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Ai Weiwei: Yours Truly

Human rights become profoundly personal when Ai Weiwei, China's most famous artist, transforms Alcatraz Island prison into an astonishing expression of socially-engaged art focused on the plight of the unjustly incarcerated.

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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 the 20th Century's most famous savant.

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Anote's Ark

What if your country was swallowed by the sea? The Pacific island nation of Kiribati is one of the most remote places on the planet. Yet it is one of the first countries that must confront an existential dilemma of our time: imminent annihilation from sea-level rise.

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Back to the Fatherland

Back to the Fatherland 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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Bellingcat: Truth in a Post-Truth World

Bellingcat: Truth in a Post-Truth World takes viewers inside the secretive world of the 'citizen investigative collective' known as Bellingcat as they search for truth in our era of fake news and alternative facts.

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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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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, Elizabeth Rynecki, has searched for his missing art.

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A Chef's Voyage

A Chef's Voyage follows the celebrated American Chef David Kinch and his team from Manresa, their 3 Star Michelin restaurant in California, for a unique collaboration with three legendary French chefs at their iconic restaurants in Paris, Provence, and Marseille.

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City Dreamers

Through original interviews, archival material and stunning cinematography, filmmaker Joseph Hillel uncovers how four trailblazing women have been working, observing and thinking about the transformations shaping the city of today and tomorrow.

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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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Confucian Dream

Mijie Li's first feature (she co-produced Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert's American Factory), Confucian Dream is an observational documentary about a Chinese woman's embrace of the ancient philosophy of Confucianism and how it affects her family.

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The Corporate Coup d'État

Decades ago, U.S. democracy began selling its soul to big corporations. Their lobbyists and politicians took control in Washington, gradually undermining the will of the people. Some say the crisis predates Trump: he's a symptom, not the disease.

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The Cost of Living

Do we need a Universal Basic Income? The Cost of Living considers how the idea of a basic income could minimize poverty and alleviate the sociological toll of a growing precarious class.

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Creating a Character: The Moni Yakim Legacy

What do Jessica Chastain, Viola Davis, Patti LuPone and Alex Sharp have in common? They are but a few of the extraordinary actors who have studied under Moni Yakim at Juilliard, America's greatest performing arts school.

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F11 and Be There

A new documentary that explores American photographer Burk Uzzle. From Martin Luther King Jr. to Woodstock to America's small towns and back roads, Uzzle's iconic photographs offer a breathtaking commentary on American civil rights, race, social justice, and art.

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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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For They Know Not What They Do

From Dan Karslake, the director of the acclaimed 'For the Bible Tells Me So,' comes a follow-up to that award-winning film: a new documentary that explores the intersection of religion, sexual orientation and gender identity in current-day America.

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GLOW: A Wild Ride to Heaven

"Someone who glows so brightly is not going to grow old," Fellini once prophesied about Irene Staub, aka Lady Shiva, one of the greatest of all Swiss divas. This enchanting new documentary reveals Lady Shiva's remarkable life in the fast lane in 1960s-80s Zürich.

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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

Guilty Until Proven Guilty explores Louisiana's criminal justice system through the story of a young African-American man who, arrested in the wake of an armed robbery in New Orleans, waited 28 months for a trial for a crime he says he did not commit.

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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

'Invisible Hands' is the first feature documentary to expose child labor and trafficking within the supply chains of the world's biggest companies. It is a harrowing account of children as young as 6 years old making the products we use every day.

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Koshien: Japan's Field of Dreams

Baseball is life for the die-hard competitors in the annual Koshien, Japan's wildly popular national high school baseball tournament. But for Coach Mizutani and his players, cleaning the grounds and greeting their guests are equally important as honing their baseball skills.

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Montessori: Let The Child Be The Guide

The Montessori Method is a child-centered educational philosophy that celebrates and nurtures each child's desire to learn. Curious to see how the Method works, filmmaker Alexandre Mourot sets his camera up in the oldest Montessori school in France and observes.

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Myth of a Colorblind France

For more than a century, Black artists, authors and musicians have traveled to Paris to liberate themselves from the racism of the United States. What made these artistic innovators choose France? And to what extent was (and is) France truly colorblind?

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Patrimonio

A small Mexican beach town rises up against an American mega development that threatens their scarce water, their fragile environment and their cultural heritage.

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Seadrift

In 1979, a Vietnamese refugee shoots a white fisherman in Seadrift, TX. What began as a dispute over fishing territory erupts into violence and ignites a maelstrom of boat burnings, KKK intimidation, and other hostilities against refugees along the Gulf Coast.

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Shusenjo: Comfort Women and Japan's War on History

One of the most heated issues in Asia today is over something that occurred 80 years ago: the Japanese Imperial Army's sexual enslavement of an estimated tens of thousands of Korean women and others in military brothels during World War II.

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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 African American men. What emerges is a story of hard work, faith and manhood in a community left to fend for itself.

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Sunken Roads

Sunken Roads tells a story of inter-generational friendship, as it follows a young woman who joins eight D-Day veterans on a road trip to retrace their steps from World War II.

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To a More Perfect Union

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.

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To Be of Service

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

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A Towering Task: The Story of the Peace Corps

In 1961, JFK gave young Americans the opportunity to serve their country in a new way by forming the Peace Corps. This new documentary explores the story of the Corps - taking viewers on a journey of what it means to be a global citizen.

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Wine Crush (Vas-y Coupe!)

In this beautifully observed portrait of a family-owned vineyard in France, a motley team of laborers travels from the north to harvest grapes at a small Champagne vineyard run by an eccentric winemaker with a cult following.