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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 explore 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. This documentary is an in-depth look at Debs.

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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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Before Homosexuals

John Scagliotti, executive producer of the landmark film Before Stonewall, here 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

Before Stonewall pries open the closet door, setting free the dramatic story of the sometimes horrifying public and private existences experienced by LGBT Americans since the early 1900's.

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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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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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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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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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Cuban Food Stories

Filmmaker Asori Soto returns to his homeland of Cuba to rediscover his culinary roots, embarking on a mouth-watering adventure around the island to visit regions so remote that you can only arrive by raft, horseback, or swimming.

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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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Hot to Trot

Mad Hot Ballroom meets Paris is Burning in this entertaining documentary set in the swinging world of same-sex competitive ballroom dancing.

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In the Land of Pomegranates

From the Oscar-nominated filmmaker comes this multi-layered documentary centered on a group of young people who were born into an insidious ongoing war. They are young Palestinians and Israelis invited to Germany to join a retreat called 'Vacation From War.'

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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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The Lost Village

With a provocative eye and fearless tone, The Lost Village pulls back the curtain on the greedy land grab to discover what happened to the place that gave us Dylan, Warhol, Kerouac, Hendrix, Ginsberg, Lady Gaga, Richard Pryor, Judy Collins and so many more.

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Mademoiselle Paradis

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

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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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Moynihan

Daniel Patrick Moynihan did not just live in the 20th century, he strode across it: a colossus of ideas and a man of deeds who embraced the contradictions and complexity of public policy without ever despairing of the role of government in the lives of its citizens.

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Nana

Directed by 25 year-old Serena Dykman, NANA documents her journey with her mother Alice as they retrace her grandmother's Auschwitz survival story - where she was the forced translator for the "Angel of Death," Josef Mengele.

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Olancho

Olancho is the story of a group of musicians who perform for the powerful drug cartels in Honduras. Their songs glorify the traffickers who have destroyed their country, but in a world where the cartels wield the most power, do the musicians have any other choice?

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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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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. Quiet Heroes is the story of her fight to save a maligned population everyone else seemed willing to just let die.

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Strangers on the Earth

One of Europe's most popular pilgrimages, the Camino de Santiago attracts wayfarers of all stripes to walk its ancient paths in search of meaning. One such pilgrim an American cellist who walks the Camino with his instrument, performing for fellow pilgrims along the way.

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Sunday Sessions, The

An intimate portrait of one man's struggle to reconcile his religious conviction and sexual identity. The documentary follows a gay man in his late twenties as he seeks counseling from a conversion therapist.

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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 modern day, ever-evolving use of the tattoo in the Western world.

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That Way Madness Lies

Filmmaker Sandra Luckow unflinchingly turns her camera on her own family in an effort to save her brother, whose iPhone video diary becomes an unfiltered look at the mind of a man with untreated schizophrenia as well as an indictment of the mental health system.

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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 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

When she wasn't working as a Soviet agent and recruiting spies including Kim Philby , Edith Tudor-Hart was taking photos of workers and street children in Vienna and London, documenting poverty and social deprivation.

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TVTV

Featuring Bill Murray, Hunter Thompson, Goldie Hawn, Steven Spielberg, Lily Tomlin and many more, the film is about a band of merry video makers who, in the 1970s, took the brand-new portable video camera and went out to document the world.