sex, through the lens of the often hilarious, only sometimes informative, sex-ed films from 1910 to the present day.

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Talent Has Hunger

Filmed over 7 years, Talent Has Hunger is an inspiring film about the power of music to consume, enhance, and propel lives. It focuses on master cello teacher Paul Katz and the challenges of guiding gifted young people through the struggles of mastering the instrument.

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You Don't Need Feet to Dance

This documentary reveals the extraordinary life of Sidiki Conde, who lost the use of his legs to polio at age fourteen. Today, he balances his career as a performing artist with the almost insurmountable obstacles of life in New York City.

  American Teacher- While research proves that teachers are the most important school factor in a child's success, American Teacher reveals the frustrations facing today's educators.

Brooklyn Castle- Brooklyn Castle tells the stories of five members of the chess team at a below-the-poverty-line inner city junior high school that has won more national championships than any other in the country.

Hey, Boo- Hey, Boo: Harper Lee & To Kill a Mockingbird chronicles how the beloved novel came to be written, the context and history of the Deep South where it is set, and the social change it inspired after its publication.  The film also offers an unprecedented peek into the life of author Harper Lee.

InRealLife- InRealLife asks what exactly is the internet and what is it doing to our children? Taking us on a journey from the bedrooms of teenagers to Silicon Valley, filmmaker Beeban Kidron's film asks if we can afford to stand by while our children, trapped in their 24/7 connectivity, are being outsourced to the net?

Kings of Pastry- Filmmakers D A Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus secured exclusive access to shoot this epic, never-before-filmed test of France’s finest artisans- the prestigious Meilleurs Ouvriers de France competition. The film captures the high-stakes drama of the competition in the quest to become one of the Kings of Pastry.

Please Vote For Me- Chronicling a public school's first open elections in a third-grade class at an elementary school in central China, Please Vote for Me is a witty, engaging macro-lens view of human nature, China's one-child policy and the democratic electoral process.

Pressure Cooker- Wilma Stephenson runs an infamous Culinary Arts “boot camp” for students at Frankford High School in Philadelphia. A teacher for 40 years, Wilma can be blunt – but beneath her tough exterior is a person who cares passionately about getting the best out of her kids.

Somm- Somm is a humorous, emotional and illuminating look into the mysterious world of the Court of Master Sommeliers- one of the world's most secretive and exclusive organizations- and their intimidating Master Sommelier Exam.

Speak the Music- Robert Mann has been a vital force in the world of music for more than seventy years.  As founder and first violinist of the Julliard String Quartet, and as a soloist, composer, teacher, and conductor, Mann has brought a sense of adventure to chamber music performance, master classes, and orchestral performances worldwide.

Touch of Greatness, A- In an era when Dick, Jane, and discipline ruled America’s schools, Albert Cullum allowed Shakespeare, Sophocles, and Shaw to reign in is fifth grade public school classroom.

Tutu Much- This documentary follows nine young ballet dancers as they compete for highly-coveted spots in an intensive four-week professional ballet summer program at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School.